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My name is Bonner!

Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium) Mix Dog for adoption in Surrey, British Columbia - Bonner
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Home at Last Dog Rescue

Facts about Bonner

  • Breed: Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium) Mix
  • Color: White - With Red, Golden, Orange Or Chestnut
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
Hello all, my name is Bonner. I am a 16 month old male Egyptian Baladi mix (which really just means local breed). I am certainly a mix of several breeds none of which are known. But what is known is that I am 100 percent adorable. I was rescued as a stray from the streets of Cairo at a very young age. I was naturally quite fearful after my rescue but the kind and gentle couple who fostered me in Cairo made me feel very secure and loved. As a result I am a very friendly and well socialized dog now. But that is just the beginning of my sterling qualities.

I am a very gentle, very good natured boy who gets along great with all the people I meet. As I am a young and energetic pup who loves to run and play, I am best suited for an active family who will take me on hikes and other adventures. Another playful dog in the home would be wonderful as well since I am great with other dogs and try to instigate play with every dog I meet. If another dog tries to dominate me, I just roll over on my back to let them know what an easy-going guy I am. When I am playing I love to hop and bounce around and will keep you laughing with my deer impression. I am unsure about cats (they are such odd little creatures) but am curious about them. It isn't known how I would react to living with one.

I still have a few fears left over from my short life as a street dog. For example I won't walk within ten feet of a car. I don't struggle, I just sit down. My foster parents have to lift me up and carry me into the car (fortunately I am not a heavy boy). Once inside the car I am very calm and relaxed and enjoy the ride. I am also afraid of metal drainage grates - who knows what terrifying creatures live down there? I used to be afraid of water - even the tiniest wave had me running away in fear. Now I will paddle out into knee deep water.

I have good recall and do well at off leash dog parks and beaches. I even know several commands now. Despite my youthful exuberance I am relaxed and well behaved inside the home. Not bad for a puppy born in the streets.

I am in excellent health, house trained, have been deticked, defleaed and dewormed, am neutered and up to date on my vaccinations. My adoption fee is $500.

About Home at Last Dog Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Home at Last Dog Rescue is a small group of volunteer animal lovers whose goal is to help homeless, neglected and abused dogs find caring and responsible homes.

Our volunteers are dedicated individuals who have joined together to form a new rescue group. We are commited to helping dogs in need and to provide them a second chance at a happy life.

Our dogs are not kept in a shelter. We depend on the support of caring and compassionate people to care for our dogs until we can find them permanent, loving homes. We provide vet care and rehabilitation to all of our dogs.

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Come Meet Our Pets...

By appointment only as the dogs are in foster homes.

Our Adoption Process...

If you are interested in adopting a rescue dog, the first step is to search through the list of our dogs currently available for adoption. All dogs remain on Adoptapet and our website (homeatlastdogrescuebc.ca) until an adoption is finalized so all dogs listed may be applied for.

Our job is to find the right home for each of our dogs. We will contact you to arrange for a home check at your convenience. Unfortunately, many of our applications are rejected, not necessarily because there is anything wrong with the home, but because it is not the right match for the dog. Following a successful home visit, we will arrange for you to meet the dog, usually in their foster home. At that time, you will decide if you would like to adopt the dog.

Before an adoption can be finalized, we will ask you to sign an adoption contract. Depending on the dog’s personality you may be asked to visit the dog once or twice before taking him or her home. This will be most common with shy, timid dogs. Outgoing and confident dogs can most often be taken home after the first meeting. Documentation for each dog will be provided upon adoption. Adopters must be ready to pick up their adopted dog home as soon as they have been approved and have agreed to adopt the dog. Home At Last Dog Rescue BC cannot hold dogs for people who have applied but are not yet ready to accept the dog into their home.

Please note: an adoption fee is required for successful applications. The adoption fee is non-refundable, even if the dog is subsequently returned. Home At Last Dog Rescue BC will always take back one of our dogs for any reason, and without question. Adoption fees for our dogs vary. The price varies based on the age and medical needs of the dog being adopted; costs are judged on a case by case basis.