Bonnie is a very smart girl. She has been getting training from Jame with Lewis and Clark Canine Coaching and the trainer said she's extremely intelligent. She learns things amazingly quickly.
Bonnie hasn't had the best of life before. If she could speak we could know for sure the cruelties she endured but instead we have to kind of guess based on her actions and the scars she carries. Bonnie's ears look like they were cut. They are not even...it looks like someone used hand scissors and cut around her ear at one time. We have no way to know if that is what happened, or if it was frost bite? or who knows. But she has a lot of trust issues and will roll over if you reach for her collar. She doesn't just roll over, she goes into a fetal position, tucks all her legs up and tries to make her self as small as possible. She is looking for a home willing to help her overcome her past and become the super smart and loyal pet we know she is. Bonnie is GREAT with other dogs and absolutely LOVES to wrestle with other dogs. She also loves loves loves water and thinks a hose and baby pool is the best thing ever.
Can you give Bonnie a home for the holidays?? If not...can you please share this posting?? Let's find Bonnie the home she totally deserves.
Her adoption fee is half priced this month AND she comes with 3 months of free daycare at A Dog's Fun Playce in Kansas City!
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