Hi, I'm Sonja! I'm a petite young lady who somehow wound up at a county shelter with my teeny 5-day old baby (Ranger). A kind lady felt sorry for us and pulled us out. Boy, were we lucky. I've was a great mommy and my baby found his forever home, but I'm still desperate to find mine!
I am uber-smart, active little gal who loves to play. I'm dying to have a big space or fenced yard to run in -- or maybe just an active companion who likes to run, walk, hike and stay busy. I'm super-affectionate and have been known to do somersaults in excitement to see my people. I am pretty generous with my kisses too.
I am currently living with inmates as part of the Jail Dog Program and they teach me all kinds of tricks. The guys think I'm quite the super-star! I don't need fame, but won't you consider taking me home and making me your baby?
P.S., My adopter/foster can also take me to Frogs to Dogs training and socialization classes on an unlimited basis. It's a great way for us to bond and get started on the right foot! (See frogstodogs.com -- they're the best!)
See more pictures on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RangerAndSonja
See more adorable videos at: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRwXB780KD4xSF0hmu9J9x30bzHspPvns
Age: 1-2 y/o
Weight: 40 lbs
Temperament: Sonja is great with people, but needs a good leader and to be an only pet
Training: Sonja is housetrained and crate-trained. She is currently in the 'Jail Dogs Program' learning obedience, tricks and improving her socialize skills with other dogs.
Vetting: Spayed, up-to-date on vaccines and heartworm negative
Doggie Harmony's adoption fee is $175. To ensure we're meeting both pet and adopters' needs, we ask potential adopters to complete an application and later, bring the adoptable to their home for a preliminary visit. If you would like to proceed with the application, please click Adoption Applicationnow.
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