My name is Bunny but sometimes they call me “Baby Girl”. They named me Bunny because when I get excited or when I run after my toys, I hop like a bunny. I love to play fetch with my squeaky toys! My foster mom says I’m a good girl because I don’t wreck my toys like most dogs do. I am a pretty calm girl and like to lay around. I am happiest hanging out with you or cuddling and I am very affectionate. I do well in a fenced yard or on a tie out, I am really good in the car, I like to go camping, go for walks and play outside. I do well with kids but the real littles ones can be unusual so it may be best if I don’t have to live with the real young ones. I have a one and three-year-old that like to visit me every week and that seems ok. It would be best if I was your one and only pet because I like cats way too much and I am scared dogs will hurt me. I am crate trained, house trained, UTD on shots,fixed and I know a few basic commands. I had a rough beginning to my life but I am lucky enough to get a new beginning. I am a Heart Worm survivor and am now living healthy! If you think I would be a good fit for your home, please come meet me, you will love me for sure!!
If you would like to meet me or would like more information, please fill out an online application or contact my foster at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bunny’s History: Bunny was found wondering the streets of Detroit. The nice women that found her tried real hard to find her owners with no luck. She was very skinny and dirty when she was found. We learned that Bunny was heartworm Positive and had Demodex Mange, she has completed her treatments for both and is now heartworm free and healthy.
**There are no long term affects from having heart worm. Bunny will need to be kept on the regular heart worm preventives that all dogs take monthly
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