BONNIE is a 2-1/2 year old spayed American Staffordshire Terrier / Dalmatian mix. She is a very lovable, playful and high energy girl. Bonnie loves to swim, play tug and she grab onto big, braided ropes and just hang (it is so fascinating to see her do it)! She would be good in agility activities.
BONNIE is listed as a Registered Service Animal; however, she needs to complete her obedience training and her service training to be in compliance. She would make a great Medical Assistant Companion or any other type of Service Assistant. She is undergoing training now to dismiss her tendency to jump up on people. We think it is a greeting mechanism that she used with her former owner.
BONNIE likes to chase birds and squirrels. Bonnie's behavior with cats is curiosity-- she sniffs and nudges them and when they react, she runs off! So, she would have to be tested with any house cats. Bonnie likes other dogs as long as they don't try to play rough with her. Proper introduction will be important.
BONNIE is house trained and crate trained. She loves treats and big pork bones. She has her own bed, but prefers to sleep with her human.
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