**Be sure to watch Bon-Bon's video below & you can see how she plays: Bon-Bon is a young 15 lb Min-Pin, as you can see is just beautiful. Her personality shines just like her eyes & her red coat! She adores her toys, loves to fetch & plays with great abandon! Most of all, when she has gotten all that running & playing out of her system -- she loves to cuddle & give gentle butterfly kisses and will find her way to your lap the instant you sit on the sofa or chair.
She is extremely intelligent, you can see her thinking --- so she has taken to basic training & walking on a leash. She will require an experienced parent with dog training skills to keep her on the right track & someone who will enjoy taking her for a quick walk around the block daily.
Bon-Bon is an alpha female so if she is to be adopted with another dog that dog must be submissive by nature. We would not put her with an older dog b/c she is young & does love to play tug-of-war as you can see in the video --- so if she is adopted with another dog it should with a dog who is young enough to “want to play” with her as long as they let her be the boss! We’re astounded how agile Bon is, she can jump straight up like 3 foot in the air as if she’s on springs.
* It is our opinion that Senior’s Citizens - anyone 62 & up -- should consider adopting senior or more mature dogs like 3 years old & up. Everyone wants pups & young dogs, but our abandoned mature & senior dogs need families who know they still have lots of love to give & deserve a chance to live out their Golden Years in a loving home.
Min Pins are not miniature Dobermans -- actually they are a much older breed than the Doberman. Nicknamed the “King of the Toys,” Bon-Bon has proved to have many of the traits of her ancestors. She would prefer to be Queen of your house. Min Pin’s believe they are the center of the universe and expect everyone to cater to their whims. Bon-Bon has the same traits. She also has a unique high-step manner of walking which can be likened to a prance, and she oozes confidence.
If she sounds like the kind of dog you were hoping to adopt -- read our adoption requirements & if you can meet or exceed them you can apply to be her new parent!
As with all LnF dogs, they live in a foster home with our family, guaranteed to love people with gentle & sound dispositons, get along well with other dogs, are all fully vetted with all their necessary shots, spayed/neutered, microchipped, tested for Heartworm/Lyme, wormed, crate & house trained.
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