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CITY, STATE: Moody, Alabama
AGE: 7 yrs.
WEIGHT: 12 lbs.
COLOR: Chocolate and Tan Dapple
COAT: Smooth short-haired
UP TO DATE: Yes
ADOPTION FEE: $260.00
HOUSETRAINED: Making progress
CRATE TRAINED: Making progress
LEASH TRAINED: Making progress
SPECIAL NEEDS: No
HOME W/ SMALL CHILDREN: Recommend children age 10 & above
HOME W/ OTHER DOGS: MALE: Yes FEMALE: Yes
HOME W/ CATS: Minimal contact with no problems
MICROCHIP #: Pet Link 48192E548
MONTHLY HEARTWORM DATE: 30th of each month
FOSTER HOME: Rebekah Brashier, email@example.com
RESCUE #: 2016-07-26-01
A Bio Update From Bonnie:
Hi everyone, I'm Bonnie. I’ve been asked to tell you my story. I landed at AADR after a small rescue in TN took me in. They said they wanted me to go to a rescue that knew my breed. I'm not sure I know what that means, but I'm happy to be where I am.
My foster mom is always telling me what a beautiful little dapple girl I am but I am a little shy and I take a little time to warm up to folks, especially men. But I'm doing better with that! I love my foster mom and dad and like nothing better than taking a nap in one of their laps or beside them on the sofa. I don't really like being in the crate. I much prefer to be with my people or with my furry foster brother & sister!
I'm working on a leash walking skills and love playing with my stuffed toys. My foster mom took me to the doctor where they have all these different furry creatures. She said they were called cats. Well, whatever they were, I didn't seem to mind being around them. She keeps telling me about a happily ever after. She said I would one day go to a home where I would stay and be loved forever and ever. So, I'm looking for that place right now. Could my happily ever after be with you?
If you have questions or want more info just contact mom at firstname.lastname@example.org. She will be happy to tell you what a great little girl I am. I’ll be waiting!
Bonnie came to us from a small rescue in TN that wanted to put her with a rescue that knew the breed. Bonnie is timid of men but with slow movements and kind, soft words, she will let her foster mom pick her up. She is fine with all the other fosters and resident dogs in the house and will use the doggie door on her own out to a fenced in yard. She will sleep all night on the couch in her favorite spot. We do not know how Bonnie would be with cats.
Bonnie is very sweet but will need patience from whomever adopts her. Patience with her potty habits because remember each time they are moved they regress a little but as she settles in and with your help of taking her out on a regular schedule, she’ll get it. She is also used to pottying on a puppy-pad.
Our wish for Bonnie is a home with another dachshund, particularly a male dachshund and a fenced in yard and someone that either works from home or can come home half way through their shift and let her out for a potty break. We do not want her crated at night and during the day because she had enough of that when she was a breeder dog so if you work, then a gated area would be best for Bonnie.
Bonnie just had a fresh dental and lost another 11 teeth. She had also lost other teeth before she came to us so she’ll need small kibble bites.
If you adopt Bonnie and give her time, patience, and love, she’ll reward you with years of love and loyalty back!
=============== Information for all dogs/adopters ==============
If you have questions about this dog please feel free to contact the foster home at the email address listed above. They have the most up-to-date information concerning the dog and would be happy to answer any questions about the animal.
We welcome out of state and Canadian adoptions, but we will not ship any dog via cargo. You will have to make arrangements to pick up the dog or for them to go by ground transport. If you choose transporting by either volunteers through our organization or by paid transporter, there will be an additional $45 Fee added for the required Health Certificate.
We will not adopt into the state of CT, RI or MA due to strict laws regarding importation of dogs into those states. If you have an issue with this, you need to take this up with your legislatures.
We are now approved to adopt/foster in the state of NH but adopters will have to pay health certificate fee of $45.00 once to get the dog to our quarantine facility and another $50.00 fee to get the dog out of quarantine after two days.
To understand the adoption process through AADR, please visit the Adoption Information. Transportation options are outlined on that page in Step 3.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN A RESCUE.
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