Bonesy is the sweetest guy! He came to BullsEye after he showed up on the door step of a Good Samaritan -- he was complete skin and bones and only about 30 lbs. Luckily, a foster stepped forward and we were able to pull him from animal control as soon as his stray hold was up.
Bonesy has been busy outgrowing his name -- he's now over 60 pounds! He's about 2 years old, and he's friendly, happy, wiggly, and sweet. He's super smart and eager to please... he even knows basic commands like sit and down. We have no idea how he ended up like he did, but we do know he'll never be hungry again, and he's one beautiful boy!
Here's what Bonesy's foster mama has to say:
"Bonesy is a very fast learner and is working hard on his basic commands like Sit, Down and Place. He's also working on his leash skills and learning not to try and chase chipmunks and other little creatures while out for a walk. He goes right into his crate when asked and sits and waits politely until he's told he can eat. He’s kid approved, though may be too big and exuberant for little ones, so we'd recommend kids over 5. He'd do best in a home without kitties, but he loves other dogs. He’s the gentlest treat-taker and only wants to play, cuddle, and give kisses. He is a total love bug. He also likes to watch TV."
Bonesy is available for adoption and is ready to meet potential families! If you'd like to arrange a meet and greet, please submit an application at www.BullsEyeRescue.com.
His adoption fee is $275 and requires an adoption application (bullseyerescue.com), interview and meet n greet, personal and vet references, and a home check. Due to our small size, we're unable to adopt out of state (located in Atlanta, Georgia).
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