This little gal is Noni, a 14-month-old English Bulldog/Boxer mix who weighs about 50 pounds. Noni is energetic, playful, and very friendly. Her big doggy smile will charm you the minute you meet her! She's great with other dogs and loves to wrestle with her foster family's pups. Noni has recovered from successful surgery to repair a congenital urinary tract problem. She is healthy and happy and ready for her forever home.
Noni's foster dad had this to say about her:
"Our family has fostered an ark full of dogs for Wish Bone, but then along came Noni. Noni came to us as a special case with special medical needs that have been corrected with some surgeries. We never thought we would fall for this goofy dog that we sometimes call Scrappy Doo. There is nothing like looking across the living room into the kitchen and seeing her big head sticking up over the counter.
Noni loves to play. She loves her toys and will chew on them for hours on end. She has an ornery streak and looks at you sideways with that bulldog/boxer look warning you she's about to get crazy. She loves to play with our other dogs and they run and chase each other all over the yard. She has been learning what to do from our other dogs, when to go outside, when to go for food, etc. She loves to snuggle at night and is like a soft little pillow that sleeps with you.
Noni does not know a stranger, but she will alert you if someone is coming around in the house. She does well in a crate when we are not home."
Her minimum adoption fee is $295 plus a $10 fee for rabies registration with McLean County Animal Control.
She has been spayed, microchipped, vaccinated, heartworm checked, dewormed, and is on flea and heartworm preventatives.
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