Bones came by her name when rescued as quite a young puppy. Her little bones were protruding from malnutrition and it was clear she'd gotten a rough start in life. But just like the television show character “Bones”, this little girl will rise far above her meager beginnings. Bones beguiling young pup, a short-haired lab mix with black and tan markings. Her precious feet are webbed, indicating a lot of lab in her background. Her long legs led the vet to suggest she possibly has a little hound in her as well.
At only about 4 months old (at the end of May) Bones is already learning crate training and is making great progress every day; but she’s still a puppy and needs to be let out and walked frequently. She will need a doggy day care, a stay at home owner, or a fenced area for now. She’s learned good leash manners, and now loves to go for a walk. Her best home for Ms. Bones would be a family labs, with puppies, and who can commit to the time and patience this sweetheart needs to complete her “adult dog” training. This loves to be held and have her tummy rubbed. She’s eager to be a lap dog. Her smarts, along with her, sweet, gentle personality will mean that the right family will be blessed with a wonderful life-long partner.
If you feel your home might be the right place for such a great dog - the place to start is with the adoption application found at www.dfwrescueme.org/adopt. Once submitted, the foster will contact you promptly to tell you more and to arrange a time to meet!
The adoption fee for all of our dogs is $250.00, which includes their vaccinations and spay/neuter.
Bpnes is participating in the DFW Rescue Me Guest Dog Program, so ongoing care and custody are provided by their foster, not by DFWRM.
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