She is so happy go lucky and friendly it is simply insane to me that no one has given this girl a chance. Her mother was a Pointer and we were told dad was a boxer/bulldog. Both dumped at the shelter with the pups.
Bunny is full of love. Bunny loves everyone she meets. She loves toys and plays fetch. She gets along well with all the dogs at the kennel house, no matter what size or sex. Unfortunately, we currently have a group of dogs who don't like her for some reason. So Bunny has been spending her days in her crate, bored. She goes outside to potty and we play fetch everyday but most of the time she sleeps alone up in her crate. She can't come down and play in the general population b/c of these dogs. I swear it feels like high school some days!
She is housebroken, crate trained and just a big cuddle muffin. She does have alot of pend up happy energy. She bounces and wiggles tons when you giv eher love and attention but a good toy or bone and she settles right down. All she wants is to be loved and she begs everyone single person who will love on her at adoptions to take her home.
Bunny is good with kids but might accidentally knock over small ones with her wiggle butt. She is very curious about cats but if in a home with cats that are used to dogs, she would do just fine. She is scared of the neighbors cat (most animals are! LOL)
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