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    Bonnie

    Gorgeous Bonnie is a sweet but sensitive lady. She can be wary of new people, but when introduced in the right way and allowed to build a bond she shows her affectionate and playful side. With people she knows and trusts she will happily spring onto their lap for some fuss and attention! Bonnie has not had much exposure or socialisation so can feel worried by some aspects of life, such as meeting other dogs, and can be reactive if she feels uncomfortable. She is looking for quiet home with an experienced owner who can continue her training and socialisation so that she can develop into a well rounded confident girl.

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    Bonnie has been rehomed!

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    • Breed
    • Pomeranian crossbreed
    • Age
    • 1 years 9 months old
    • Weight
    • 3.7kg
    • Sex
    • female
    • Reason for arrival
    • No Longer Wanted
    • Can be left alone?
    • Few hours
    • Can live with dogs?
    • No
    • Can live with cats?
    • No
    • Can live with children?
    • Teenagers
    • Garden required?
    • No (but an enclosed garden would be ideal)
    • Toilet trained?
    • No
    • Travels well?
    • Yes
    • Knows basic commands?
    • Not yet
    • Friendly with strangers?
    • Nervous
    • Can live in a flat?
    • Yes (please read 'Other Notes' section below)
    • Social with dogs on walks?
    • Needs further training & socialisation
    • Needs to attend training classes?
    • 1-2-1 training with a dog trainer required
    • Owner experience?
    • Experienced owner
    • Daily exercise required?
    • 1hr controlled walk on a longline

    Other Notes

    Bonnie could live in flat, however can sometimes be vocal when left alone or when she hears noises outside so this should be taken into consideration. She could live with sensible teenagers of sixteen years of age and upwards but no visiting children. Due to her worried nature around other dogs we would prefer to find her to find a home in a rural, semi rural or low dog populated area, where she can enjoy her controlled walks on a longline without bumping into lots of other dogs. Bonnie has been neutered, microchipped, vaccinated and is up to date with flea and worm treatment. She has also been health checked and behaviourally assessed.

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