Bonnie Van der Velden is checking out her new home
Breed: Female Wolfhound x
Weight: 47 kgs
Bonnie is your typical wolfhound - sometimes lazy, gentle and very affectionate. She is mostly placid and loves to follow you around the house. She comes over for a pat and wants to be next to you but is not overbearing, sometimes she will just get on her bed and curl up and sleep. Bonnie is great with people, she greets strangers on her walk with friendliness and confidence. She gets along with the male Ridgeback / Lab she shares her foster home with and we are in the process of testing how she behaves around smaller dogs.
Bonnie walks well on lead but if she sees something of interest she will stop suddenly to investigate. She can be persuaded to leave it and keep walking. Bonnie is house trained and can "sit", "drop" and "stay" however there are occasions when she doesn't follow command.
Ideally, her new home would be with a person or people who are around most of the time. An adult home or family with older children would be best, just due to her size. Bonnie loves people and all she wants is to be with you as you go about your day. Exercise is an important part of Bonnie's world. She gets to stretch her joints and be provided with mental stimulation which keeps her content with the world.
Bonnie will be a wonderful companion. We think she is amazing and we know you will too!
Bonnie is not tested with cats.
Location Clifton Hill
Microchip Number: 953010002231085
Source Number: RE120211
All our dogs are desexed, C5 vaccinated with intranasal, microchipped, wormed, fleatreated and if over 12 months heartworm tested.
Adoption Fee: $850
If you would like to give Bonnie Van der Velden a new home please download the application form.
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Please note: we do not rehome interstate or to applicants under 25.
It is our policy not to rehome dogs in the Sunraysia area. Please go to your local pound, or contact your local group. As rescue groups have transported thousands of homeless dogs from Mildura and Sunraysia Pounds in the last decade, we do not intend to send any back there.