Meet Bonnie
Animal ID 22554767 
Species Dog 
Breed Terrier, American Pit Bull/Mix 
Age 10 years 3 months 25 days 
Gender Female 
Size Large 
Color Blue/Brindle 
Spayed/Neutered  
Declawed No 
Housetrained Partially 
No Dogs  
No Cats  
Site Loving Heart Animal Shelter 
Location Shelter 
Intake Date 9/10/2020 
*Bonnie's adoption fee has been WAIVED if you are approved to adopt! Please come to the shelter and meet our sweet, ball-loving girl!*

Bonnie

Breed: American Pit Bull Terrier mix
Housetrained: Partially, will likely do well on a schedule
Good with cats: No
Good with other dogs: No
Good with children: Does best with older children
Knows: Sit, her name
Preferred home environment: Securely fenced-in yard required
Intake date/origin: April 27, 2014, found stray
Vetting: Already spayed, microchipped, and UTD on vaccines including rabies
Adoption fee: WAIVED for an approved applicant

Playful to the core, there is no doubt that Bonnie would engage in a game of fetch 24/7 if given the opportunity - but not with just any toy, of course. Bonnie's favorite toy is the good, old-fashioned tennis ball. You can often find this carefree girl blissfully rolling around on the ground with a ball in her mouth and her paws in the air. Sweet, athletic, and just a bit silly, Bonnie is ready to start a whole new game of fetch.

That is, fetching for a new home.

Unfortunately, life hasn't always been fun and games for Bonnie. In 2014, she was found as a pregnant stray. Even after her puppies were all adopted, no one came for Bonnie. Ever since then, despite our many efforts at finding her a home, no one has given Bonnie a second glimpse.

Born in 2010, Bonnie waits daily for someone to give her a chance. Having spent time in foster care a few years ago, Bonnie does have some manners as far as living in a home is concerned. She is partially housetrained and will likely do well once on a consistent schedule. Bonnie's favorite things are spending time with people, enjoying Kongs filled with peanut-butter, and playtime. During fetch, she does well if you trade one toy for another. If Bonnie wants one of her toys or treats, she can be pretty determined to get it, so a home with no young children will be best. Bonnie also has a high prey drive, so she must be the only pet and have a securely fenced-in yard.

Having spent many years in our care, Bonnie is more than ready to find her new family. Will you be the person to give Bonnie the chance she's been dreaming of? Apply to adopt her at www.lovingheartanimalshelter.org/adopt.