Positive for heartworms?: 
Extraordinary Golden Fund recipient?: 

GRR Number: 22-058

Type of Surrender: Stray from Bastrop

Status: Available

Age: 10

Weight: 75

Personality: Bonnie is a beautiful, well-behaved senior girl. All she wants is to find a wonderful family to spend the rest of her years with. She's all alone (except for her GRR foster family) after so many years of living a happy Golden life. In her foster home she is perfectly house-broken.

She hasn’t had much, if any experience with other dogs, cats, or children since being with her foster dad but surely by this time in her life she has. Bonnie is nice and calm in the car but is a handful on the leash. She pulls a lot but is far from unmanageable. She loves taking her foster dad for a walk! She’ll chase a ball but often does not bring it back. When she does, she doesn’t want to let go! My ball! But a little sweet talk can make her let go of that ball.

Her inside behavior is very good. A shredded Kleenex here and there followed by a guilty look on her sweet face. She’s been left alone for as long as 3 hours and now mischievous deeds were uncovered. Bonnie was a perfect girl. She sleeps through the night and hasn’t had to wake up foster dad during the night. Seems she has a nice, strong bladder.

She’s a stout girl, which is making grooming difficult. She has to be maneuvered around like a lump of 4-legged fur.

Overall, Bonnie is a sweet dog with a nice disposition.

Ideal Home: A forever home with a child or an elderly dog would be a nice fit for her. A semi-retired or retired 55+ couple who is home a lot with lots of time to spend with her would work well.



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