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2007 Rescue Kerry Placement: Bonnie

 

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Bonnie, 1-year-old female fostered in Denver, CO 

Rescue Coordinator: Mimi Karsh

A wonderful 1-year-old spayed Kerry girl named Bonnie is looking for a forever home where she can give all of her love and devotion. Bonnie was 4 months old when she was purchased on a whim from a Northern Colorado pet store. She lived for 8 months with a family with 4 children under 6 years of age, 2 other dogs, and 3 cats. She got along well with all two and four legged members of the family, but as she grew, her Kerry exuberance and desire to play was just too much for such small children. The adults in the home had no time to give her the training and attention that they knew she needed, and surrendered her to the Kerry Blue Terrier Foundation. thus giving her the chance to have the love and attention she deserves.

Bonnie is in foster care with another Kerry girl and has adjusted well. She's eagerly met many new people and dogs in her walks and PetsMart shopping trips, and greets all she meets with tail wags and lots of kisses. At her visit to the veterinarian, she charmed everyone and her check-up showed her to be in excellent health. It won't be long before her coat grows out from a very bad Schnauzer trim, and she can show off her beautiful soft Kerry coat and and lovely color.

This sweet girl would do well in an active household with another dog (preferably a male), children older than 6, and in a family where an adult is home during the day to give her the exercise, training, and attention she never had. She needs a fenced back yard, daily walks for exercise, mental stimulation, and socialization, and someone to love.

Bonnie is in foster care with another Kerry girl and has adjusted well. She's eagerly met many new people and dogs in her walks and PetsMart shopping trips, and greets all she meets with tail wags and lots of kisses. At her visit to the veterinarian, she charmed everyone and her check-up showed her to be in excellent health. It won't be long before her coat grows out from a very bad Schnauzer trim, and she can show off her beautiful soft Kerry coat and and lovely color.

This sweet girl would do well in an active household with another dog (preferably a male), children older than 6, and in a family where an adult is home during the day to give her the exercise, training, and attention she never had. She needs a fenced back yard, daily walks for exercise, mental stimulation, and socialization, and someone to love

 

12-Mar-07

    

 

 

 

 

 

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