Bonnet

Bonnet
Status: Adopted
Type: Dog
Breed(s): Staffy mix
Size: Medium (21-45 Pounds)
Age: Baby (Under 1 year)
Gender: Female
Hair: None
Colors: Black & White
Pattern: Patches
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    Zoi_Bonnet_18DEC2013UPDATE FROM HER FOSTER: Bonnet is a perfect puppy. She has house trained more quickly than any other puppy I’ve fostered. She loves people and really tries to please. She adores other dogs and greets them well and is respectful if they don’t wish to play with her. She enjoys playing games with her humans. Fetch and tug of war are some favorites, but any toy, including paper bags, delight her.

    Like most puppies, Bonnet still sleeps a lot. Given a nice, long walk in the morning, she will find a spot with a sunbeam and snooze much of the day away. If she can lay outside on the doorstep, she is even happier. By around 3:00 pm, she’s ready for more vigorous play.

    Bonnet is quiet, not a barker. Yes, she’ll bark when she plays, but is quiet in her crate throughout the night. She has the most adorable, soft grunt/whimper to let you know she missed you!

    Bonnet would fit in with just about any family, especially if she won’t be left alone for more than 3 hours at a time. She would be a good choice if you’re looking for a second dog and even better if you have even a small yard. Bonnet is a fun and happy companion who has slid easily into our lives; we are delighted to care for her until she finds her perfect forever home. Is it with you? Come and meet her at a scheduled adoption.

    No bees here! This playful pup is only 3 months old and seriously, could she be cuter–those ears?!

    6 comments on “Bonnet

    • Debbie Ford says:

      Bonnet is a perfect puppy. She has house trained more quickly than any other puppy I’ve fostered. She loves people and really tries to please. She adores other dogs and greets them well and is respectful if they don’t wish to play with her. She enjoys playing games with her humans. Fetch and tug of war are some favorites, but any toy, including paper bags, delight her.

      Like most puppies, Bonnet still sleeps a lot. Given a nice, long walk in the morning, she will find a spot with a sunbeam and snooze much of the day away. If she can lay outside on the doorstep, she is even happier. By around 3:00 pm, she’s ready for more vigorous play.

      Bonnet is quiet, not a barker. Yes, she’ll bark when she plays, but is quiet in her crate throughout the night. She has the most adorable, soft grunt/whimper to let you know she missed you!

      Bonnet would fit in with just about any family, especially if she won’t be left alone for more than 3 hours at a time. She would be a good choice if you’re looking for a second dog and even better if you have even a small yard. Bonnet is a fun and happy companion who has slid easily into our lives; we are delighted to care for her until she finds her perfect forever home. Is it with you? Come and meet her at a scheduled adoption.

    • sandy marsh says:

      Would love to view/see Bonnet. Will she be on Main St. in Santa Monica tomorrow (11/24)?

    • Krissy Goodman says:

      Hi Sandy:

      Yes Bonnet will be at the Nov. 24th adoption on Main Street, she is an amazing pup!

    • Vanessa & Thomas says:

      Hi! We filled out the application but haven’t received a response. We would like to meet her. We have plenty of yard, love and caring.

      Vanessa

    • Krissy Goodman says:

      Bonnet will be at our Sunday adoption on Main Street in Santa Monica this weekend!

    • Rachel Duron says:

      Hi I am looking for a puppy to adopt. She is so beautiful! I’d love to meet her

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