This dog has found a new home and is no longer looking.

Bonnie (All Animals Rescue and Rehome, fostered Essex)

19/3/19 – Fabulous news for snuggly Bonnie – she has found a new home!
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This is beautiful Bonnie, a very small, traditional Staffordshire Bull Terrier who just wants to snuggle with you. Bonnie has come into the care of All Animals Rescue and Rehome in Essex when her family of 15 years were made homeless and felt they would have to put her to sleep. The vet, however, decided that this beauty had plenty of life and love left in her.

Initially, Bonnie didn’t stop crying and was utterly heartbroken, but she snapped out of it and is the best little dog ever. She is a little fatty and clearly well-loved who just needs to find someone to share all her love with.

Bonnie is without a doubt the sweetest little girl of 15 years old. She is not giddy or bouncy, she is very happy to plod around and loves sleeping on her bed. She is perfectly clean in the house, is not destructive and can be left for short periods without any problems. She walks well on the lead and is an absolute pleasure in every way.

Bonnie is fine with other dogs and is currently being fostered with 10 other dogs of all shapes and sizes and loves them all. She is also fine with children. She is not cat tested but it shouldn’t be a problem as she doesn’t have a bad bone in her body. She is okay with rabbits and birds also.

Bonnie just wants to curl up in comfort and sleep. She is a very undemanding little girl who would make a fantastic addition to any home. She is the sweetest, most adorable little snuggle bug you will ever meet and only wants to curl up with you for cuddles. All the love you give will be returned tenfold. Bonnie is spayed, microchipped and flea/worm treated.
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If you have room in your home and heart for beautiful Bonnie, please contact All Animals Rescue and Rehome as follows:

Email: animalrescueandrehome@hotmail.co.uk

Please mention that you saw Bonnie on the Oldies Club website.


Rehomed This dog has found a new home and is no longer looking.