January 16, 2021 – Bonnie came to AGB because she needed to be in a home without children so she could get all the attention and snuggles. Her new parents are giving her exactly that and she has adapted beautifully to her new life. She loves her home, her yard, her toys, and her long walks. She has even met her new vet and a family friend who brought her a new toy. Her mom says she is perfect for them, and it’s clear that Bonnie feels the same way.
Original Adoption Post
In Scotland – where Golden Retrievers first originated – a pretty girl is called a ‘bonny lass’. I guess that’s why they call me Bonnie. I’m a pretty girl. A lady never discloses her age but I might be somewhere around six or so but if you ask me directly, I’ll say five…or maybe even four. That’s my prerogative, hee hee. They also say I need to tell you how much I weigh. All right, 67 pounds. I’m also vaccinated, spayed, microchipped and heart worm negative. I’m in good health but I do take thyroid medicine. Of course I’m house trained. I lost my mate – my soulmate dog – a while ago and, since then, I’d rather not be around other dogs that much. I’d love to be your one and only in an adult home that doesn’t have kids. I love grown-ups! I’m having a lovely time in my foster home; they say I’m great and very lovable and sweet but I’d rather be ‘home’ for Christmas. Is anybody looking for a brown eyed ‘bonny lass’ to snuggle with near the Christmas tree? If so, than please ask about Bonnie. xox