Bonnie (white) and Rosie (tan and white) are currently in a foster home. When they arrived at Danaher they were extremely scared of the kennel environment so they have been in a foster home ever since. They have been learning the ways of being in a home and their fosterer has been working super hard with them to help them feel comfortable. Bonnie and Rosie are not house trained at the moment, however it is going well. They will need a consistent routine to help them continue with their toilet training in a new home. It is clear that there is nothing these two would rather do then spend their days together! They absolutely love snoozing on the sofa together and are really needy for affection around the house. They are not used to being left for long periods of time and so would love someone around a lot of the day! Bonnie is also on a medication to help with her itchy feet so this would have to be continued in a home. These two are very energetic around the garden and will run around chasing each other! Rosie hasn’t experienced the outside world much and is not used to being out and about walking. She will need careful socialization and confidence building when leaving the house and exploring the outside world. Bonnie can be strong on the lead but is the more confident of the two. Rosie will often follow her mum for comfort. These two will need a lot of time to feel comfortable and confident. Potential adopters will have to be willing to put work in to help these two and not to expect Rosie to be able to go on long walks just yet! It is vital that potential adopters understand that these two would need a live-in dog sitter as opposed to a stay-in kennels as they really do not cope in a kennel environment. If you think you have the experience to offer these girls a forever home then please get in contact.

If you are interested in giving them a forever home together then please fill out and submit the interest form below.