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This page was updated on November 1, 2011

Adopt Sunny, November Dog of the Month!
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Sunny
Tag No: 5246
Registered Name: Bella Fine Art
Age: 9.5
Color: White/Fawn
Cat Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: Ok with greyhounds
Kid Friendly: No
Location: Bothell, WA (Foster)
Comments: Sunny has been in a home before and her previous home just absolutely loved her but she is not good with children. She is a wonderful lady and everyone just loves her; she was definitely a kennel favorite. She has plenty of spirit and is a happy, friendly soul. She is a sweetheart and just loves people and is very loving. She loves stuffed animals, being petted and cuddling. Sunny has been an only dog but does have some separation anxiety and doesn't like those loud silly noises. Sunny is not a dog that can be crated. She loves long car rides and is wonderful in the car. Sunny loves walks, but can be a challenge on leash when encountering other dogs. She is fine off leash with small dogs, but has never lived with one. Sunny would prefer a home without cats. Sunny is fine in a house with a yard, but is not a good apartment dog. We do not recommend Sunny with children or for the first time dog owner. Sunny knows several commands and will just melt your heart; what an absolute doll! Foster Home Update: This sweet, bunny soft girl just wants to love and be loved. Sunny likes her space (for food and beds) and learned the routine here quickly. Doggy door, no problem. She stays off the furniture (unlike everyone else in the house). She would probably prefer a quiet home with one other fur kid. Sunny is so sweet and eager to please and just wants to be loved. We went for a walk yesterday and she was fantastic. With minimal direction, she stayed right by my side with a loose leash. Also minimal coaching to ignore distractions like horses (eek, what a funny looking dog) or barking dogs. She would be happiest in a quiet home by herself or with one other fur kid.


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