Bunky needs a new home by October 24. He’s a large handsome softie who is mix of German Shorthaired Pointer and Golden Retriever (he was DNA tested). He’s a fence jumper; his family cannot keep him safe and contained. Bunky loves running and going to the beach. He was raised with cats, birds, and rabbits – he smells and licks them. Bunky loves kids too – he gets overexcited so supervision is best – he’s not always aware of his size! His favorite things include baths, getting blow-dried, playing with other dogs, cuddling with his humans, and car rides.
The details: almost 7 years old (born Dec 7, 2014), neutered, 95 pounds, house-trained, crate-trained, up-to-date on vaccinations, good health, will come with vet records, on heartworm preventative, microchipped, knows basic obedience cues, walks perfectly on leash. When home alone, a crate is best so he doesn’t get into things.
If you’ve been looking for a really friendly and gentle dog that gets along with cats and kittens, kids, dogs, rabbits, birds and hamsters, and you’ve got a secure yard to contain him, Bunky could be the one for you!
For more information, please contact Ana at Froggie13.firstname.lastname@example.org. Rehoming fee is $200 which will be donated to rescue.
|Current Weight||95 lbs|
|Good with other dogs?||Yes|
|Good with cats?||Yes|
|Good with kids?||Yes|
|Other Notes||Needs a secure yard - can jump 6 foot fence|
Bunky is located in San Jose, CA
You do not need to fill out our adoption questionnaire since this dog is not in our foster program and you will be working directly with the owner.
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