• Age: 2 Years

  • Size: Medium

  • Sex: Female

  • Can be homed with other dogs?: Yes

  • Can be homed with cats?: Not tested but can be

  • Can be homed with kids?: 13+

  • Current location: Romania

  • Ready to travel in: Now

  • Spayed or neutered: Yes

  • Immunisation and Medicals

  • Fully vaccinated, flea and wormed, microchipped, pet passport. OVER 12 months 4dx tested. Under 12 months tested for brucellosis.

  • Get to know

    Introducing you to our timid sweetheart💕

    💖Name: Bonita
    🎂Age: 2 Years
    💜Gender: Female
    📏Size: Medium approximately 22kg
    🐶Breed: Mixed
    🌏Location: Romania

    Bonita’s story📖
    She was abandoned on the streets of Romania with her siblings as a little pup and has grew up at the shelter.

    Bonita’s Personality💎
    She is a sweet natured and calm girl but is very shy and will need time and lots of love to trust her new family and learn that she is safe and loved.

    Bonita’s Compatibility🐶🐱👧🏻
    She would really benefit from having another dog in the home who can show her the ropes and bring her confidence out, she can live with children 13+ who understand to give her all the time and space she needs, she hasn’t met cats before but she can be tested if needed, she also needs a home with direct access to a garden so she can have some outside time as she is too nervous for walks.

    Bonita’s health information🏥
    She has had a full health check, her vaccinations, a microchip, she’s been spayed, treated for fleas and worms and have undergone brucellosis and 4DX testing to make sure she is a very healthy girl.

    She is currently based in Romania but can get on the happy bus and travel to her new home address in the uk, on approved pet transport through the euro tunnel.

    How do you adopt Bonita?🌈
    If you have time and a lot of love to give to help this beautiful girl thrive then please message me Hannah Roper and I will be happy to talk you through the adoption process.

    Application form and home check apply and full rescue back up is provided by The Paw Project UK🇬🇧

    Adopt this dog!