April 3rd update on beautiful Bonnie!
Bonnie’s current Foster home cannot say enough good things about her. She is a wonderful, playful and loving little girl and she has tremendous spirit! She LOVES other dogs and people. Despite her youthful appearance, the good vets caring for her estimate that Bonnie is closer to 9 years old.
This beautiful girl was also diagnosed with Osteoarthritis and through lots of TLC in her fabulous foster home, supplements and more, Bonnie’s pain level and ability to get up and down on her own has dramatically improved! Woo Hoo! No question that the Galliprant, Dasaquin, exercise and food therapies are all making a positive impact for her! She will soon be going to another GoldHeart foster home for the next step in her rehab program, where she can get laser therapy, and that will also take her one step closer to searching for her forever home — this girl deserves the most comfortable life possible!
Bonnie came in with Clyde (GH-1026). Bonnie weighs about 62 pounds and is an international rescue and made the journey to the USA after initial vetting in Egypt, landing at JFK on the 15th of February with several other golden GoldHeart rescues. Bonnie was microchipped after arrival, picked up by her foster family and will soon be headed to the vet so that any additional needs can be addressed.
Please check back soon for updates.
Think you may be interested in Bonnie when this bio is updated that she is ready to start looking for a forever home? To inquire about Bonnie or any available Goldheart dog, you must be an approved GoldHeart adopter.
So, if you are not yet approved by Goldheart, and are in our SERVICE AREA, please complete an adoption application athttp://www.goldheart.org/adopting-a-golden/adoption-application/. There is a $30 non-refundable application fee that must be received before the approval process starts. The approval process can take several weeks since we rely on an all-volunteer support network to process your application, conduct the home visit, and check references. If approved, you can then inquire about Bonnie when this post is updated that she is looking for a forever home, and you can also inquire about any other available dog.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.