Welcome Bonnie Belle, Tippy Tulip’s sister. These two sisters are very cute and very luck a good samarithan decided to stop for them. Let’s make sure they get the perfect home for a new start on life! The puppies are currently around 8 weeks old. FROM FOSTER MOM: On Sunday, February 24, I was driving from the farm to my house 15 miles away. There are some dumpsters where the dirt road meets the pavement. As I approached the dumpsters I saw a motionless puppy in the middle of the paved road. I pulled over, and got out of my car. I then saw more puppies running away and under an old abandoned shack across the paved road. I wrapped the lifeless puppy in a towel and put him in my car. I found no pulse. I drove to the house of the man who owns the land where the puppies were hiding out. He told me that someone had dumped the puppies there a day or two before. He gave me permission to rescue them from his property. I named the deceased puppy Eagle Scout, and gave him a proper burial. We I rescued four puppies from the shack. 3 black, 1 yellow Lab, pure or mixed. 1 male, 3 females. One male was adopted, Coal Minor, and the yellow female, Lily Magnolia, as well. I took custody of Bonnie Belle and Tippy Tulip, and surrendered ownership to LFS. The rest is “herstory.”
UPDATE FROM FOSTER MOM: My original personality description was accurate. Bonnie is a thoughtful dog, especially for her age. She always assesses a situation from a distance, and then joins in as she deems appropriate. She is not fearful or shy. Analytical would be the best word. I don’t think I’ve ever had a dog who was this intelligent in an almost human-like way. She is a very quick study, and requires minimal instruction. She is self-disciplined, and would do well in a household that is quiet, calm, gentle, refined, ordered, and intellectual. She needs a home where her intelligence and sensibilities are recognized, appreciated and valued. She is an elegant and svelte looking dog; you can tell that she is female just by her looks. She is a remarkable dog.