Shelter Pet of the Week: Meet Bonita

Pets & Animal, Community, Charity & Cause

Bonita is a young mutt from Save-a-Pet who was rescued as a puppy from a high kill rate shelter who has been repeatedly overlooked, and ...

Bonita is a three year old pit bull mix at Save-a-Pet Animal Rescue and Adoption Center who had a tough start at life, but is looking forward to becoming part of a forever home that will promise her hours of play and a warm bed.

When Bonita was a puppy, she was brought to a high-kill shelter – shelters which receive so many animals that they frequently euthanize healthy dogs and cats, often through outdated and inhumane measures like using a gas chamber.  Fortunately, she was rescued by Save-a-Pet, and though the staff and volunteers love her, they agree that she has been at the shelter far too long.

Bonita is a very happy dog who loves to go for walks and jogs, and she is a favorite among the volunteers who walk dogs at the shelter.  She dreams of being with a family that would have a yard for her to exercise in, and an owner who would take her as company on their jogging route around the neighborhood.

Bonita would do best in a home with older children with her to romp with, and to also teach her new commands.  She truly loves being with people, and she deserves to finally have a family that will take her in and give her a lifetime of affection.

This young girl is already housetrained, spayed, and up-to-date with all of her routine shots.

If you are interested in adopting Bonita or another dog or cat at Save-a-Pet Animal Rescue, call (631) 473-6333, or fill out their online application.

Be Sure to Check Back Each Thursday for Our Newest Adoptable Pet of the Week!

[Source: Save-a-Pet Animal Rescue]

Work with a Shelter? Interested in Featuring a Furry Friend? Email Us for More Info!

comments powered by Disqus

Join Our Weekly Newsletter

Sign up for a free weekly newsletter covering things to do, hottest local headlines, and everything Long Island! Read more here or enter your email to signup.

     Newsletter Archive
Advertise With Us
Open Feedback Dialog