Nonni Bun

Accepting Applications


More photos of me can be found here.


Nonni Bun   |   Female   |   Mixed Breed   |  

Rescue Story:

I came to Zoe's because I had an injury to my leg from possibly being hit by a car. The kind people with Zoe's help fix me up and now I am ready for adoption.

Date of Birth: May 2023 (approx)

Energy Level: High - I am full of fun puppy energy!

Size (adult): Medium (approx 40 lbs)

Adoption Fee: $450

Good with Dogs? Unknown
With proper introductions/supervision, I should do fine with other dogs.
Good with Cats? Unknown
I haven't met any cats yet.
Good with Kids? Yes
With proper introductions, and respectful playing, I should do fine with older kids. I am unaware of my size and still a bit clumsy

Critter Twitter:

Hi! My name is Nonni. I am told I've got personality, a little goofy, a little sassy and full adorkable.😊I enjoy playing with my toys. I can be a bit rough on them so need sturdy, tuff toys that can stand up this power chewer. I love getting attention and being near my person. I am also an amazing cuddler. I can already see it, cuddled up on the couch with my new family after a good walk, while they are watching a show or reading a good book. I am a fantastic eater. I eat all sorts of good stuff like broccoli, carrots, apples & sweet potatoes. I also love good chew, like bully sticks etc. I need tons of enrichment, especially now as I am recovering from my injury. Thinks like snuffle mats, stuffed Kongs, puzzle toys etc. If you think I might fit perfectly into your family, please put in an application for me. I can hardly wait to meet you.

About my Behaviour:

I am house trained; I will go to the door to let you know I need to go out. I am also crate trained. I will settle after a few minutes and go to sleep in my crate. I am learning not to be mouthy with hands and that is what toys are for. I love interacting with my people and will try to get your attention by being vocal.

How’s my Health?

I am spayed and up to date on my vaccinations, dewormed and microchipped. I will need easy short walks to start with, to help build muscle back up on my injured leg. Gentle leg and hip massages seem to help as well if I am stiff. An Orthopedic dog bed will help to ease the pressure.

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