Introducing the one and only, Bunny!
Prepare to be smitten by this four-legged dynamo. Bunny’s captivating, ocean-blue eyes are like a portal to another world. And guess what? Her sleek black ears double as radar when she’s in full-on zoom mode chasing after balls!
Bunny’s zest for life is off the charts especially when she’s on a never-ending quest for the perfect fetch. She’s so eager that she’ll drop her toy right in your lap, ensuring you never miss a chance to play with her. Even as she gracefully enters her golden years.
Bunny is all about her humans, but when it comes to furry friends, she’s a bit of a solo act. Other dogs? Not really her cup of tea. She’s at her best when she’s the #1 snuggle buddy in the house.
Bunny’s got a unique sense of personal space and is looking for a gentle, respectful person in her life who is willing to work within her boundaries and help her build trust and confidence through happy interactions.
Bunny’s ideal home is like a loving place with lots of fun and games. She would love a ball throwing savvy household with folks committed to providing her with plenty of mental stimulation as well.
Since she loves fetch so much, and isn’t the biggest fan of sharing in the fun, she would benefit from a fenced yard, one that’s her very own playground to let loose and run wild.
In a nutshell, Bunny is a loyal, ball-crazy Border Collie with her own unique quirks that make her all that much more lovable. With a little patience, a lot of love, and a dash of guidance, she’ll be your ultimate sidekick. If you’re ready for a lifetime of Bunny cuddles, consider adopting her and giving her the forever home she deserves.
Ready to make Bunny a part of your family? Take the plunge and fill out an online application at this link:
Or call/drop by the Shuswap Center for more information.
Please note Bunny is in foster, and not in shelter. To schedule a meet and greet, please fill out an application and get in contact with us.
Don’t wait any longer, start your grand adventure with Bunny!
- Days in care: 107
- Approximate age: 8 years old
- Pet Type: Dog
- Breed: Border Collie
- Colour: White / Black
- Approximate Size: Medium
- Weight: 28.1 kg
- Sex: Female
- Location: BC SPCA Shuswap Branch, Salmon Arm B.C.
- Animal ID: 577354
- Spay or neuter surgery is included with the adoption of all dogs, cats and rabbits.
- Adoption fees
CompatibilityImportant: The history and compatibility of an animal is not always known. If certain compatibility criteria have been identified, they will be listed here or in the animal's description.
- Indoor / Outdoor
- House Trained
- No Dogs
- No Small Children
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