Please note: The dogs in ODH's Final Refuge care are not adoptable due to medical reasons and all are in permanent homes. Your sponsorship supports the veterinary expenses for these dogs - and we thank you!
Bon Bon came into ODH from a shelter; she had a rough first 9 years and then her human father went to jail. She was scared and, with her terrier personality, that meant she would bite first/ask questions later. She loves people! (As long as you are not talking too loudly, passing the remote or touching each other.) Her first reaction to any action is to overreact. So, her ODH family – very experienced dog people – learned real quickly that babytalk gets you everywhere with Bon Bon. It has been a long learning process for her and her family. We have to think how we will keep her from getting hurt or cause a problem. It is a 24-hour job protecting her and not for the weak or soft hearted. Bon Bon can be the sweetest dog, she loves her daddy the very most! She is of course playful, loves to run and chase a toy, is very opinionated and voices her likes and dislikes. She loves to lay on her ODH mom’s lap, with a pillow on top of her and then the iPad. A Bon Bon sandwich. This very difficult and challenging dog is loved very much.
Bon Bon is sponsored by:
- Andrea Vos of Everett, WA (06/30/2019)
- In recognition of Ballard Animal Hospital and in memory of Juno (11/30/2019)
- Donna Taylor of Seattle, Washington in memory of “Phoebe” and “Cherie”
- Kimberly Watson of Seattle, WA In honor of Colby, who was described as being opinionated herself by some