She is a little ball of muscle and not afraid to give something a go from running and tackling her mate Locki to the ground even though she walks under him.
The Scottish meaning of Bonnie is “attractive or beautiful – a bonnie lass”.
Her playfulness with Locki is an absolute joy to watch. They chase each other and when she gets that twinkle in her eye; look out Locki she is coming and the chase is on. With one leap Locki is over her and gone. Her agility is incredible as she out runs him just as quick as he leaps over her. She is affectionately known as wheels due to the strength of her muscle-bound rear end.
Our Bonnie lass is a spirited gal who loves to please and give us cuddles though will not lick you. In fact, at meals times she is already sitting in her spot, waiting for the cuddle and her dinner to be served. This act has now rubbed off on Angus because he is doing exactly the same.
Our next mating will be with Argos and I’m very excited about producing some brindle puppies. Bonnie will be resting for a season as her last big litter of 13 puppies really took it out of her and I need her in top condition before mating her again.
She deserves a good rest.
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