I've known Bonnie Engleman for approximately 10 years in my capacity as an associate professor and faculty advisor to the HVCC Animal Outreach Club. The first thing one notices about Bonnie is how petite she is; but this is deceiving! She is a powerhouse in disguise: very principled, passionate and active in animal protection circles; consistent, committed, reliable, and respected. Moreover, Bonnie is a gifted communicator. I would even venture to say she has a ...
Conscientious, smart, compassionate, responsible. I've known Bonnie for years and she is mature, insightful, proactive and sincere. I would trust my babies with her, hands down.
Compassionate, Energetic, Reliable!
I have a long and extensive history with helping animals through a lot of varied, volunteer experiences. The protection of other species, both domestic and wildlife, has been close to my heart ever since, at age four, my father placed me on the back of a doe that had appeared in our garden and she allowed me to ride her while she nibbled our roses. This occurrence cemented both my love and concern, and I've ...
What Bonnie would like to know about your dog
Each dog is as individual as we are, and comes with his own preferences, behaviors, and quirks. I'll learn about these through conversation with you, and also through observation. If your dog suffers from separation anxiety, or barks robustly when there's a visitor to the house, I'd like to know. Also, what your daily routines consist of, so we can stick as closely as possible to them.
I really don't have any breed preferences - I love the variety. From the nobility of a German Shepard to the cuteness of a cockapoo, every type of dog has his charms. I do have a special spot in my heart for mixed breeds and rescues.