Bunny has been with us for 4 years. Prior to that Bunny was with another owner for 4 years so that makes him about 8 years old. He is 13 lbs (little guy) and requires a skilled owner. Bunny has a nervous demeanor and pees frequently so he requires someone who is home a lot. A retired person or couple would be the ideal adopter for Bunny. He is a nervous dog but means well. We love Bunny. But now we have a 2 year old and a 1 year old. We traveled recently and Bunny did get spooked and nipped the babysitter. We are afraid the kids will spool him and he also requires a lot of attention as well. And with the kids it is not fair to Bunny either. We elected to do home to home because we could not imagine Bunny in a shelter. It is not a dire situation but we need to find the right home for both us and Bunny. Someone with a big heart that likes small (at times yappy) dogs that can give bunny the attention he needs. Needs experience with small, nervous dogs. Does not need to be walked a lot. Only likes being outside when we are all outside. Does not do great on walks. Will bark at mostly every dog. But Bunny has a very loving heart and this is difficult. We have had Bunny 4 years and do the best we can for Bunny so its been a nice situation and Bunny feels love and gives love as well. The right person or people will flourish with Bunny.
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The Humane Society of the Treasure Coast is an open access Humane Society available to Martin County residents. Residents from other counties are welcome use the Home To Home platform hosted by the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast and should access other resources in their communities for their rehoming/foster needs in addition to using Home To Home. Dogs, cats, and rabbits rehomed through Home To Home may be eligible for spay or neuter services through HSTC. Please contact HSTC at 772-600-2303 once rehoming is complete to take advantage of this offer.