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Adopt a pet: happy-go-lucky Hunni

RSPCA Bundaberg
This beautiful girl just wants what every dog wants: a safe and comfortable home where she can be loved.

Hunni is a happy-go-lucky Australian Bulldog / Rhodesian Ridgeback mix, who is available for adoption at Bundaberg RSPCA.

This beautiful girl just wants what every dog wants: a safe and comfortable home where she can be loved.

Hunni loves human company and doesn't enjoy being left alone, so she would suit a home where there is someone there with her most of the time.

She is also open to sharing her home with a canine companion – they'll just need to meet her at Bundaberg RSPCA shelter first to make sure it's a good match.

Hunni does love going for walks so an active family/person would be ideal.

She is a smart girl and enjoys chewing on kongs or even puzzles to keep her mind busy.

Because she is a big, strong bully breed, her new family would need to have a secure, fully fenced yard.

Her adoption fee includes her desexing, microchip and health check and makes sure she is up to date with vaccinations, worming and flea treatments.

If Hunni sounds like the perfect dog for you, she can be adopted from Bundaberg RSPCA for $350.

  • Breed: Australian Bulldog / Rhodesian Ridgeback mix
  • Gender: Female
  • Age: Two-years-old

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