Jonnie in Virginia- ADOPTED!

Jonnie (now Portia) is home! She has a wonderful mom and dad who are completely head over heels in love with her. Her parents have experience with brachycephalic breeds having owned Frenchies and Pugs in the past. Portia is loving it in her new home with a fenced yard and a human bed that she can share. Way to go, Portia, on finding such a great forever home!

Hello everyone! I’m Jonnie. I’m a young 4-year-old, almost 25-pound gal who is looking to be the only gal in your life!


I do not get along with other dogs so I MUST be the only dog in the home. On walks, I ignore them, sometimes letting out a bark but I am telling you if a dog gets up in my face, I will try to attack it. I also have gotten into fights with other dogs that I lived with in the past. My foster mom thinks I have fear aggression because one time a large dog came at me causing me to be nervous and want to run the other way. I do like all humans who are 10 years old and over, though. No littles for me because when I get excited, I can get a little crazy and sometimes mouthy.


I would love to be taken on walks or even better…share couch cuddles! I am a little shy at first and will follow you wherever you go. Speaking of getting onto the couch, I am getting down the knack of using these little stairs in order to get those couch cuddles. I prefer couch cuddles following a quick walk around the block over toys.


I love LOVE. I love to get pets. I love to see where you are so you can pet me. I will give you kisses if I think you deserve them (like after you pet me).


I don’t mind my crate. I don’t even complain when I spend the night in it. Not a big fan of being picked up. I don’t mind the car though and am fine once I’m in there. I’m cautious over people, not riding in the car.


My foster mom says I’d be fine in an apartment. I AM HOUSEBROKEN! I am also great on a leash! Because leashes lead to those walks! I’d probably love to have a yard so I can chase toys too!


I probably don’t need someone home allllll day, but I likely need to have my human be able to give me a potty break mid-day.


My foster mom says I’ve come out of my shell and will be a great little girl for the right family, as long as I am the only fur child. I’m a sweet, goofy, fun-loving girl.