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Honey

Honey

GenderFemale
AgeAdult
BreedUnknown
LocationShelburne, VT
StatusPending Adoption

Honey is 5 years old (approx. DOB 8-14-14), female, 42 lbs., vetted, is or will be spayed, and micro-chipped. Honey was 911 urgent at the shelter with no time left; she was next on the list…………we were asked if we could be her rescue and we gladly accepted to save her life. In her SC foster home Honey is good with other dogs, good with kids, has not shown a prey drive (may be ok with cats), has low to medium energy, is crate trained but however is free to roam the house, and is rarely vocal. She’s a quieter girl with occasional bursts of energy. Honey is dog friendly; she does not however like a dominate dog trying to boss her around. Honey redirects quickly when you call her name. She rides very well in the car and is good in a crate with no fuss………..Honey is a pretty easy girl!

From her VT foster: Honey is good with other dogs, good with kids, crate trained, likes to ride in the car, potty trained, quieter girl, and has low-medium energy. She chases her toys but doesn’t know to bring them back. She has a very calm energy but gets excited during walks (especially after she goes potty)

Honey knows Come, Stay, and Sit. Honey is very affectionate and a great snuggle bug. She is very easy going and laid back. She just wants to be with her people. She is happy to go outside and play, go for a walk, or just be on the couch as long as she is with you. She is eager to please and just needs to be taught about the world. Honey has come so far just in the week and a half we have had her. She just needs some TLC and a person to call her own. She has so much to offer and is so easy going and laid back. She is great in the car, great at getting baths, so tolerant at the vets and gentle with food. When I leave for work, Honey is put in her crate with frozen peanut butter Kong. When I am only going to be gone for short periods of time ( hour or so) I leave her out. She is not destructive or messy. They (the dogs) share space well within the house. Honey, however, struggles to share attention with him and will cut him off from us when he attempts to approach us. She is easily redirected from this behavior. Honey also struggles to share toys with him and will growl and push him away (toy snob).

If you are interested in adopting Honey please fill out an Application.

Please note Fosters have 1st option of Adoption.

  • Friendly
  • I Like Kids
  • I'm Good With Cats
  • I'm Good With Other Dogs