Honey is a Shepherd mix who is 9 mos. old. We are not sure of the mix but are thinking she may be a Shepherd/Doberman mix or a Shepherd Hound mix. Honey is 45 lb. right now and will most likely be in the 55 lb. range. She is very smart, learns quickly and is doing well with clicker training. She is housebroken and crate trained. She loves kids but is a little too active for small ones so a home with older kids would be best. Honey needs an active family or someone who can keep her challenged. She loves to run and would make a great jogging partner. With training, she would be great in agility or as a Frisbee dog. Honey loves all toys, ropes, balls, etc. Honey has a lot of love to give and wants to find a family of her own to love.
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