I am the happiest girl in the world! I love to be other dogs and smile all day long!
Honey was pulled from the time-stamped for euthanasia list. Honey had a rough start with a horrific skin infection that is taking some time to get under control. She is on another round of medication which will hopefully help to clear it up. This could be a chronic issue for her but this does not stop this girl from being so loving and happy.
Honey's ideal adopter would be someone who has experience with dogs who have skin issues and is willing to keep her on a grain free diet. Honey currently lives in foster care with several dogs of all sizes and does amazing. There is nothing not to love about this little low rider.
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