We brought her into our rescue and she now is on a diet of Royal Canin Medium Breed food mixed with squash or canned dog food. She has learned to sleep and eat in an extra large crate.
Honey loves to play with other socialized dogs. She loves the outdoors and plays in the yard a lot. She will bark if she smells a squirrel or cat outside of the yard. She will alert you if the doorbell rings as well.
Honey is no longer timid and has made great strides since arriving in Barks and Meows care. She is now very outgoing. She reacts to men and women the same way.
She does well with children and takes treats gently. Her coat is shiney and medium length. Honey is fully housebroken and will go to the door when she has to go out.
Honey will require further leash training in quiet areas at the beginning. A body harness is a requirement.
Honey will require a fully fenced yard, minimum 6 feet high. Another resident socialized dog will be a plus on gaining her trust. We are looking for a soft spoken family to continue her integration into the family unit.
Honey is spayed and up to date with vaccines. She has been tested negative for heartworm, is dewormed and on flea prevention. She also has been microchipped.
If your family sounds like a fit, please visit barksandmeows.ca for an online application.
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