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My name is Honey!

Whippet/Border Collie Mix Puppy for adoption in Duart, Ontario - Honey
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Barks and Meows Rescue

Facts about Honey

  • Breed: Whippet/Border Collie Mix
  • Color: Black - With White
  • Age: Puppy
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
Honey is a mix of perhaps border collie Whippet on a best guess basis. This sweet gal will be one year old in December. Honey weighs about 40lbs and will continue to be a medium sized dog even when fully grown. She arrived extremely timid timid due to a terrible start in life before rescue. Her previous foster had her on a diet of human food and in an apartment. She helped very much to get her to trust people. She also introduced her to other dogs as well as children and she found she was very good with them.

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 still is timid but has made great strides since arriving in Barks and Meows care. 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.

About Barks and Meows Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Barks and Meows Rescue is a non-profit rescue group. All of our rescues are rescued from situations whereby they no longer would have had a chance to survive. Our goal is to find wonderful "forever homes" for those adoring canines and felines who deserve a second chance in life. We are committed to adopting these companions out to homes where they are indoors, treated as family members and are continued to be well socialized and provided with both premium nutrition and health care.

Come Meet Our Pets...

All of our companions are in foster care. Only those applicants whose applications have been deemed a potential match and whereby interviews have been conducted may be contacted for a viewing in either the foster home or the potential adopter's home.

Our Adoption Process...

All of our animals are adopted out to Ontario, Canada residents only. Foster Families will reside within Southwest Middlesex. All felines are FIV tested and all canines are tested for Heartworm if they are deemed old enough to have contracted it. Our fosters are all spayed or neutered if over the age of 6 months. They are all on heartworm prevention and or Revolution to ensure fleas or ear mites exist. Each "adoptee" is up-to-date with vaccines and vaccination certificates and health records will be given to the "adopters".

Our Adoption Process:

1) Please review the various fosters on our "Available for Adoption" page. Read the bio's carefully. Look for a foster that matches the dynamics of your current home. Each foster has different temperaments and characteristics, so know what you want to have in a companion. If you don't see a possible match, then please continue your search for a rescued canine elsewhere as they are hundreds of groups with thousands of animals looking for their ideal "forever homes".

2) If you find what you believe may be a match for your family, please complete the adoption application by clicking on the "Application for Adoption" page then, clicking on the link found on the page.

3) Your application will be reviewed within 48 hours and you will be responded to by e-mail advising you or whether or not we feel you are a potential match.

4) If you are considered a potential match, will will make arrangements via e-mail to setup a telephone interview with both spouses in the home. If we mutually agree, after the interview, that it the may very well be a match, the foster home will setup an interview with you either at your home or at the foster home. All family members who reside in the home as well as as any resident canines that live with you must be present for the home interview. If you live locally, there will be a 24 hour waiting period in order for both parties to think about the foster you have just met. If you live more than 1 hour away from the foster home then the foster home will have the choice of making a decision while you are there or advising that they wish to think about it over a 24 hour period. The foster home will have final say on whether or not it is deemed to be good choice and will advise the applicant of their decision. All decisions are final so we please ask that you respect the knowledge of the foster home as they really do know the animal they are caring for best.

5) If your family are chosen as a "forever home" for our foster, then you will need to complete and sign an adoption contract outlining our policies and procedures.

6) All adoption fees are on a cash basis only, and we will provide you with a receipt of payment. Please note this receipt is NOT a tax receipt as we are not a registered charity.

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