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I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Honey Lemon is finally ready for her forever home! She was actually born in our rescue in November 2015 from her mom Punkin however she kept having urinary tract infections and leaking in her crate which caused suspicion. After several rounds of antibiotics we had an ultrasound done. During the ultrasound it was suspected that she might have what is called an ectopic ureter we're basically the ureter from the kidney to the bladder does not quite connect and would cause the urine to leak straight out. We were lucky enough to get her into a rescue program through Colorado State University which offered a low-cost surgery option. Upon using a scope they discovered that the ureter is in fact attached to the bladder but Honey did have what is called a hooded vulva which can lead to more infections. She had surgery to correct this and has not had an infection or leaked in her crate since. We took a urine sample to our vet about a month ago and she checked out perfectly fine. So now she needs a home to call her own!
Honey is good with everyone so she can play a little rough with much smaller dogs. She might also bark at new dog she doesn't know outside of the home and though initially cautious she is then friendly when greeting them. She is beautifully crate trained. She eats all of her meals in her crate and will go in there on her own when she feels like it. She loves to play and loves attention and to give kisses. She has been fostered with children and cats as well.
There's no guarantee that honey won't have urinary tract infections in the future so we have reduced heard option fee which would normally be $275 to $225 which covers her spay, microchip, vaccinations, and she comes with a 6-week training course.
To apply to adopt Honey Lemon please go to our website at www.savemescoutrescue.org for the application.