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I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, and good with kids.
Despite this girl's small size, Honey is a ball of energy and is always on the go; she can easily hike for hours. She is a real hunter and she loves to chase snakes, lizards, bugs & birds outside. Honey really enjoys learning and is very food motivated. Honey will be great for a person who is active and enjoys hiking, or who wants to partake in activities like agility competitions.
Honey's past is uncertain but she has some emotional scars that give us an idea of how she lived. She is more comfortable around women than men, and she shows some uncertainty around new dogs. Once she gets to know a new dog they will have found a great playmate in Honey, but she can be nervous when meeting new canine friends for the first time. She really enjoys the company of dogs that are submissive & low-key, but she can be nervous around dogs that are assertive or dominant. Honey forms strong bonds with people very quickly and gets sad when she's left alone for long periods of time. She does not suffer from separation anxiety but she will be happiest with a family where someone is home for most of the day to spend time with her (perhaps someone who has recently retired, or who works from home) or where there is another dog to keep her company. Honey is overly interested in cats, and while she wont injure a cat, she might drive one crazy by fixating on it. Honey is great with older children.
If you'd like to learn more about Honey, please email us at email@example.com; she is currently in foster care.