DOB: July 2007; Breed/Coloring: Chihuahua mix, red
Size: Honey weighs about 15lbs and is full grown
History: Honey was thrown over the fence at a rescue kennel one night by her idiot owners.
Personality: Honey is shy in new situations but is very people-oriented and comes around quickly. She is a very calm and quiet girl.
Training: Honey has been at a kennel so she will need some work on housebreaking. She is shy and spools easily on leash, so socialization will be important.
Would Do Best: Honey would do best in a quiet home and could either be with another calm dog or by herself. She would prefer not to be left alone more than 5 hours a day and really would like at least a small outdoor area (no balconies).
Vet Record : Currently vaccinated, spayed and microchipped.
Cats, Dogs and Kids: Honey is hood with other dogs although she would rather interract with humans. She ignores cats. She could be with older children.
Availability: Honey is available for adoption now. Please email us and we will send you an adoption application. Local adoptions only.
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