Ruff Ruff! My name is Honey - Video! Sweet as can be
Honey - Video! Sweet as can be's Info...
|Breed:||German Shepherd Dog Mix||Color:||Tan/Yellow/Fawn||Age:||Adult|
|Size:||Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)||Sex:||Female||ID#:||4949040|
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with dogs, and not good with cats.
If you would like to meet HONEY ... we really need you to fill out an application FIRST at mollysmuttsandmeows.org: Click here to go to application page.
Meet HONEY, a gorgeous 5-year-old 60-pound Shepherd mix who is just as sweet as her name (you saw that cliché coming, didn’t you?). Now that HONEY is relaxed in her foster home she is really showing her true colors. and they are beautiful. Her affectionate nature and playful side have come out and she is as loyal to her canine brother and her foster father as she is to her favorite squeaky toy.
See her sweet affectionate nature in her video below!
Speaking of squeaky toys ... they were unchartered territory for this beauty before she landed in a foster home but now that she knows it’s for her and it’s OK she carries one with her EVERYWHERE (including walks if I'm not paying attention before we leave the house)! HONEY brings it in to the bedroom when we go to sleep, next to the door when we go for a walk so she can pick it up the minute we return, and even brings it to her foster father when he’s in the … uh … “reading room.”
Her affectionate nature combined with her very active side combine so she rolls over for a belly rub but will jump up after a few seconds to do a lap of the room and then start the whole cuddling thing over again.
She starts off very uncertain of new people and places but her natural curiosity takes over soon enough and once she’s comfortable she really lets her wonderful self shine. HONEY gets along great with her foster brother (95# German Shepherd) as well as her next door neighbor (a white dust mop of a Westie) but is still working on her socialization skills. She doesn’t have much cat experience and shows curiosity but she was a stray before she showed up at the shelter and she gets VERY focused on prey in her new hood (rabbits, birds) so we don’t think it would be a good idea.
As a reminder... if you want to meet HONEY... we really need you to fill out an application FIRST. Click here to go to application page. Be as complete as you can and don't be shy! We like to know a lot about the homes for our critters. We will get it and respond back to you within 24 hours. (We are all volunteers and work full time, so be patient with us. We will respond, I promise!) We also have a printable PDF version of our application. If you fax it in, be sure to write 'HONEY' at the top if it. You may want to call us to double-check that we received it. Our phone number is 310-837-MUTT.
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We hold adoption events at West Hollywood Park several Saturdays a month from 12 PM to 3 PM. Please check our website mollysmuttsandmeows.org for upcoming dates.
Molly's Mutts and Meows is a 501c3 non-profit animal rescue organization. Our goal is to help animals from Los Angeles-area shelters find loving forever homes in Southern California. We are an entirely volunteer-run foster-home rescue. Click here for how you can help. Thank you for making adoption your first option!