I am already spayed, housetrained, and up to date with shots.
When is one dog enough? Certainly not with this great set of pooches, Honey and Molly. We've been together for 6 years, and really want to remain together.
We're in our "retirement years" and are looking for the same in our new adoptive parent(s). A less active couple who would be happy allowing us to watch TV and lay around and relax would be perfect!
Honey: is a 8 year old Golden Retriever mix , exceeding sweet and gentle female. She has a cataract in her right eye, but it doesn't affect her ....she'll seek you out for some petting without fail.
She also has mild hip dysplasia, again, not an issue as she gets around just fine. She'd love to be your lap dog if you'd like one while watching TV or sitting on the couch. If not, she's fine laying at your feet.
Molly: is a 12 year old Shepherd (Aussie?) mix and is also very sweet. She's a little older so she might be a little stiff when she gets up, but she's happy to go where you go. She also likes to sit on her cushion under the window and watch the activity outside. She likes to play with the water from a sprinkler or hose.
Both dogs are mostly indoorsy, but will happily go out for a short walk, or some time in the backyard.
Molly is not a fan of cats, whereas Honey will go way out of her way to avoid them. Neither dog has been around children for the last 6 years, at least. Molly also does not like small dogs.
Both love to go for a ride in the car...whether it's just down the street, to the groomers, or to the dog park.