Honey
9 mos
Chocolate Lab/Pitbull mix
Currently 35 muscular lbs.

Meet Honey! Honey is a sweet, cuddling pup who loves to give hugs and loves people! She can get along with other dogs just fine, she just needs some time to warm up to them. She also loves to play and wrestle, and be goofy.

Honey is high energy, who is a firm believer in the “play hard, nap hard” motto! She is crate trained, and sleeps in her crate all night. She is working on being house broken, but responds very well to training, and commands. She is still very much a puppy, and loves to chew.

Honey loves walks, and playing with other dogs. Honey doesn’t mind cats, and is good with kids (although she does jump, so she is working on “off”). Honey is good with walking on a harness, and loves playing, and any kind of adventure.

Honey is a very sweet and loving dog, so don’t let the ‘Pitbull’ part scare you. She just needs a little patience to get along with other dogs (an hour or so is best).

Honey currently lives with four other dogs, her size or bigger. She is used to a lot of exercise, as well as someone who can help train her with commands. Honey needs someone who can recognize that she needs an active, energetic household and give her a lot of love and patience. She would do best in a home with a fenced yard where she can run and burn off some of her energy! She is a kisser, lover and loves to hug people.

Our standard adoption fee is $295 cash or check and $300 credit card ($5 processing fee). It includes spay/neuter when age appropriate at our participating vets, age appropriate core vaccinations, fecal testing, deworming, flea and tick preventative,1st vet visit at one of our participating vets, and micro-chipping.
We must have an application, conduct a phone interview, and meet your entire family to approve an adoption. Please email [email protected] for an application or additional details.

Please note that the breeds and sizes posted in this biography are educated best guesses and are not guaranteed.

Please consider becoming a foster home while you search for your new best friend. We need foster homes – pounds are overflowing with puppies and adult dogs that are at-risk and need help. We can only rescue as many as we have foster home commitments. Fostering is a rewarding experience for your family.