This was one of the hardest decisions I had to make, but I not only have problems affording her (advantix, heartguard, shots, training), I'm also pressed for time and Honey just does not get out enough. She has simply too much potential to be held back by my egotistical needs. She can make a lot of people happy:
Honey is the perfect dog! She has been in foster care for the past 8 months after she and her 11 puppies were found abandoned. Her puppies are raised and adopted out into good homes.
Honey is spayed, up to date with all her shots, preventions and tests. She is obedience trained and would make a great therapy or service dog. She is about 2 years old and the most intelligent dog I had in my care yet!
She is a care taker by nature and loves children, but she will steal their cookies!! :-)
Honey is NOT an outside dog or a dog to be left alone all day. She needs to be challenged because of her great potential, and that is the only reason why I decided to put her up for adoption and not keep her myself. I do not have the time to do her justice.