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Honey is a 6 month old Mastiff x girl who was born on 15 May 2020.
Honey is a little shy at first but quickly opens up....especially when cuddles might be involved.
Honey is starting to walk well on lead but, as it's all a bit new to her, she still does need some training.
Honey likes cats and is quite interested in pocket pets. We feel she could be rehomed in homes with either or each on the proviso that slow introductions take place.
Honey, as her name suggests, is just the sweetest girl and loves running around and playing with her friend, Barry.
Honey is frightened of loud noises and sudden movements. We would recommend she be allowed inside during thunderstorms and fireworks where she knows he is safe.
She is absolutely full of affection, and would love to be in a home where she is included as a member of the family and involved in the day to day activities. Honey will thrive in an environment that guides her with positive direction, lots of love and attention and the patience to let her become the confident girl that we know is in there.
Honey's adoption fee is $600 and includes her desexing, lifetime registration, and 3 x training lessons with thanks to Wyong Dog Training. She is also regularly treated for flea and worms and is up to date with her vaccinations.
To enquire more or to meet Honey, please call the facility on 02 43044350 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and speak to one of our friendly staff.
Honey is the sweetest treat you'll meet..
Rehoming Body No: R251000019.
Honey's Photo Cortesy of Jill Ashby Photography
If you are interested in adopting one of our animals, please give the facility a call on 43044350 to make an appointment and ask further questions.
Staff will ask more about your lifestyle and the information you provide helps the facility to achieve the best match between the dog or cat and their new home.
Once all of your questions have been answered, its time to meet your potential new furbaby. This meet will be conducted at the facility unless prior arrangements are made by management.
After the meet and greet, a yard check will be completed at your home to ensure that your home and yard is suitable for the kind of pet you are interested in. Please bring to your appointment photos of your fencing also showing all gates that attach to the house.
Should you have an existing dog in your life, we will require a meet and greet to ensure that they get along.
The final step (pending agreement by both parties) is the payment of the adoption fee and filling in of associated paperwork for your new furbaby.
Congratulations, you have now saved a life!
This pet has been adopted and found love with its new family.
The rescue group has removed this pet and it is no longer available for adoption.
The rescue group is no longer taking adoption applications for this pet.