|Age:||2-3 years old|
This beautiful lady is Honey who is a very nervous girl. Honey will come to command and will accept treats even though she is extremely wary of people. Honey is very gentle when taking treats, she is such a sweet girl. Honey’s favourite treats are ham, cheese and toast. Honey will sometimes play with toys and likes a rope toy. Honey is vocal and will tell you when it is bedtime! Honey requires an experienced home who can help work on her fears.
Honey is fearful around people and can be reactive. Honey tends to only trust one person and will only accept strokes on her terms. Honey would prefer a calm and quiet adult only home.
Honey currently lives with another dog. It would be beneficial for Honey to share her new home with another confident dog to help her overcome her fears, with sensible and gradual introductions.
Honey would prefer a cat free home.
Honeys new home will require a secure garden. Honey has worn a harness however you cannot get her to move, as she becomes very distressed. Honey therefore has not been walked. This will require further lead training in her new home, when the time is right. Honey requires a patient and understanding home.
Honey is very scared of visitors to the home and can be very reactive towards them. Once the visitors are seated, Honey may approach them with the use of treats. However, Honey does not like sudden movements or loud noises, as it can startle her. This will require continual training and boundaries.
Fostering a rescue dog is not something to take on lightly, they need full commitment and a lot of work and patience to allow them to blossom. There may be many challenges to overcome so please ensure full commitment before applying.
Honey is fully toilet trained. Honey does not use her crate anymore. Honey sleeps well overnight. Honey shown destructive behaviours when she first arrived to her current home, however is generally fine now. Honey can be left for a few hours with no issues, however has always been left with the resident dog. Please note, this may change in a new home.
Due to nervous behaviours, Honey has not yet been in the car.
We always advise sensible and slow introductions to family members and other pets.
If you think you can offer me a home, please complete an application form using the ‘Apply for me’ link at the top of this post. Please also email your interest to firstname.lastname@example.org
We would prefer applicants within a 2 hour journey, although we may be able to consider applicants up to 3 hours away
⭐️ All applicants must pass a home check ⭐️
✅ Vaccinated (read more about vaccinations here)
Lifetime rescue backup provided.