HoneyRescue Me ID: 21-04-04-00279

About Honey

Adoption Fee: $350
Lab mix
Age: Young Adult
Sex: Female

Honey is an approx. 3 year old, 35 lbs. Carolina dog. She was rescued from Orange County animal shelter last September in horrible condition, both physically (every inch of bone was showing and she was over 10 pounds underweight) and emotionally and semi-feral. She was very shut down. She's been with her foster since this time and is learning, day by day, to love and trust and is gaining confidence. Honey is a gentle soul who gets along well in the household. Her adopter will need to understand that Honey will need patience, positive reinforcement and consistency to help her to continue on her path. She is dog friendly and lives with several other dogs; cats won't work for Honey though. Honey can be playful with other dogs when she feels comfortable and has even found the dog toy basket to be a source of fun. I think a confident, well-balanced dog in the home would be good for Honey. Honey lives with a 10 year old human child and does very well with her so a gentle, not rambunctious child, would be good for her. She's crate trained and even knows to go to her crate for dinner, when I leave the house and for bed. She also enjoys being in her crate (door open) when I'm home. Honey is now able to be walked on harness but will need someone who is patient with her as she still sort of hops at times on walks and is unsure of things. Initially, I would consider Honey a flight risk at a new home so precautions with need to be taken. Honey is up to date on vaccines, heartworm negative, spayed, microchipped. To learn more about how to adopt, visit https://www.ewenityfarmsbch.com/info/adoption


Ewenity Farm Herding Dog Haven
Indian River County



  • Good with Most Dogs
  • Not Good with Cats
  • Good with Kids and Adults


  • Average Energy


  • Spayed
  • Vaccinations Current

Send message

Facebook Share/Comments

We block people who post offensive messages. See a problem? REPORT NOW

Please ✔ check "Also post on Facebook" after typing a question or comment.