WORDS from her foster parents
‘Honey is a tiny brave girl, very cautious at first but once you show her love and let her come to you she is super sweet and affectionate. She wants to do everything she sees her big sister Maud doing. She has already mastered the stairs and walking on the leash, as well as cuddling and playing. She can be afraid of other dogs at first but once she has a sniff she is ready to play. We are working on her toilet training and so far it’s going great, only accidents during the night which she will grow out of as she gets bigger.
Honey can be startled easily, but a quick cuddle makes it all better and then she’s ready to face her fears. She enjoys napping and playing with her headless squeaky teddy bear (a gift from Maud) or chewing on bones or a nice cold carrot, and she LOVES her dinner. She is motivated both by food and love and always wants to please, so training has so far been easy enough. The world can be scary for a tiny baby and Honey is doing a great job at being brave and adorable.’
There are other ways of helping our dogs! Fostering increases their chances of finding their perfect match, whereas sponsoring allows us to never worry about how we will collect the necessary monthly funds for food, kennel, and medical bills.