Honey: Golden Retriever

Honey has now been REHOMED.

Our lovely Honey is a typical bouncy puppy who loves nothing more than playing tug with her doggy friends. She is clean in the home, walks beautifully on her harness and is been having ongoing training with her recall as she does like to have her nose down in the undergrowth when out and about! Honey suffers from slight travel sickness but her foster home have been working on this and it is already improving, however she will require further training with increasing length of journeys to help her get used to vehicle motion. Honey adores to be out and about but equally loves a cuddle on the sofa with her favourite people and she is proving to have a wonderful temperament. She is a lively, fun loving, bouncy, energetic and very enthusiastic puppy. She is good with dogs of all shapes and sizes and loves to play boisterous games. She is very intelligent and is keen and eager to learn, already enjoying the training that her foster family are doing with her, and this will be of great benefit for Honey to continue in her new home to keep her focused, mentally exercised and to ensure she becomes a trained and well balanced adult dog.

Honey came in to our care as she has a slight heart murmur, which does not hinder her in any way, and she has seen our cardiac vet on numerous occasions who is very happy with her progress. Her potential home will be made fully aware of her condition as it is possible she made need supportive medication in her latter years. We are looking for an active family home with at least one other resident dog and Honey could be homed with children over 8 years old.

4 month old Honey is vaccinated, worm & flea treated and microchipped, and is being fostered in Deal, Kent. Honey will be subject to a strict neutering agreement and will need to have her spey carried out at our veterinary practise in Deal when she is old enough.

If you would like to offer Honey a home please complete our Adoption Form 

All home offers are subject to vetting and a home visit, and an adoption agreement and donation are required.