Posted May 18, 2011 at 10:00 am in Latest News


CongRATulations to the Docherty family!

This sweet little girl named herself!  Not only is she the color of Honey, she is super affectionate.  Once you meet her, you will understand why the name “Honey” suits her!  Honey is a sweetheart of a rat terrier, about 2 years old, and is being fostered in Bristol, CT.  She weighs about 12 pounds, and is good with kids of all ages and other dogs. Honey loves to follow her people around and just be near them. She is crate trained and housebroken.  She would love to be in household that has someone home most of the time, because she adores being around people.  She will chase cats in the yard, but would probably adjust to sharing a house with a feline.  Honey’s favorite things are playing (for short periods of time) and snuggling.  She loves to play with toys and does like to take a shoe of her favorite person to bed with her, but she never damages anything. She is even gentle with her toys. She is used to sleeping in bed with her fosterparents and snuggles in for the night on top of the covers.  Honey is a type “B” rat terrier, with shorter legs.  All she lacks in life is a family of her own.  Could that family be yours?  Have a peek at more photos of Honey in her foster home by clicking here:

3 comments so far:

  1. Robin Celano said:

    I am interested in hearing more about this dog. I currently have a 10 year old large male Jack Russell (25#) who may be better w/a female. Does this dog get along well with other dogs?

    posted April 18th, 2011 at 10:07 pm
  2. Annette said:

    Hi Robin.
    Honey does get along well with other dogs. If you put in an application for her, her fostermom will get in touch with to answer any questions.

    posted April 20th, 2011 at 9:55 am
  3. MICHELLE said:

    i am so glad that Honey got adopted. I met her when I brought my resq, Bella, for a playdate with her foster mom. Honey was so sweet and such a love bug. Congratulations!!!

    posted May 16th, 2011 at 1:51 pm

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