Honey the Cocker Spaniel
Honey found her forever home! Andrea fell in love with this sweet girl and decided to be her loving forever family.
Honey, now Molly was comfortable right away with her new mom and her beautiful yard, and she settled in very quickly!
Andrea plans to look into training Molly as a therapy dog, since she has the perfect personality for it and we cannot wait to see Molly shine as a therapy dog helping many in need!
We are so happy Molly and Andrea found each other and wish them many many happy years together.
Honey's Info... I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Breed: Cocker Spaniel Color: Tan/Yellow/Fawn Sex: Female Weight: 14 pounds Age: 5 months
Personality: Sweet, affectionate, playful, open to new adventures. Adopter will be very blessed to have this sweetheart as a furry family member. Honey would make an excellent candidate to be trained as a THERAPY DOG! Cockers are sensitive, intelligent dogs who need to live inside with the rest of the family, not outdoors!
Coat: Soft, silky. Adult Cockers typically don't shed much if at all, but they do need regular grooming and baths. Has puppy coat now, which will shed as the permanent coat grows.
Training: Walks well on leash, knows sit, down. Foster mom has socialized her well, so she has become used to going out and experiencing new things. This socialization will need to be continued, along with a formalized positive methods training class.
Potty trained: Yes
Health: Excellent health. Was underweight when first rescued because her brother was eating more of the food, but now Honey is doing well and growing nicely. She will be a small Cocker.
History: Rescued from a high kill shelter in S. Korea, along with her brother Casey. Cockers have a hard time getting adopted in Korea, since they have a hyper reputation. We brought both puppies to California to find their forever families.
Fostered in: Fullerton, CA (local applications only)
Type of home: Single person or family with children (but not infants). Cockers are active dogs who need regular exercise, in spite of their small size. Honey will need more socialization, to continue the good work of her foster mom. Adopter should have adequate time and energy for dog training class.
Crate trained: Yes
Good with Dogs: Yes Good with Kids: Yes (not suitable for infants under 3) Good with Cats: Unknown, but Honey is young enough to be trained to be good around cats
Adoption fee (non-refundable): $300
All dogs are fully vetted, tested for heartworm, microchipped, and up to date with vaccinations.
To MEET Honey - fill out an application. You must fill out an application in order to meet Honey. Cut and paste this link into your web browser: www.welcomehomedogrescue.org/adoption/application-to-adopt-a-companion/