Honey - Id#a281586
Listed January 18, 2018
Age: 5 yrs.
Weight: Not Specified
Adult Size: 11-25 lbs.
Breed:Pit Bull Terrier
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DescriptionPit Bull Terrier
This animal is available at:
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*HONEY - ID#A281586
Honey is a sweet as sugar! And at 7 years old, she's sure hoping to find a family filled with a lifetime of love. Honey was adopted out in 2010 and returned a few years later due to economic circumstances. She was adopted out again and recently returned as her family had to move and could not take her. They've shared that she's loving, friendly, affectionate, and potty trained. She likes going for walks and knows basic cues like sit, wait, laydown and stay. Honey might be OK to live with another calm dog-savvy dog with proper, polite and calm introduction. She thinks cats are much too interesting to live with or be around. Honey would like a home with children ages 12 and older.
I am a spayed female, tan pit bull terrier.
I am estimated to be about 7 years old.
I weigh approximately 64 pounds.
I have been at the shelter since 12/06/2017.
For more information about this animal, call:
Sonoma County Animal Services at (707) 565-7100
1247 Century Court, Santa Rosa
Tuesday - Saturday
12:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Adoptions are processed until 4:30 p.m.
Adoption Fee Details
Adoption fee $150.00 We require an adoption application, a home check and have an adoption contract if the adoption is approved.
The adoption fees you pay help us defray costs we incur when pulling dogs from shelters. We are charged by the shelters the same as you would be charged. The others costs we incur include spay & neuter fees and other miscellaneous medical expenses. We must also pay for the cost of advertising the dogs in order to find new homes, transporting animals, phone bills in responding to potential adopters (many of which are long distance calls), and food and supplements for the dogs.
All of the money you donate is used toward dog rescue. Our volunteers receive no pay. Usually, the amount requested for a particular dog does not even cover the cost of having rescued that dog.