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My name is Honey, and I came to Sophie’s Dog Adoption with probably another ‘phoney’ story.  I was supposedly being kicked by a young man, and a young girl walking down the street saw this, saw me run towards her, grabbed me and continued… Hmmm… That sounds all nice, but not very convincing when you look more  into it…..

So for two weeks I lived with a young girl who ‘saved’ me, but the got fed up and called Sophie to take me in, which she understood I had justs been ‘rescued’ from the street…. Hmmmm..

She named me Honey, and I am really a sweet girl.  I am about 4 months old, maybe Rottie or Dobie, with some Shepherd, maybe Bernese, it’s hard to say.  Shepherd feet, Rottie face, white patch on my chest, what Sophie calls a 100% pure mutt!

I know my name, know how to sit, am learning not to jump in the bowl of food/water, in other words, learning some good manners.  I am getting the hang of housetraining, but will need some positive reinforcement to really get it.


I am Bello!  The cutest little 8 week old pup you’ve ever seen, one blue eye, one brown eye.  I am a Rotweiller/Husky mix, and this is my story:  Someone irresponsible guy  had a female Husky (Mom), she met a Rotweiller (Dad) and got pregnant. 7 Puppies later and barely 6 weeks old, we ‘had to go’… So the guy’s friend took me, for his friend.  Now keep in mind this guy is young.  Doing a good thing, helping the other guy place the unplanned, unexpected puppies.

So he takes me to his friend, this friend keeps me 24 hours, and shows up on his doorstep the next day to say ‘I’m not cut out for a puppy – here, take him back’.  So now the second guy is stuck with me, can’t take me back to the first guy as we ‘had to go’ – I’m no longer his responsibility….

So the second guy pleads with his parents to keep me while I find a home, but this is Mom’s third time around, she knows you don’t just place a puppy like that, this is not the first time the son brings home a pup!

So after trying to see what the best thing for me would be, she somehow heard of Sophie’s Dog Adoption and decided this was my best option.  So I am now looking for that responsible, committed, loving family who will take me in and raise me well, give me everything I need to ensure my well-being and make me a part of their family for the next 10-15 years.

At this young age, there is not much to say other than I am very cute.  But cute isn’t all you need to see to ensure a happy lifetime for  us together.  I will be going through all the stages of puppyhood, and due to my breed mix, I can easily become a ‘bad’ dog if all you do is see how ‘cute’ I am.