Honey - 20034999

Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Spayed Female
Color: Orange and White
Birthdate: April 5, 2013 - Estimated
Age: 10 Year, 7 Month

  • House Broken
  • Crate Trained
  • Obedience Trained
  • OK with Dogs
  • OK with Cats
  • Needs Fenced in Yard


Say “Hello” to Honey, who is as sweet as her name and could be called Happy given how often she smiles at her people and how often her little butt wiggles! She is a healthy, loving, well-behaved, house-trained, and moderately active 40 pound, ten year old orange and white spayed female. Honey is kid and dog/cat friends and is a great fit for most any home. Honey is a former breeding dog whom ABR saved, along with her sister, from an potentially untimely end after her breeding days were done. With that pedigree, it is no surprise that she has a gorgeous coat and markings! Her personality and zest for life also provide her short bursts of energy and playfulness that make everyone shocked to hear she is 10 years old! Despite those occasional bursts of energy, Honey has few to zero real issues (behaviorally or health-wise). Overall, Honey is a lower-key “Mama” in her heart that “cuddle and cling” to her people, “baby” her fluffy toys, and provide you with a million smiles. Honey is surprisingly strong on the leash for only being 40# but she does not pull excessively. Her prey drive seems directed toward squirrels and rodents, not birds, but her urge to explore new areas and watch birds is very Brittany-like. She LOVEs exploring new areas outside (new yards, trails, woods, etc); you can see the joy in her face when she comes to an area she hasn’t seen before. Honey prefers to sniff and explore outside vs. playing with toys. She is able and happy to do short half to three quarter mile jogs though she is equally happy just exploring while walking.This little lady can easily clear a three foot fence so will require at least four foot fence and preferably higher. She does not like to be crated but can be trusted in the home. She does like to “nest” so providing her with a blanket to satisfy that instinct will keep her from rearranging your pillows, blankets, rugs, etc. Honey is spayed, utd on vaccines, heartworm negative and on preventatives.