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Honey Bee

Breed Spaniel (mix)
Gender Female
Color Golden - Cream Bi-Color
Coat Medium
Tail Natural Tail
Eyes Green
Age 5 months
Size Large
Weight 25 lbs.
Category Puppies
Animal ID Number 9869
Buzz buzz buzz! Meet Honey Bee! She's as sweet as can be! Honey Bee is around 4 months old and looks to be a Spaniel mix. Honey Bee loves being near her people. She does seem to warm up faster to women than men. She can be shy at first but her foster dog sister is showing her how to play and have fun. She likes to cuddle but doesn't need to be smothered and can entertain herself. She loves to pull all her toys out of her toy basket and surround herself with them. Honey Bee is working on house training and crate training in her foster home and doing great! She corrects easily and just wants to please you. Honey Bee is looking for a family that understands the time, training, and attention puppies need to grow to be the best companions they can be. If you are interested in meeting Honey Bee, submit your adoption application for this cutie today!

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Honey Bee #9869: Female Dog