Dog ID: 18-042
Surrender Date: 9/30/2018
Adoption Fee: $450, plus applicable tax
Age: 7 Months
Energy Level: Medium
Interactions with dogs: Good
Interactions with kids: Good
Interactions with cats: Unknown
Medical or Behavior Challenge Notes: Medical Hold Honey has an ectopic ureter
January 27, 2019:
Honey has had another surgery to hopefully get her bladder working better. She's recovering like a champ, feeling good much faster than I expected! Surgery hopefully helps her kidney, and fingers crossed, reduces her need for diapers. Honey started puppy class but had to drop out due to surgery. She was a star pupil while it lasted! She is still a happy, sweet puppy enjoying life at her foster home!
December 27, 2018:
Honey continues to be on her healing journey. She continues to struggle with some bladder issues and still wears a diaper, but is happy and healthy otherwise! Acupuncture has been helping her and she loves to be the center of attention at those appointments! Honey had a great Christmas and got to meet many people including children at her foster family's festivities. She was gentle and calm! She got many compliments on her behavior!! She starts puppy class soon and we are sure she'll be a star pup!!!!
November 20, 2018
Honey had her bladder/ectopic ureter surgery. She had a rough time recovering and actually needed a second surgery just 2 days later. She spent 9 days hospitalized but is now home recovering. Things are still up in the air regarding continence in the future. She continues to heal in her foster home with her pack.
October 30, 2018:
Honey has had a great 4 weeks in foster! She’s experienced many new things and done some growing! She plays very well with foster sister and has learned a ton of things! Started puppy class and was a rockstar! She’s practically perfect! Surgery soon and fingers crossed for a great outcome! Honey also gets along with the cats she lives with. She's met kids too and is respectful.
October 8, 2018:
We've decided to change Red's name to Honey since Red was the color of her collar from her litter as a puppy. Honey has settled into her foster home seamlessly! She's been to some veterinarian visits, she's been swimming, she's even gone through the drive thru at the coffee shop! She's practically perfect. She's been diagnosed with ectopic ureters and will need to have surgery to fix this once she grows a bit more. In the meantime, she's great about keeping her diaper on. She plays great with her foster sisters and cats. She's a love.
October 1, 2018:
Red just arrived at her foster home. More updates to follow.