Jindo mix | unspayed female | 3.5 months old | 9 lbs
Honey is a rescue from Jeju Island, South Korea. Due to increased cost of transport, adoption donation is a minimum of $625 for puppies from Jeju Island.
Honey is from the litter of 6 puppies that were found in a small space behind an apartment building on Jeju island. The mother dog disappeared a few days later and was never found again
Siblings: Lovey, Mio, Leah
Honey is the shiest one from the litter. She likes people and other dogs, but is shy to come close. She stays in a distance with her ears and tail tucked in, so it may look like at first that she is hard to be friendly. However, if you just spend a few hours with her, she starts to come close to you and doesn’t resist being hugged and held.
Honey needs some time to get familiar with the people and surrounding around her.
Honey has moderate to high energy.
SOCIALIZATION QUICK FACTS
Comments: Honey is shy around new people. She likes people and other dogs, just doesn’t come so close at first meeting.
The foster has 2 cats, which do not really like dogs. Honey used to follow them thinking they were friends, but the cats don’t like dogs and now Honey is not interested.
Not tested with children. We do not recommend children under the age of 8 for a young puppy like Honey.
DAILY ROUTINE QUICK FACTS
Comments: In car training. Honey gets car sick now.
Uses training pads when they are indoor and goes outside for big business. She sometimes makes a mistake indoor, but mostly successful so far.
Barking - Honey is always staying with Lovey and Sunny when left at home. They bark a little when the foster leaves and comes back home, but does not continue barking.
THIS DOG HAS COMPLETED
Comments: Honey is unspayed since puppies under 6 months are not allowed to be fixed in South Korea. It will be adopter’s mandatory responsibility to have puppy spayed at 6 months of age.