Pointer, Mixed
Tan, Yellow, Fawn with White
Lost or found date:
Pet name:
1 year old, 53 lb., pointer mix, Honey, has the perfect name because she’s sweet as honey! She was found as a stray in the rural south, taken to a shelter where she was vaccinated and spayed, and quickly adopted by the young lady who found her. Unfortunately, she couldn’t keep Honey because of her living situation, so she gave Honey to her parents, who also could not keep Honey because one member of the family is severely allergic to dogs! So poor Honey has been to four different places in a month. Right now she’s with us and hopefully she’ll find her forever home very soon! Honey is in doggy daycare and plays well with other dogs. She lived with cats for a short while and seemed very curious about them, but she was never allowed close enough to them to confirm her intentions! So the verdict is still out on how she is with cats. Honey is still very puppy-like. She loves to jump on you and is still very mouthy so would not do well in a home with very young children. Kids can mistake mouthiness for biting so we’d rather Honey go to a home with older children who understand boundaries around dogs or to an adult-only home. She is housetrained. According to her former family, she only had one accident and was always fine sleeping, without any accidents, through the night. Apply for Honey today; she’ll make a fantastic addition to your family!PAW places animals in the Washington, DC Metropolitan area only.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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