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#10169 Bit-O-Honey

Adopted
Medium-size, Male, Adult Shepherd,

Hi! My name is Bit-O-Honey and I'm part of the Candy transport. I'm guessed to be an Shepherd Mix and about 5 year old. I'm a sweet boy and I currently weigh around 30-35 lbs.

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My foster mom says I'm the best of both worlds, because I'm calm and well-mannered, but I still love to play and go on long walks. I LOVE other dogs, and I like people a lot too, especially kids. I would love to have a playmate in my new home, but it's not a necessity, as long as I get plenty of socialization. I sometimes get a little over excited when I see potential new friends on walks, and just can't contain my need to say hello, which can be a bit loud, but we're working on it. Once I get to say hello, I'm actually very gentle, and don't jump at all. I've been doing very well with house training, and haven't had an accident in quite a while. I do get car sick, so I don't love long trips, but would probably be ok if you talked to a vet about some medication for that. I love to cuddle with my foster mom and fur brother. I'm not a chewer, and can generally be trusted in the house as long as I've been out to potty recently. I don't like crates. I came to OPH very underweight, and they found out I had pelvic fractures! They took me to 2 different vets, including a specialist, who consulted a surgeon, and they think I will be ok, since the fracture is stable, and not on a weight bearing part of the bone. I've already put on weight and I'm a lot stronger. I don't even limp anymore! I will probably continue to get stronger and put on more weight over the next month or two. I'm so excited to find my forever family now! Could that be you?

Bit-O-Honey is up-to-date on his vaccinations and has been neutered. Bit-O-Honey is currently being fostered in Baltimore, MD.

This dog's bio is based off the experiences of the foster and/or volunteers of OPH as well as any information that we received from the shelter or previous owner. This is very important because it means that while they may act one way in the foster’s home, you may experience something different in your home.