“They say one person’s trash is another person’s treasure. And that was exactly the case with my rescue pup Honey. I had contemplated getting a dog over the years but it wasn’t until I stumbled upon Honey’s bio on Lots of Dog’s Rescue site that I realized she may be the dog for me.
Her bio read calm, loveable, snuggable and independent. She loved attention, but could spend time on her own, which coincidentally sounded a lot like me. I decided to apply to adopt her. I came to discover that Honey was originally from Georgia. She was rescued from a kill shelter before the 30 day expiration date where she would have been euthanized. The rescue organization saw something in her. Her sweet and loving disposition landed her over the border to Canada. I was granted the opportunity of adopting her after my first visit. Since then she has adjusted to life in Canada very well. She’s come to love snow, which was a whole new world for her.
She has made my life that much sweeter by being in it. My friends and family adore her, and she gets lots of love from everyone she meets. She’s amazing with children, dogs, and even cats. I couldn’t have asked for a better dog. Adopting her was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. I don’t remember what life was like without her now. I’ve found my treasure.”