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Honey Bee

Honey Bee

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Honey Bee came to us in 2022 from a hoarding situation in Pinal County. Once at our Sanctuary, we discovered she was not good with other dogs. As she started to lose her sight, new people became scary to her. Unfortunately, only a select few volunteers can safely interact with Honey Bee, she is most likely to become a permanent sanctuary resident.

History

Honey Bee came to us from Pima County Animal Care Center when her owner could no longer take care of her.

Personality

Hello there.  My name is Honey Bee, and I am certainly “Queen Bee” and I know it.

I originally came as an owner surrender from a hoarding situation 2 years ago and still haven’t found that perfect “hive”.

Well, I have to admit, I really am treated well here at Forever Loved with my deluxe accommodations, but truth be told, there is no place like a home.

I will be honest with you, I don't like other dogs, mostly because I had to fuss with too many dogs in the hoarding situation.

I will need to be the only Queen Bee, and the less strangers I have to meet, the better.  With limited vision, it becomes a challenge for me to have to decide whether I “accept” a newcomer or not.

I do need eye drops daily, but my vision has been stable.  I have a fan club at Forever Loved that I do love, and they take me for walks (which I also love) and they tend to my every royal desire.

I am reliably house trained and use a doggy door, but will need to get familiar with your place, so please be patient.

Another thing; I don’t like to be startled when I’m sleeping, so I suggest letting sleeping Queens be.

My beloved “servants” at the shelter will be happy to introduce me to you; just know that I am not a social butterfly, and I have strong likes and dislikes!  Doesn’t every Queen?

Needs

Honey Bee needs to be your one and only pet, but she’ll provide all the love you’ll need.

Honey Bee came to Forever Loved in 2022 from a hoarding situation in Pinal County at 10 years old. Once at our Sanctuary, we discovered she was not good with other dogs. As she started to lose her sight, new people became scary to her too. Unfortunately, this means that only a select few volunteers can safely interact with Honey Bee and she is most likely to become a permanent sanctuary resident.

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Breed
Chihuahua/Dachshund Mix
Size
Small
Gender
Female
Spay/neuter/shots
Completed
Good with
Women more than men
Not good with
Other dogs or cats or younger children

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