Best Shot Monday: Meet Honey

Okay, so it's Tuesday, but who's counting? You need to meet Honey. Honey is a special girl. She's a spayed female, tan and white American Staffordshire Terrier mix with a cute little wiggle butt walk. She loves being next to you and could use a few more pounds on her bones. She even has her own "featured pet" room in the lobby...and she's been at the shelter since December 17, 2014.

So why has such a great dog been at the shelter this long?  That's what I want to know, too. That cute little wiggle butt walk comes from an old injury that's left one of her back legs deformed, but it certainly does not slow her down. I suspect that may be the main reason she hasn't been adopted.  But she's a playgroup rock star and a volunteer favorite.  She's incredibly sweet and friendly, both with people and with other dogs.  And seriously, doesn't she have the sweetest face?  The shelter staff think she is about three years old, and she'd really love to spend her fourth birthday in a loving home.  How about yours?  Her ID number is A902653, and she's at 2020 Forest Street, Jacksonville, at Animal Care and Protective Services.

If you can't adopt but still want to help, considering fostering until our next Mega Adoption event April 17-19.  You can find a foster application here. Print it out and bring it to the shelter, and after a quick approval process, you can be fostering! 

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