Adoptable Pittie of the Week: Hunny

23 Jul

Our newest adoptable was discovered at Manhattan’s Animal Care & Control by one of the top behaviorists at the ASPCA. We’re fortunate to count her as one of our friends, because she called us immediately and said we “have to get this dog!” And boy, are we grateful!

Hunny

Hunny is one of the most even tempered, calm and sweet dogs we have ever met. At just 2 years old, she settles easily at your feet in any situation. She’s about 55 lbs, and very short and stocky. She’s already been fully vaccinated, spayed and microchipped, too!

Hunn

She also loves people! Like, LOVES people. Especially Broadway & TV legend, Bernadette Peters, who she got the opportunity to meet at this year’s Broadway Barks!

Hunny loves Bernadette Peters!

Hunny is an absolute breeze and a joy to have around. She’d be a wonderful pet for a first time owner, and a family of any size. Not only is she friendly with dogs, she doesn’t mind cats, and she certainly adores kids, as you can see in this picture:

Hunny loves kids!

And that pittie smile is simply infectious! Wont you help Hunny find the forever home she is so incredibly worthy of? Email us today to adopt her!

Hunny

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2 Responses to “Adoptable Pittie of the Week: Hunny”

  1. barbarajkennedy1014 July 23, 2012 at 2:14 PM #

    Hunney looks like a great girl. What a smile!

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