Hunter and Honey are 6 month old brother and sister puppies, saved from a kill shelter in Sebring, Florida. They are playful and have lots of energy. Hunter and Honey are working hard on house training and are sure to ace it in no time, as they are very smart and have a wonderful foster mom training them.
They may be a bit mischevious and steal your slippers, but not to worry, they haven't shown any interest in chewing them.
Honey and Hunter are great puppies and would sure love to find their forever home and place to snuggle and call their own.
Both pups are a Chihuahua mix and they're good with dogs, cats and kids. They're expected to grow to about 8 pounds.
For more information about adopting them, you can email Florida Doggie Paws at info@FloridaDoggiePaws.org or call 813-283-1695.
You can also find them on the web at www.FloridaDoggiePaws.org.
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