9/17/20 Honey is doing well at the foster’s home. She likes her crate and house training is doing great. Her mouth lesion no longer drools after antibiotics but will probably require more on an as-needed basis. She eats very well and gabapentin pain meds seem to help her jaw and Galliprant has improved her ambulation. While she naps within an hour of her pain meds, she is up and moving about more and more, and loves being outside. Her life span is totally unknown – anywhere from 6 months to years. She would benefit from someone who would be willing to take her into their home. Call for more information – 614-554-1300.
6/22/20 Honey was dumped from a car in the middle of an intersection in TN. A kind person picked her up and got her to a rescuer who eventually turned her over to New Destiny Dog Rescue and Columbus Cocker Rescue. Honey arrived in Columbus on
8/22/20 and was immediately examined by our vets. Copies from Shelbyville Animal Hospital records were provided for reference. She is a very kind soul who loves to be around everyone. Although her time is limited, she will receive all the medical and personal care she deserves. Donations for care can be made directly to Columbus Cocker Rescue or New Destiny Dog Rescue, Wartrace, TN.