Honey!

HONEY. #TN50 Survivor of Dog Fighting with Dog Aide Community Awareness Program.

Honey is available for adoption through Dog Aide Community Awareness Program [www.dogaide.com]
In October of 2014, Sevier County’s Special Operations Response Team, U.S. Marshals and the Humane Society of the United States raided a suspected dog fighting operation in Sevier County, Tennessee. 50 amazing survivors of dog fighting were removed from the property and taken to safety – Honey was one of these very special souls. After court proceedings had concluded and the dogs were released from being held as live evidence, Dog Aide chose to welcome Honey into their foster program. In April of 2015, this unbelievably sweet, fearful, beautiful soul made her way to Bark Nation for a two-month stay to have her world opened extremely slowly and strategically.

Honey is now in an amazing Dog Aide foster home of her very own with doggie siblings and all of the love she can handle! We are so proud of her resiliency and capacity to love, and cannot wait to see what her future holds!

For more information on Honey’s heroic rescue, please check out the following links!
– Press Release: http://www.humanesociety.org/news/press_releases/2014/10/50-dogs-rescued-sevier-dogfighting-102114.html?referrer=https://www.google.com/
– Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qXFu0nZ0XwA