Honey came to us with Marshall who just turned 2. She was surrendered by a family who just suffered a recent loss. She is very sweet and was obviously loved. She was also about 6 pounds overweight, it seems she likes to bowl surf, eating her food fast and then moving on to other dog’s bowls, so she will have to be monitored at feeding time and will not be a candidate for free feeding. She is not food or toy possessive. She has lost 4 pounds so far with smaller portions and a daily 1-2 mile walk. We hope her new family will be committed to keeping her at a healthy weight. She is learning to heel and is walking well on a leash and does not bark when she passes other dogs. She is housebroken and crate trained. She did not have obedience training, but has been taking classes and we hope to have her qualified for her AKC Canine Good Citizen’s certificate very soon. She has learned most of her basic commands and hope that her new forever family will continue reinforcing her training. She loves to watch birds and animals from any available window, she also loves to chase them, so a good fenced in yard would be nice. Like most Cavaliers, Honey does likes to be with her people as much as possible. She bonded quickly with her foster mom, but also had some snuggles for her foster dad too.