Honey and Noah - Currently in Foster Care in NSW

image These two golden Goldies have lived together harmoniously since they were youngsters and their family is keen that this situation continues in their forever home. Nine year old Honey and eight year old Noah are half siblings and eat their meals and chew on their bones in close proximity without any problems and it is obvious that they are happy to spend their day together. Both dogs are overweight and will need to be on a diet.
While these two Goldies share a parent their personalities are quite different as their photos show. Noah is more serious and loves cuddles and attention while Honey who always has a smile on her face is more subdued to the point of being aloof. Honey loves to swim while Noah is a paddler and while Honey tolerates riding in the car, Noah is not so keen. Honey is not a barker but Noah will bark to alert that someone is around. However, they are both frightened of cats and do not like storms but are not destructive. Honey walks nicely on lead while Noah likes to be out in front and because of an incident when Noah was attacked by another dog while out on a walk when he was younger Noah is very aware to the point of being aggressive when on lead. Off lead Honey is fine with the other dogs but Noah prefers that dogs don’t approach him.
It is obvious that Honey and Noah have received plenty of love and plenty of food and they are now on a restricted diet. Once they drop those extra kilos they will feel much better. Both dogs are used to being left on their own in the backyard during the day and are not diggers. They are looking forward to becoming part of another loving family.
Image Honey and Noah come microchipped, desexed, vaccinated, heartworm tested and treated for heart worm, intestinal worms and fleas.
Honey and Noah require a home where:
• they are the only dogs and there are no cats or other pets,
• members of the family have had previous experience training dogs,
• no horses or other live stock,
• all members of the household are adults (over 18 years) and no regular visiting young children.
If you meet these criteria above and would like to open your heart and home to these gorgeous Goldens please complete the questionnaire on the Current Rescues page and email to: mail@grr.org.au
To assist GRR in finding the perfect fit for Honey and Noah only applicants who meet ALL of the criteria listed on this poster will be considered for adoption. Applicants who do not meet all the criteria listed will not receive a reply.
Thank you, we look forward to hearing from you.