Hi, my names Honey Stubbs.

***Honey Stubbs is very shy and her stumps require cleaning and monitoring for wounds.***

Honey Stubbs was found severely injured as a puppy. She had been caught in a snare trap which cut off the bottom parts of her back legs. After going through something so traumatic, she a pretty shy girl but when she feels comfortable with you, she’s very loyal and loving. She really enjoys walks to the beach and getting out and about. She supports herself on her front legs but she can only walk for about 15 – 20 minutes before she needs a break. She is used to going in a pushchair when she gets tired. Shoe would love a home with a garden or a shared green space that she can enjoy. She love pets from her people and she gets along with other dogs and cats. She love to play with toys and shares nicely.

Her perfect family would be patient and let her take her time to settle in. They would like to snuggle with her (maybe on a sofa) and help her navigate the world with her disability. Her stumps don’t cause her any problems but they need to be cleaned and well taken care of . Honey is looking for a furever home with a family who don’t mind having a dog that’s a little different and understand that she won’t feel at home straight away.

About Honey Stubbs

General Information

Gender: Female
DOB:January 2022
Animal: Dog
Breed: Thai Mix
Sterilized?: Yes
Adoption Location: Anywhere
Titer Tested? No


Leash Trained: In Progress
Crate Trained: Yes
Food Trained: In Progress
House Trained: In Progress


Dog Friendly: Yes
Cat Friendly: Yes
Kid Friendly: Unknown
Energy Level: Low
Anxiety Level: Medium
Aggression Level: Low

Unfortunately, due to the new measure prohibiting the entry of commercial dogs from countries at high-risk for dog rabies, announced by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), we are unable to accept new dog adoption enquiries from Canada. All other countries are still welcome to make enquiries.

Adoption Process

1. Fill out the adoption form

2. We Review Your Application

3. We Setup a Phone Call

4. You Meet Your Animal