Honor is the newest and youngest addition to The Rescue for PTSD. She was donated to us on Valentine’s Day 2020 by a very generous group of patrons who bid on her at the Kiss for the Cure event benefitting The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Honor is being trained as part of what we hope will become a fantastic new Partnership with The Belles of Houston & The Lone Survivor Foundation.
So far at 9 weeks she is a very bold little girl, hanging out with the big dogs and tackling the obstacles at the agility course like a pro! She is very brave and incredibly smart for such a young pup, wanting to investigate everything, walking like a lady on her leash, chasing tennis balls and coming to her name. She will be staying with her Foster Dad until we are finished training Dallas and then she will come live with us.
Here’s the 2 month update on our fur baby, Honor. 1st pic is 29 Feb, the day Ken brought her home at 17 lbs. 2d pic is 29 April at 33 lbs. She’s obviously growing, maturing and learning new skills. Plus this last week, thanks to Laura and Aric, she had her first sleepover and swimming session. Ken think she is bored now that she is back home though.
We are so excited that Honor passed her AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy test at our June Group Lesson!
Check in on her progress on our Facebook page or see below for more of Honor’s adventures!