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Can anyone offer a quiet home to Honey for 6 to 8 weeks until she mends

RSPCA Eurobodalla Branch is urgently looking for a convalescent home for Honey, a 10-month old American Staffy, while she recovers from a badly broken leg.  Honey came from the Batemans Bay area, but was sent to Sydney for specialist vet care at RSPCA's Yagoona Shelter.  She has had surgery and is on the mend, but she is unhappy at the shelter.  After her experiences, Honey is somewhat fearful and is unsettled by the noises and other dogs in close proximity.

Honey needs a quiet, loving home for the next six to eight weeks, where she can rest and regain her health and confidence.  It would be best that she be the only dog in the household, as she should not be running, jumping or going up and down stairs. 

If you can help please contact RSPCA Eurobodalla Branch on 0429 488 200. 

Above:Honey in the clinic in Sydney


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