Internet friends, help us spread the word!  Someone out there is missing a dog we like to call, “Honey, the Sungevity Superdog.”

Blake (one of our Project Managers) and some coworkers found her in Jack London Square last Friday. After getting to know her a bit they named her Honey, which is not an homage to a classic Mariah Carey song, but rather a hint at how sweet she is!  They gave posters to the Oakland SPCA, and put posters all over downtown Oakland, but so far no one has called.

Honey is approx 1 1/2 yrs old, a mixed breed, and approximately 50 pounds.  She is not microchipped and her collar didn’t have a tag on it.  According to people in the area, Honey had been seen the previous week wandering around all over Oakland, Telegraph/29th, Broadway/30th, Broadway/10th.

Unfortunately, the current Sungevity Foster Parent can not keep her any longer and she needs a new home ASAP (ideally by tomorrow).  Can you help us get the word out and connect Honey to her rightful owner?  She’s a total sweetheart and someone out there must be heartbroken that she’s gone.  Please spread this blog post to all of your social networks if you live in the Bay Area or have a lot of Bay Area friends.

Honey is very friendly with kids, babies, adults (men and women), and comfortable with noise.  She is house trained, but currently in heat.  She is great in the car and okay on a leash (she pulls a bit, but not too bad).  Most importantly, she loves to give hugs, cuddle and play fetch.

If we can’t find her owner then we will need someone to foster her or adopt her.  If you’re interested then please leave a comment and I will connect you to Blake.

Posted by Bliss Dennen

Bliss served as Sungevity's social media and brand manager at a critical moment in Sungevity's history, helping successfully grow the Rooftop Revolution to the Eastern Seaboard.

One Comment

  1. What a beauty. If the owner isn’t found, and nobody steps forward to foster/adopt, I would suggest if she has to be taken to a shelter, she should be taken to the Berkeley shelter. They are amazing with pit bulls (I adopted mine through them a few years ago). Good luck, Honey!

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