Honey, a 3-month-old terrier and chihuahua mix, and Winston, a 15-week-old beagle mix, are both sweet and loving puppies who need permanent homes.
Honey won't grow to be too big, but she has a "big dog" feel in her small frame, and she wants to please.
Before arriving at the Lovejoy Foundation, Honey was found abandoned in South Central Los Angeles.
Winston, who will grow to be about 25 to 30 pounds, loves to chase anything and everything that moves. He's very affectionate, and sometimes will howl.
Winston was thrown out of a moving car on a highway on the way to Las Vegas and broke his leg. By the time he arrived at the Lovejoy Foundation, his leg had already set.
Both puppies would do well in a home with older children and other dogs. Because puppies will nip and bite at children's hands, they don't do well in households with children under age 6.
Their new owners would have to be patient, since Honey and Winston are young puppies.
Both puppies are on their way to being fully housebroken and up-to-date on medical care.
The Lovejoy Foundation is a Redondo Beach-based organization that holds weekly pet adoptions at on Aviation Boulevard in Hermosa Beach.