(Read on at your own peril of wild puns; each pair’ll savage your mental stability.)
A bear is not bare but is covered in hair;
While beers ale and arty aren’t Bruin; 
When bears go out badgering one might declare
It might bee the honey they drew in?
Dog-roses and catkins aren’t fighting at all,
And the field mice in houses do dwell,
While fruit-flies on veggies voraciously fall,
Green bloodhounds those roses now smell?
For those who don’t get enough pun-nishment:
1 Brewing; 2 Honey badger; 3 June not to; 4 June no; 5 A do(o)rmouse; 6 A honey badger; 7 Beanstalks