Hannah is on anti-inflammatory medication and on a temporary special diet, her current owners are willing to work with an adopter to help pay for some of these medical expenses.
Hannah's current guardians have taken the time to complete a questionnaire that Adopt-a-pet.com provided. The following section gives you detailed information about Hannah in the words of and directly from people that love her very much and desperately need to find her a loving home.
"She is such a sweet heart, she really is a good dog"
Activity level: Moderate/goes on 2 walks per day/playful
Adjectives to describe him: (her) Warm, great personality, cuddly, full of energy
Best qualities: Very sweet, loyal, happy; she will be your best friend
Favorite activities: Going on walks, being pet/scratched
Cute/funny quirks? She gets so excited for walks that she dances in a circle as you put her leash on.
Special toys/treats: None really, she likes anything and isn’t picky
Loud/quiet: Quiet- but she will bark when strangers come to the door; good watchdog.
What do you think the ideal home for this dog would be? Probably not young children since she is little older (but I’m not sure); her new owners should have time for her and be able to take her on walks (at least around the block) for exercise. Her new family should not be gone for extended periods of time (other than normal work hours etc.) so that she has a lot of companionship.
Medical/behavioral needs: No behavioral problems, although she has been known to steal food left on the counter! She is a REALLY good dog. Hannah has arthritis in one of her front legs and is a little overweight. She takes medication (anti-inflammatory) for this condition and is on a special diet (should be temporary). Otherwise she is in good health.
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