Hannah is 16 lbs Spaniel mix and approximately 8 months as of November 2016.
She is exceptionally adorable and everyone’s immediate reaction upon just a glance at her is to smile and laugh.
She has puppy energy, is playful, curious, affectionate and has a zest for life.
She is currently in training to have big dog manners and all the manners expected of a house dog; remember she is still a puppy. Hannah is learning that just because she is small and adorable does not mean she can do whatever she wants. She is catching on quickly and has proven to be a fast learner.
She is playing well with the other dogs at her foster home.
She is focusing her chewing energy on allocated chew toys.
She does very well in a large crate.
A home where she can spend her energy would be perfect.
Mature children, 7 years or older would be best.
If you'd like to know more about this dog please send an email to TwylasFriends@yahoo.com
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