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- Vaccinations up to date.
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- Other dogs, children.
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Meet Hannah Talbot - Sweet baby
Update- Hannah has finally completed her heart worm treatment. She did amazing. She will be getting spayed in another month. She loves going for walks and is improving on her leash walking. She does occasionally pull when she sees a squirrel, but redirects easily. She getting better at playing fetch, loves her chew toys, and snuggling in bed.
She is extremely happy when her foster mom takes in a litter of puppies so that she can play with them. She is a wonderful an caring foster mom. She loves to run with them and show them the ropes. Does a great job with teaching them about appropriate behaviors.
Not quite sure why she is still available for adoption, but to be honest she is a joy to foster and take care of. I know her forever family is out there and she has been waiting for the right one.
Update- Hannah is doing wonderful. Hasn’t had an accident in weeks. She is working on simple commands. She loves her people. Needs a slow introduction to other dogs. She sleeps in bed with her best friend jimmy(resident pit). She loves to take walks, working on pulling. Her favorite thing to do is lounging on the couch.
Introducing Hannah Talbot!!!This sweet girl arrived from Georgia a couple of weeks ago. She was very pregnant when she arrived to Pennsylvania. Hannah gave birth to 9 beautiful babies. She is an awesome momma and did a great job keeping them safe and healthy.
Hannah is a American bulldog/hound mix. She is thought to be around 2 years old. Hannah is doing fabulously with crate and house training. She knows how to sit and loves to lounge on the couch. She loves carrying her stuffed baby and does well with other dogs. She will chase a ball, but is still trying to master bring it back.
Unfortunately She is heart worm positive. She has just begun treatment and will need to get spayed 2 months after my treatment is completed; all financially covered by Wags Rescue. She is fully vetted. She is now beginning her search for her forever home that will love and spoil her like she truly deserves. She is now accepting applications.
Bully breed criteria to applies to adopt
To Begin the adoption process please, fill out our online application. Go to WAGSRESCUE.COM and CLICK on adoption form.
Please call Susan @ 267-312-3372 or Colleen @ 267-238-7892 if you have questions
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Hannah Talbot - Sweet baby