Hanna [ADPOPTED MARCH 27] is a 3-year-old female that came to Shorewood from a commercial breeder in Wisconsin. Hanna is a timid girl who has come a long way and will continue to grow and blossom in a calm, patient, loving, and positive environment.
Hanna is crate trained, and gets along well with other dogs. Her housetraining is nearly complete; she backslid some with the cold, snowy weather. She knows her name very well and we ask that her forever home not change it. Hanna is getting over her shyness around men, but bonds with women and is her foster mom’s snugglebug. She would likely do best with a woman as her primary caretaker. Hanna has shown an interest in chew toys and would prefer to have something in her crate when she is crated. She has learned sit and shake by imitating her foster brothers and will do almost anything for treats as she is very food motivated. She would make a great candidate for some training for confidence building in herself and her people.
Due to Hanna’s timid nature she MUST go to a home with a securely fenced in yard of wood, chain link, or vinyl construction (NO invisible/underground fences). Homes that do not meet this criteria will NOT be considered. She is a dog that thrives with others, and would do best in a home with at least 1 other dog. She also will need a crate in her forever home because she is trained to know that is her “safe place.”
She does not like the camera, but one look into her soft, sweet face and eyes and you will be hooked. Her foster home has enjoyed working with her and she looks for a forever home to help bring the sweetheart out in her so she can love them back unconditionally.