Hannah and Heidi were found in an abandoned house in the mountains when they were about 2 months old. Many pet owners in Taiwan still lack the concept of spaying/neutering their pets, and oftentimes, after their dogs give birth, the owners would take the puppies (and sometimes even moms) and dump them in remote areas. We guessed what was the fate of Heidi and Hannah. One of the rescuers that has been working on TNR (Trap, Neuter/Spay, and Release) for the local stray population for more than 10 years noticed them and did not believe these puppies were born to these local strays.
Hannah is shy when meeting new people or being in a new environment. However, it takes her very little time to open up to people such as her foster family. She likes to spend time around her (foster) family. She is sweet, smart and a great memory! She learns fast! If she’s with strangers apart from people she already met, it might take a few visits for her to be comfortable with them. Hannah loves children and gets along with them great. She will do well in a family with children. Hannah is fine with bathing, nail trimming. She is still a bit scared of the blow dryer but would allow you to use it to dry her.
If you are interested in Hannah, please fill out the adoption application. We will get back to you as soon as we can to share any additional information you would like to know about Hannah!