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Australian Cattle Dog/Blue Heeler / Mixed (medium coat) :: Female (spayed) :: Young
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Sweet girl looking for pawrents and a fur-siblign!

Come meet  HANNAH  and other great adoptable cats and dogs at this weekend’s events:

Saturday (Mar. 16) from 12-2 pm at the Pet Valu (7723 Tuckerman Ln, Potomac,  MD  20854)

Sunday (Mar. 17) from 12-3 pm at the PetSmart in Gaithersburg (218 Kentlands Boulevard, Gaithersburg,  MD  20878)


Name: Hannah     Best Guess for Breed: lab mix   

Best Guess for Age: 8 months as of January 2019     SEX: female

Approximate Weight: 35 lbs as of January 2019

Gets Along With: other dogs and cats! 

Special considerations: Hannah needs to live in a home that already has a dog! She needs to build her confidence and learn the ropes so she doesn't feel as shy. As a result, she also should not live with kids under 10.

Currently Living at: DC area foster home

I’m Looking For: A forever family that already has a doggie sibling for me to learn from and play with. I'd love a family that will take me on long walks, let me go to the dog park every day, and will snuggle up with me on the couch after a long day of adventure! I'm just a young pup and I have a lot to learn still, so I'll need you to help me learn manners by taking me to obedience class and making sure I'm well socialized. I'd love for you to find a trainer, too, who can help make sure I learn all the things I need to and become more confident.  I'll also need you to make sure I have a few chances each week to play with friends and get all my energy out! In return, I'll give you lots of kisses and all my love! 

What My Foster Says About Me: Hannah is a very easy dog -- very sweet and gentle. She is a bit timid around people but is learning that people can give her nice things such as petting and treats!  Hannah is drawn to other dogs, which gives her comfort. She'll need to live with another confident canine brother or sister to show her the ropes.  She is wonderful with cats and seems to do okay with kids, although they can scare her if they are loud.  Hannah is OK in her crate when you are out of the house, but likes to be in the same room as her people when you are home.  She is doing very well with house training!  She will need some time to adjust initially to her new family but once she is comfortable she will make an easy, loyal, and loving dog for some lucky family!

Lucky Dog cannot guarantee any particular dog is housebroken.  All our dogs are working on crate training. 

TO ADOPT: Download our Adoption Questionnaire and email it to Meghan W at The adoption fee for Hannah is $350, which includes the cost of routine vetting, including vaccinations and spay/neuter.

Lucky Dog Animal Rescue does our best to provide accurate information about the dogs we have for adoption. That said, we cannot make any guarantees about age, breed or temperament.

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About Hannah

  • FLRN-FD-19-0146
  • Adopted!
  • Dog
  • White with Tan, Yellow or Fawn
  • Coatlength: Medium
  • Good with Dogs
  • Good with Cats
  • Up-to-date with Vaccines
  • More About Hannah

    Not Housetrained
    Contact Name: Meghan Whittaker
    Contact Email: