Bay Of Islands Animal Rescue proudly presents…Hana! Hana is 9 months old and is a Staffi X, she is currently in foster care loving family life in Mangawhai Hana is smart girl in the short time she has been in foster care she has learnt to sit and lay down, and is learning walking on the lead well. And is also crate trained for night sleeping. Hana gets on great with other dogs, and has been superb around very young children, she is a loyal girl and will always not to far from you.
As with all rescue dogs, Hana will need some time to settle in and will need some further training, She will be de-sexed, vaccinated, micro-chipped, treated for parasites and in good health when she goes to her forever home.
Please call her foster Sarah on 0272999528 or email us.
The adoption fee for Hana is $350
A few words from Hana’s diary…
Hana here. That’s Haaana, not Hanna, just so you know. It means happy and boy I am happy!
I wanted to say hi and tell you about me. I am soo smart — mum always tells me I am clever and calls me wigglebum coz I get soo happy when she tells me so.
I can sit and I do downs but only for treats (I’m not silly). I am crate trained for night times but I get to sleep anywhere during the day at home.
Mum says I’m really bad on the lead because I’m just so interested in EVERYTHING going on around me, I don’t pull though, so she shouldn’t really complain.
Oh and I love my friends! I have a best Doggy friend called Jess and she is so cool – a farm dog who is showing me how to be pretty chill. I’m pretty scared of cows but I’m getting better (they are really big!). Cats scare me too but that’s coz my sister is not very nice!
I do bark sometimes when I hear noises but I’m trying to get better with that – noises are scary! I definitely need snuggles from mum when I get a fright too.
Oh and did I mention that I love following my mum everywhere? Even the shower and toilet. I just want her to know I’m here and I don’t forget her. She thinks it is weird but oh well.
Well.. I can’t keep chatting, I got naps to have!
We ensure that all the animals we re-home are de-sexed, vaccinated, treated for parasites and are in good health.
A re-homing fee is charged to help us recoup part of the cost of your pet’s care during their stay with us, but by no means does this cover the full cost. Therefore we are always delighted to receive donations no matter how small!
The fee for this dog is $300.
For more information about our re-homing process please click here.