Browse Categories
  • Adopted Murdock in December 2006 when he was 10 Mos old. He has been the best boy ever! We just learned he has Lymphoma & are devasted. I can't imagine life without him & am hoping he responds well to treatment and lives many more months!!
  • Marie, PA
  • I lost my best friend, Evie, a year ago September. I adopted her in 2006, she was 2 years old. That sweet girl was the love of my life and I miss her dearly. Thank you MAESSR for bringing that beautiful dog into my life.
  • Carrie, VA

    Customer Testimonials
    To view a video tribute to MAESSR dogs, click here

    Hannah 9

    << Previous in Adopted Dogs 2017 Next in Adopted Dogs 2017 >>
    Entered: 07/05/2017
    Status: Adopted
    Age: 8, Born: 05/28/2009
    Color: Black/White/Tan
    Weight: 41 lbs.
    Gender: Altered Female
    Location: York, SC
    Health: UTD, HW-, overall good health, blind
    Temperament: Good with people of all ages, good with other dogs, unknown with cats

    Hannah 9's Story . . .

    Original: “She is truly a special girl that will steal someone’s heart in a half a second.”

    Hannah and three other dogs found themselves needing to be re-homed when their North Carolina owner passed away and no family members were willing to take them in. Hannah is blind and a total love bug who maneuvers well and has adapted to her foster home where she is living with two other English Springers. She has met the three year old twins and their six year old sister who live next door and loved the gentle pats and love coming from the children.
    Her foster mom showed her where her water bowls were once and now she finds them on her own.  When she hears, “potty,” she comes toward the door.  This love is completely housetrained.  She has claimed a spot on the couch and that is where she likes to lie.  She walks freely in the fenced in yard and does well on a leash.  She only barks and woo woo’s when her foster dad comes home; in spite of having had a female owner, she loves her new guy.

    The first night in her foster home Mom added an extra blanket to the dog bed on the floor of the bedroom and patted the dog bed for Hannah to lie down.  Seriously, Mom??  As soon as Hannah “saw” where the rest of the family was sleeping,  she put her two paws on the bed and whined to get up.   So, now, she sleeps in bed with her two foster parents and two resident English Springers, along with various toys, of course.

    Hannah loves to sit next to her people, be petted, talked to and loved.  She is truly a special girl that will steal someone’s heart in a half a second. Her ideal home would be with a person or a family that is looking for a cuddle bunny to sit on the couch next to them, sleep next to them in bed and just be loved. She wants to be with people and wants to be touched. She is a wonderful companion.