Hannah – Medical Hold

Hannah - Pug Rescue of Florida

Hi everyone — we are happy to introduce Hannah!

This sweet girl is quite the “Chatty Cathy” and loves to tell you all about what she’s thinking. If you follow our Pug Rescue of Florida Facebook page you may remember this adorable video from a couple of months ago. Hannah had spent the day with our friends at South Seminole Animal Hospital and she couldn’t wait to tell her foster mom EVERYTHING that happened 😉

Click here to see and listen to Hannah’s vet debriefing!

Hannah came into rescue due to her family moving out of state. Unfortunately she wasn’t in great health when she first arrived at Pug Rescue. She had undiagnosed diabetes and we’ve been working hard over the past couple of months to get her stable. She requires 2 insulin shots a day (she doesn’t mind at all). One with each meal, and is on a prescription diabetic food. The great news is that she is feeling much better these days and after her most recent glucose curve she was even given the go ahead to get her not so pearly whites cleaned-up in order to impress her future forever family!

Hannah - Pug Rescue of Florida

In general Hannah is a larger pug but her foster mom is working to trim her weight a few more pounds (you know Hannah has something to say about that too, but she is cooperating). She has some slight ataxia in her back legs due to a bulging disc (it means she is sometimes a little wobbly when she walks). The doctor says that could get better as she loses weight and gets some pressure off of her spine. No worries, nothing slows her down! She gets along with everyone and is a true “velcro pug”. She loves to be with her person!

Hannah’s adoption fee is $100 and would need to go to a home without stairs and with a fenced in yard would be preferable.

If you would like to have a chat with this lovely lady fill out the adoption application today!

 

Complete an adoption application here. If you love me but can’t adopt me, please send a donation to help pay medical bills for not just me but my fellow foster brothers and sisters. They sure could use it!