Name: Hannah Sex: Female Breed: Brindle Boxer Mix DOB: Jan 2019 Weight: TBD Good with: People and dogs. Not tested with kids or cats Adoptable in MA and NH She just turned one year old on in January.å%A0 Her father is a Brindle boxer and we aren't sure of the mothers breed.å%A0å%A0Hannah's owners divorced leaving Hannah (who was named Horatio as a puppy because they thought she was a boy) and her parents behind. Hannah was in a very small pen with a crate in the middle of the pen with shingles only onå%A0 top of the crate.å%A0 No covering on the top or sides of the pen. The pen was so small that she only had about 2 feet in front of the crate and less on the sides and back to walk. She was a sad and underweight little girl. The first time her foster got her out to walk she wanted back in the pen, guess that's all she knew.å%A0 The second time she did better. When Hannah first got to her foster, she didn't seem to know how to play with the other dogs, but her tail came up in a very short time. She was food aggressive at first, but after a few days she was fine.å%A0 She has turned out to be a precious girl and is doing great with all other dogs.å%A0 If you are interested in adopting, please fill out an application atå%A0survivortails.orgå%A0or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.