Hope for Hannah Rescue - Hope, Help, Educate
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“What do dogs do on their day off?; Can't lie around – that's their job!”  ― George Carlin

Please join us at our next event. Check back for updates.





 The 3rd Annual Hope for Hannah Rescue Fundraiser ("Paws in the Park") is postponed until the spring of 2015.  (Originally scheduled for 9/14/14.)  

We look forward to seeing you then. 

If you are able to volunteer, make a donation, or be a sponsor for the spring fundraiser, please contact 

hopeforhannahrescue@gmail.com

Events may be subject to change unexpectedly at any time due to unexpected circumstances. If this occurs, a notice about these changes and updates will be posted on this website as soon as possible. We apologize in advance should this happen.

Please visit our Adopt-a-Pet and Petfinder pages to view our adoptable pets. 
Some pets are being fostered locally and you may be able to meet them now.

It is greatly encouraged to fill out an online Application Form.
 It is the fastest and most efficient way to get your information to us.


About pet availability and applications
Please note that the adoption list changes very frequently.  A pet may be adopted at any time. We understand it can be disappointing if your pet of interest has already been adopted, but we cannot guarantee availability for any particular pet. 

We update our listings as soon as possible, but the adoption websites may not update their sites until up to 24 hours later. Adopted pets may not show yet that they are adopted and new pets may not be listed yet. If you see a pet that interests you, please fill out an application and we will reply asap.
 
If you do not see a specific pet that interests you, please fill out an application form anyway so that 
you can give us an idea of what you are looking for and we can help you find your new family member.
 
If you are interested in fostering any of our pets, please fill out an application form.
(We are always in need of fosters and volunteers.)
 
Adopters have traveled thousands of miles to adopt our dogs.
 

We are excited and proud to announce that one of our adopted rescue dogs named Bailey was on Animal Planet's Puppy Bowl X Tailgate Party on Super Bowl Sunday 2014
 
Read about Bailey and Hope for Hannah Rescue, and watch the video on The Pocono Record newspaper website Or paste this in your browser: http://www.poconorecord.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20140202/NEWS/402020328
 
You can watch Bailey on video on  WBRE/WYOU's PA Home Page

            (That's Bailey in the foreground)
            Photo courtesy of Animal Planet®
Here's a little bit about Bailey: 
Bailey was rescued by the Hope for Hannah Rescue in May 2011. He was one of a litter of five. Sadly, three of his siblings died from canine parvovirus

Bailey was such a cute little pup, he was adopted within a few weeks. Bailey's mom, Tria Mason proudly told us, "Bailey is the most wonderful dog we have ever had!" 
 
Bailey attends dog obedience and agility classes. He's been known at these classes as one of the most intelligent, fastest learners they have ever worked with. Bailey passed his Canine Good Citizen test in April 2012 and proceeded to become a registered Therapy Dog with Therapy Dogs International. He regularly visits a local nursing/therapy center and everyone there loves him and they always look forward to seeing him. He sits calmly at the center while the residents pet him and fuss over him. Bailey's quite a star at the center, too. He performs various tricks for the residents. Bailey's tricks had a little something to do with being a star on TV.
 
Bailey is quite a busy dog. He will also be visiting a local public library where he will listen to young children read. Bailey's attendance will help boost their confidence and help the struggling readers relax and enjoy the process. 

Bailey's accomplishments are amazing. All of our rescued pets are amazing. They are a gift to every adopter, providing unconditional love and affection. As a therapy dog and landing a spot on the Puppy Bowl Tailgate Party, Bailey shows us that rescue pets are capable of doing anything!  The true meaning of all of this is that adopting a rescue pet means that you are saving a life and giving a deserving animal a new and loving home.
 
PAST EVENTS and HIGHLIGHTS
Sunday, September 22, 2013
(We look forward to seeing you at the next Hope for Hannah Rescue Fundraiser)
 
Saturday, September 28, 2013
 
Hope for Hannah Rescue Inc.
PO Box 663
Bartonsville, PA 18321
hopeforhannahrescue@gmail.com