Nahanni has spent all of her young life in rescue, and we’d like to change that.
Rescued at two months old by a Winnipeg-area dog rescue that saves dogs from dire circumstances — like freezing and starving in rural areas — for reasons unknown she was never adopted.
After some discussion, it was decided that Nahanni would join a group of dogs headed to BC through LEASH Saving Lives.
Now she’s a West Coast girl and is ready to start her new life.
This girl, nicknamed Hanni or Nan, is a very sweet girl. At 35 pounds she is still relatively small, but has some growing to do.
She’s living with a Pug currently, but the rescue would love to see her in an active home where she can have a furry big brother to play with and learn the ropes from.
Are you someone who loves hiking and biking and running? This is your girl.
She has not been tested with cats, and would do okay with kids who are dog savvy, says LEASH.
She can be shy in new circumstances, and would benefit from someone who can give her some training and build her confidence so she can be the best girl possible.
You can meet Nahanni through LEASH Saving Lives.
They are also looking for people in BC who are able to temporarily open their homes to a dog while they find forever homes for these West Coast transplants.
In fact, Nahanni was one of eight dogs that was brought to the Vancouver area thanks to Daily Hive followers who read our story and volunteered to become foster parents.
So let’s help Nahanni reach the final stage on her journey: A happy forever home.