Niner A Labrador Dog | Hannah The Pet Society - Portland

Hannah Pet Looking For a Home


Breed: Labrador
Age: 3
Gender: Male


Meet Niner the wonder-Lab! Niner is a 3 year old yellow Lab looking for his forever home. He currently lives with two other dogs and a cat, and does well with everyone. Niner is super loving and eager to please. He would benefit from someone who can work with him on a refresher course in the basics of dog training. He’d love to be your adventure buddy on walks, hikes and trips to the park. This dog loves to play with sturdy durable toys that he can chew and chase. He thinks of himself as more of a lap dog than a large dog, and he will sometimes try to join you for a good cuddle. If you have ever loved a Lab before, you’ll know that he will need space to play, and someone who can find fun ways to channel all that lovable Labrador energy! If you are interested in meeting Niner please call us today!

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Contact Hannah The Pet Society (360) 816-8000

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Niner is a Hannah Pet

These great Hannah Pets are looking for a new home, generally because the current Hannah Pet Parent has experienced a change in life circumstance. All of these Pets have passed Hannah's comprehensive medical and behavioral exam, and we normally have extensive medical and other information regarding the Pet.

If you are interested in learning more about one of these Pets, please call 971-717-6023. While we do our best to keep this page updated on a timely basis, we cannot guarantee that any Pet has not already been adopted or that it is still available.

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Nearly two weeks ago I took my dog to another clinic and she was diagnosed with Pyometra and I was told she would die that day without surgery. I couldn't afford the $3,800 they wanted. . . A week later and my fur baby was still alive and fighting. Finally I ran across Hannah. . . From the moment I walked in with my insanely thin and ill dog, I was treated with respect and compassion. They didn't hesitate to take care of my fur baby, blood work, X-ray, IV with fluids before I even gave them payment information. My dog is alive, back home, after days of surgery and hospital care, for a fraction of the cost the other vet wanted, and payments spread over the next 12-months. I also, now, will never have to experience this again because for my monthly fee and membership my dog will have great veterinarian care for the rest of her life, no matter what financial obstacles are thrown at me. . .

Jennifer H. June 2016