Hanna Jane


Border Collie
Picture of Hanna Jane, a female Border Collie

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Home:Washington, GA  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 16 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 26-50 lbs


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Nicknames:
Hanna Banana, Banana Bean

Doggie Dynamics:
 Energy 
sleepyenergetic
 
 Intelligence 
sillygenius
 
 Friendliness 
aggressiveaffectionate
 
 Playfulness 
not playfulvery playful
 
 Disposition 
anxiouscalm
 

Quick Bio:
-pound dog

Birthday:
January 14th 1998

Likes:
Being included!

Pet-Peeves:
Being left at home

Favorite Toy:
A stuffed bunny

Favorite Food:
Ice cream, pouched chicken, anything that resembles a treat!

Favorite Walk:
To the farmers market

Best Tricks:
Starring in her own tv show,Counting to 5, high-five's, & frisbee catches

Arrival Story:
We owe it all to a book of matches! While deciding if we were going to adopt her from the pound - we went to dinner to talk it over, deciding if we were ready for the responsibility, lifestyle change etc. I was ready to adopt her - my husband was still debating. He opened up a book of matches and the inside cover said "You'll regret saying no." And here we are - 8 years later - with the very best dog on the planet!

Bio:
Hanna is the canine host of Pet Places. Pet Places is an independant television show featuring man and man's best friend exploring pet friendly America...one town at a time....watch the Pet Places trailer!

Forums Motto:
You'll reget saying no!

The Last Forum I Posted In:
Arthritis anybody?

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I've Been On Dogster Since:
April 5th 2007 More than 7 years!

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Dogster Id:
513953


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Traveling America!


New Episode of Pet Places!

September 19th 2009 8:13 pm
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In this episode of Pet Places, Hanna travels to North east Georgia where she meets local celebrity chef Joe Barnett. Together, Hanna & Bradley learn how to make an easy yet delicious pet friendly dinner for people & pets at the same time. Also in this episode, Hanna emabrks on an organic adventure at Tink's Grass Fed Farm in rural Wilkes County, Georgia.

Visit www.petplaces.tv to learn more about the show!

Send Hanna an email with your favorite pet place - we'd love to feature it on an upcoming episode! hanna@petplaces.tv

 

Fan Mail!

June 4th 2007 1:32 pm
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When I'm not exploring the open road & filming new pet friendly places, I like to hang out at my local farmers market. It's the best pet friendly place in my hometown and it's great not only because I have a ton of friends there but I meet new ones every day. In fact, this past Christmas I received 14 Christmas gifts - from friends at the market and I'm even starting to get mail there! I received my first postcard via the farmers market from a great friend who visits me often there! The postcard was from her recent trip to Seville, Spain and it read:

Dear Hanna:
They need you here in Spain really badly to herd the creatures like the ones in this picture (bulls!) Are you availiable? We visited an area here in Seville, that has lots of them --I think you might want to bargain for hazardous duty pay. But then again, I guess you are needed to herd us folks at the market where I hope to see you again soon. Miss you.
--M.C.

Can life get any better than this?!

Until next time,
Hanna J.

 

The life of a traveling dog!

April 11th 2007 12:41 pm
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Hey Everybody!
Ever since I was adopted from the shelter, at the young age of one, my owners and I have been travelers! Overzealous about it really, we go everywhere together , which means in my nine years of life so far I've gotten to see a lot of cool sites. I have visited more than 20 states, swam in the Atlantic Ocean, raced along side thoroughbreds in PA, cruised for lobsters off Cape Ann, MA, hiked the Green Mountains of Vermont, co-captained more than 50 private boats, ridden on a countless number of NYC commuter trains, hob-nobbed with celebrities, herded schoolchildren... Canadian geese...sheep... and just about anything else I could run circles around, and visited every Eastern coastal state at least twice! That's a lot of activity for a pup who spent the first year of her life in a cage with a drooling beagle!

During my travels I learned alot about what it means to be a dog on the go. It hasn't always been easy for a good dog like me to get a room in a hotel, get a bowl of water at a restaurant or get invited to participate in activities. Some people, some cities and some establishments were just down-right unfriendly towards me. Not very hospitable I say! But me and my owners, we pressed on...and we discovered many super friendly and super hospitable places that I could go - places where people greeted me, gave me treats, gave me a place to hang-out and offered new adventures. Places where people liked me! And better yet, they liked my owners for bringing me! Now this is the life for the traveling dog! And now, as the host of Pet Places, I can share all my adventures with you guys! We are exploring the best of pet friendly America - in hopes that all you dogs out there will be inspired to get out on the open-road and discover your own adventures. Life is more ful-filling when you all get to go!

Check out my Pet Places trailer in the dogster videop section or on my dogster page and tell me what you think! If you have any suggesstions of places to go or stories where you have been - I'd love to hear 'em.

Until next time...
Hanna J.

 
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