Pet Adoption | Hanna or Oreo? Both Are Sweet!

This beautiful “Oreo” pup is Hanna, a young adult American Staffordshire Terrier who is just about a sweet as the cookie that she looks like. 

A very playful girl who enjoys foot chases with lizards, getting her leash tangled with human legs and the inevitable butt scratch. She may require a home without kitties, but just about anything or anyone else is A-OK in her book. A delightful, medium sized girl with a sturdy figure, Hanna’s quest in life is to be a lap dog – or perhaps a bed-hog-dog. In any case, as long as she’s got a human to talk to her, tell her how pretty she is and take her on an occasional walk, she’ll hand out rewards like bestowing the biggest smiles, the slurpiest kisses and the most delightful groans of appreciation one could ever hope for.

Some interesting facts on the Nabisco cookie that we all enjoy dunking: It was introduced in 1912 and is the best-selling cookie in the US. The origin of the name Oreo is unknown, but one of the hypotheses is that it’s a derivative from the French word or, meaning gold. Originally produced as the Oreo Biscuit, it was launched as an imitation of the Hydrox cookie. The sweet was renamed in 1921 to Oreo Sandwich and then in 1974 it became the Oreo Chocolate Sandwich Cookie, which it remains to this day. Whatever the name, however much stuffing and every which color and size, Americans just love them. And upon meeting Miss Hanna, you will love her too.

To meet this sweet cookie with the crème filling, please call Animal Control of Aransas County at: 361-790-0151 for an appointment.

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