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Why are there so few dogs available?

Almost Home Dachshund Rescue Society members may have more dogs available for rescue than those featured on the site. Often, as soon as a dog enters foster care and is evaluated and provided necessary veterinary care, it moves immediately to a forever home that was pre-approved and just waiting for him or her to become available. Please note, all dogs are spayed/neutered unless otherwise noted.

We encourage you to please complete our online adoption application so members are aware of who you are and the specific kind of dachshund in which you are interested. We can then begin your approval process and let you know, when the right dog is rescued, that s/he is waiting for you!

Of course, this doesn’t mean you shouldn’t continue to watch this site for new arrivals, as often the dog we think we are waiting for is very different from the one with whom we fall in love!

New! Please consider sponsoring one of our available dogs! Read more info here.
If you sponsor a dog and forget to include the name or any notes in the message area, please feel free to contact our webmaster to update the page correctly.

Adopting Through AHDRS
Adoption Application Form

 

Sponsored by:
None at this time
Name: Max #2

Location: Indiana

Adoption Fee
: $200
 
Max #2 is a very handsome 3 year old that weighs between 10 and 11 pounds. Max was surrendered to a vet clinic and we took it from there.

Max does not care for other dogs. He would much prefer to be the king of the castle. He is crate trained and once he settles in he is house trained as well. It takes Max time to warm up to people. We think he was not socialized very well. He is very growly and will guard his crate until he is comfortable.

Once he trusts you, Max is a fun little guy that loves to play. He will also watch TV with you or just keep you company. A home with no kids would be best for this guy and someone that can take the time to let him settle in and begin to trust.
If you have a home for Max #2, please contact his foster mom/a> and complete an adoption application online indicating your preference. If you have never adopted through a rescue organization before, please read Adopting Through AHDRS.
Foster: Vicki Carlo
Email: vcarlo51@msn.com

Sponsored by:
None at this time
Name: Max #1

Location: Indiana

Adoption Fee
: $150
 
Max #1 came into rescue with his housemate. They found a home together and were doing great when his housemate ruptured a disc and had to be euthanized. Max did well as an only dog, but his adopter "went on vacation" and left him with a co-worker. She never returned. Luckily we got Max back and he is doing fine but he needs a new home that won't abandon him.

Max is 8 years old and weighs 17.5 pounds. He is a very stocky boy! He is current on all vaccines, neutered and current on heartworm and flea preventative.

Max does fine with other dogs, although he would love to be the only dog so he could have all the attention. He loves his people and would be fine with older kids that respect his space. He doesn't like being picked up, but we have worked hard with him and he will now let you do it.

Nail trims and blood draws will probably always require a muzzle, although he has improved a bit in that area, too. He is crate trained and house trained. Right now he is being treated for a UTI so he has a few more days of antibiotics. He is also on a diet to help prevent urinary crystals.

Max just wants someone to love him and be there for him.
If you want to be the one to be there for Max #1, please contact his foster mom and complete an adoption application online indicating your preference. If you have never adopted through a rescue organization before, please read Adopting Through AHDRS.
Foster: Vicki Carlo
Email: vcarlo51@msn.com

Sponsored by:
None at this time
Name: Tuga

Location: Philadelphia, PA

Adoption Fee
: $200
 
Say hello to Miss Tuga, a unique and adorable doxie/pug mix! Tuga is 7 years old and a chubby yet muscular 25 pounds. Her new family will need to keep her on the road back to her girlish figure. Luckily, Tuga really enjoys leash-walking.

Tuga is a happy girl who loves people of all ages, inspite of her scary experience being left in a shelter after her owner passed. She gets along with the dogs in her foster home, though she is more of a people person.

Tuga is a great companion for a little exercise and some TV watching too!
If you want Tuga to be your new exercise partner, please contact her foster mom and complete an adoption application online indicating your preference. If you have never adopted through a rescue organization before, please read Adopting Through AHDRS.
Foster: Janet Sailor Tobin
Email: janetsailortobin@comcast.net

Sponsored by:
None at this time
Name: Coach

Location: Bensalem, PA

Adoption Fee
: $250
 
Meet chocolate chiweenie boy Coach!

This unique looking boy has the doxie personality, as well as a long body and snout! Coach was left in a shelter after his owner passed away. He is 7 years old and a chubby 16 pounds. We're working on getting his boyish figure back. His new family should be on board to continue.

Coach sure does have doxie traits. He can be feisty but easily won over with sweet talk and belly rubs. Then he's your buddy and gives lots of kisses.

Coach gets along with the dogs in his foster home. The ideal home for him will not include an alpha male dog. Coach does not start trouble, but he'll not back down from any tossed his way!

Coach loves to cuddle on the sofa with his people, has good potty skills and walks well on a leash. He's a very nice companion and so deserves his own home!
If you want Coach to be your cuddle companion, please contact his foster mom and complete an adoption application online indicating your preference. If you have never adopted through a rescue organization before, please read Adopting Through AHDRS.
Foster: Janet Sailor Tobin
Email: janetsailortobin@comcast.net

Sponsored by:
None at this time
Name: Gerry

Location: Andalusia, PA

Adoption Fee
: $350
 
This striking red boy is Gerry, who is 7 years old and 11 pounds of doxie personality.

Gerry ended up in a shelter when his family said they couldn't take him with them. He was sad, shocked, and it's taken him time to get used to the change. Gerry was very unsure when he came to his foster home. It took time for him to warm up to his foster parents. He needs a patient, doxie savvy owner.

Gerry has been known to chase cats. He gets along with the dogs in his foster home, likes to cuddle up in a doggie bed with one or more, but his play time is alone or with his person with toys and balls!
If you think you're that person, please contact his foster mom and complete an adoption application online indicating your preference. If you have never adopted through a rescue organization before, please read Adopting Through AHDRS.
Foster: Janet Sailor Tobin
Email: janetsailortobin@comcast.net

Sponsored by:
David H Thomas II..Nov & Dec
Name: Phoenix

Location: Andalusia, PA

Adoption Fee
: $325
 
Phoenix is a handsome piebald sweetheart who so wants his own forever home after his owner passed away.

Feenie is gentle, loving, even quiet. He's very affectionate and really loves company. Feenie is 6 years old, and is a bit chubby at 16 pounds. He has a tiny head, and needs to lose several pounds, so his new family will need to be on board with continuing to feed Feenie the proper amount of high quality/protein canine kibble.

Feenie is such a nice boy -- and he's a great companion!
If you want Feenie to be your companion, please contact his foster mom and complete an adoption application online indicating your preference. If you have never adopted through a rescue organization before, please read Adopting Through AHDRS.
Foster: Janet Sailor Tobin
Email: janetsailortobin@comcast.net

Sponsored by:
Keeley Bryant - Nov
James Strouse - Nov - Apr
Jamie Stroble - Nov - Dec
Name: Tipsy

Location: Central NC

Adoption Fee
: $100
 
Tipsy is a 14 year old longhair red dachshund that is seeking a lap and a recliner — with a comfy human to snuggle! Tipsy’s mom passed away 2 years ago when a family member stepped in to care for him. Sadly, that family member fell on hard times and needed help for Tipsy because she knew that she could no longer take care of him the way that he deserved! She went to the shelter to ask that they euthanize him because she did not know any other place to turn. The shelter told her about rescue and gave her our contact information — and we opened our arms to this sweet boy! When he came into rescue he was missing a great deal of his fur after having battled infestations of fleas for 2 years — his fur is now growing back (and thankfully the fleas are all gone). Tipsy’s name is very fitting as is kind of “tipsy” when he walks — although he gets along perfectly well! It is likely the result of a former back injury long ago that has just given him plenty of character!

Even though this boy is old (and deaf) — he is happy as he can be! There is nothing medically wrong with Tipsy beyond just being an old boy. He gets along very well with other dogs, cats, kids and humans — and he is house trained! He is well beyond his puppy years and settled in the years full of snuggles and lots of love! Tipsy is one of the easiest fosters — and he is very adaptable.

Tipsy is neutered, current on vaccinations and heartworm negative — ready to find his retirement home where he can spend his days snuggling his new human.
If you want to bring this boy into your family, please contact his foster mom and complete an adoption application online indicating your preference. If you have never adopted through a rescue organization before, please read Adopting Through AHDRS.
Foster: Alison Schwartz
Email: arhschwartz@gmail.com

Sponsored by:
None at this time
Name: Harvey

Location: Central NC

Adoption Fee
: $200
 
 Handsome Harvey landed himself in the slammer for really just being his breed! This adorable red smooth small standard dachshund at 17 pounds seems to see himself in the mirror as 70 pounds (what dachshund doesn’t inflate their size a bit). Harvey’s surrender form literally states that he was surrendered for picking a fight with the much larger dog in his former home.

Lucky for Harvey, the shelter where he landed keeps his foster mom on speed dial and they quickly called for him to come into rescue. As soon as Harvey entered the doors of his foster home he instantly seemed to be comforted as he was surrounded by other dachshunds and humans that know dachshunds — and we have seen nothing but a very loving little boy who was likely very misunderstood in his former home. Harvey has absolutely adored all of the humans he has met in his foster home (including the littlest humans too). Harvey is 100% house trained, a professional kisser, lap sitter and bed snuggler! He loves to run around outside equally as much as he loves to play with his foster fur-siblings. The only thing we have seen that even remotely could be classified as “aggression” is that Harvey does not like the other dogs to come near him when he is eating (a good healthy 4-5 foot distance is preferred). Once done with his food — he could careless — he just doesn’t want to risk missing a bite of his delicious meals. This aggression does not seem to carry over to the adult humans in his foster home — but truly it is an issue that is very easy to navigate since his meals are only 2 times daily and last about a total of 5 minutes out of 24 hours! Harvey is leash trained and loves to go everywhere with his humans. Due to his issues in his former home we have been working to contain some anxiety issues — Harvey sometimes gets 'talkative’ aka barking when you first get home but he is learning to calm down and relax! Harvey would love to have a home with other dachshunds as he does love to wrestle and play.

UPDATE: Harvey was adopted out to a home where he encountered issues much like were experienced in his surrendering home. He was returned to rescue where he has been going through training with Off-Leash K9. Harvey has done beautifully in training but still suffers from crate anxiety. He would do best in a home where he has a fenced yard, a structured home and someone very familiar with the dachshund breed. Harvey’s training continues once his adopters are found — and can be used for “touch ups” for the rest of his life.

Harvey is a beautiful small standard — a size rarely seen in dachshund rescue! For a home that is active and loves the dachshund personality — Harvey is perfection! He is precisely a dachshund in both stature and personality, and is adored in his foster home. Harvey has been neutered, had a dental, is microchipped and current on all vaccinations — just waiting on his dachshund loving adoptive home to come along for him! All applicants will be reviewed but any adopters must travel to adopt Harvey from his foster mom as he will not be put on a transport.
If you want to bring this amazing boy into your family, please contact his foster mom and complete an adoption application online indicating your preference. If you have never adopted through a rescue organization before, please read Adopting Through AHDRS.
Foster: Alison Schwartz
Email: arhschwartz@gmail.com

Sponsored by:
None at this time
Name: Sampson and Delilah

Location: Central NC

Adoption Fee
: $200
 
Sampson and Delilah are indeed an odd couple and their story of landing in dachshund rescue is a love story at it’s best! This pair was dumped at a shelter after having obviously been mistreated. Left on death row, Sampson was acting out because he was scared so dachshund rescue was called. When we pulled Sampson, we did not realize how bonded Delilah was to him — but that bond became evident quickly as she stopped eating once he was gone and became despondent without him. So back we went to retrieve Delilah, the American Bulldog hound mix, that was desperate to know where her friend had gone. We are hoping to place this pair together in a home ready to take on a ready made dog family — as they would really love to live out the good life in a home together. Here is a little about each one of them:

Sampson is a 3 year old black dachshund (possibly lab) mix that is about 20 pounds. When he first came into rescue Sampson was scared and nippy — but he has bloomed in his foster home and has turned into a silly little guy who likes belly rubs and snuggles. Sampson is still a little distrustful with fast movements but he is learning that no one is ever going to hit him ever again — that his days of living in fear are over! Sampson is leash trained and house trained — and even crate trained! Sampson is neutered, heartworm negative, has recently had a dental and current on all vaccinations. He is fine with other dogs but prefers a home where he and Delilah can be together forever (and no cats please, Delilah thinks they look like good things to chase). Because Sampson is afraid of fast movements, we prefer a home with no small children.

And speaking of Delilah, this 50 pounds of bullish love is a gentle giant! In her foster home she is completely adored. She does a special little dance when her foster mom comes home that makes it known that she thinks the world of the people that saved her life. Delilah has spent all 5-6 years of her life living on a chain and having babies. All of her teeth are ground down and broken off — likely from chewing on the only thing readily available, a chain. Delilah was pretty skinny when she came into rescue but her appetite is great and she makes good use of the 3rd meal she gets every day! Delilah does well with most other dogs unless they are bossy — Delilah does not do well with bossy dogs and will not hesitate to tell them they are being too bossy (she is a member of the fun police unless it is her having the fun). In her foster home she does well with the other dachshunds but sometimes forgets that they are not squeaky toys and she cannot paw at them. Delilah is house trained and leash trained — and loves to go for walks. Delilah has now been spayed but sadly is heartworm positive. She is set to begin her heartworm treatment at the end of October but we are beginning our search for her home since we know that might take some time given she and Sampson would prefer to stay together! A home local to Greensboro, NC could adopt them as she goes through treatment (and rescue will pay for her treatment). Delilah is spayed and current on all of her vetting — just ready to find her forever home where she can begin her new leash on life with her best friend, Sampson.

A local home (or one close enough to travel to Greensboro NC for the heartworm treatments) is preferred for this adorable pair. They will fill a home with so much love and we look forward to their fairy "tail”ending. A fenced yard is preferred for this duo! They would be okay in a home with older, respectful children — Delilah does well with the children in her foster home but Sampson is still a little fearful so we would prefer 10+ aged children (or no kids).
If you want to welcome this duo into your family, please contact their foster mom and complete an adoption application online indicating your preference. If you have never adopted through a rescue organization before, please read Adopting Through AHDRS.
Foster: Alison Schwartz
Email: arhschwartz@gmail.com

Sponsored by:
None at this time
Name: Rusty

Location: Bensalem, PA

Adoption Fee
: $200
 
This handsome heartthrob is Rusty -- and he will steal your heart away quickly!

Rusty had a tough time being left in a shelter when his owner became ill. He had always been the apple of his mama's eye, and there he was all alone. Rusty took a little time to get used to his foster home and now is a happy little man with a big, loving greeting whenever he sees his foster parents!

Rusty is just 9 pounds of tender love. He's said to be 12 years old but does not have much gray at all for a red doxie! He's a quiet, well-mannered boy with good potty habits.

Rusty gets along with the dogs in his foster home but would be very happy to have a human or two to call his own. His favorite way to spend his time is on your lap!
If you want him in your lap, please contact his foster mom and complete an adoption application online indicating your preference. If you have never adopted through a rescue organization before, please read Adopting Through AHDRS.
Foster: Janet Sailor Tobin
Email: janetsailortobin@comcast.net

Sponsored by:
Theresa Rohacek - Oct - Dec
Belinda Thibodaux - Nov - Dec
Rebecca Randolph - Nov
Name: Gretchen

Location: Philadelphia, PA

Adoption Fee
: $175
 
This smiling face belongs to happy doxie girl Gretchen! At 12 years old, she's a grand senior lady, who still has a good bit of energy and enjoys leash walking almost as much as she does cuddling.

Gretchen is a sturdy gal at 18 pounds. She found herself in a shelter with her pug friend when their owner became ill.

Gretchen gets along with the dogs in her foster home but does not like to share her food. She loves her people.
If your heart and home are up for welcoming a grateful older gal, please contact her foster mom and complete an adoption application online indicating your preference. If you have never adopted through a rescue organization before, please read Adopting Through AHDRS.
Foster: Janet Sailor Tobin
Email: janetsailortobin@comcast.net

Sponsored by:
Connie Denham...Oct '16-April '18
Name: Caoba

Location: Andalusia, PA

Adoption Fee
: $150
 
This handsome hunk of happiness is chiweenie Caoba, who is 10 years old and 15 chubby pounds of fun and lots of love! He needs to continue to lose some weight.

Caoba's unusual name can be shortened to Cai or Obie; his foster mom is deciding which he likes best. Either way, he's so glad to be out of the shelter. Kennels make Caoba sad, and he howls while there.

Caoba so loves people, attention, hugging, cuddling. He gets along with the dogs in his foster home but does not want to share food. What doxie does! Caoba lets you know he's feeling really good by rolling on his back, wiggling up/down and side to side at the same time!
If you want to make this boy happy, please contact his foster mom and complete an adoption application online indicating your preference. If you have never adopted through a rescue organization before, please read Adopting Through AHDRS.
Foster: Janet Sailor Tobin
Email: janetsailortobin@comcast.net
 

Sponsored by:
Stacey Lindenbaum - Oct-March
Name: Pippa

Location: Central NC

Adoption Fee
: $250
 
Meet Pippa, a 5 year old miniature 8 pound black and tan dapple dachshund, might be small in stature but she makes up for it in personality! This little girl is full of herself and needs someone prepared to keep up with her doxie’tude. Pippa was surrendered to rescue by a kind person who had intercepted Pippa from being surrendered to the local pound. In her former home Pippa spent a great deal of time (sometimes 10+ hours) in her kennel so now it is time to find this girl a home that will give her the time and patience she so greatly needs!

Pippa is a delightful little girl but she is known to be a bit bossy (a true alpha girl)! She gets along well with other dogs but can be quite possessive of her belongings (she will guard her crate, toys and food from other dogs — but her guarding can be easily managed by someone familiar with the hard-headedness of dachshunds). In addition to guarding them, Pippa has been known to “mark” her area to proclaim that it is hers — but in her foster home, as she has settled in, this issue has started to subside. However, her adoptive home needs to be prepared to continue to work with Pippa’s house training issues — but the benefit is that Pippa loves going in her crate. Pippa LOVES toys and to play — and once she warms up, this girl is the most loyal companion you could ever wish to have! Pippa does seem to prefer women over men, but a patient and persistent (and gentle) man could win her over. Pippa would do best in a home with a fenced yard because of her love to run and play — and prefer a home for her without cats because she insists that they are fun to chase (and often cats do not think that is such a fun game). Pippa is leash trained and would be okay with older, respectful children (6+ years old).

Pippa is a small package with a big attitude that will love you to pieces (and then some). She is hopelessly devoted to her person and we hope to find someone equally as devoted to her. She will come with her crate, toys, Surest collar and 6 months of heartworm prevention. Pippa just had a dental, is spayed and current on all vaccinations! Pippa will not be put on a transport — any adopter must be prepared to travel to North Carolina to adopt Pippa once the application process has been completed.
If you are interested in bringing Pippa into your family, please contact her foster mom and complete an adoption application online indicating your preference. If you have never adopted through a rescue organization before, please read Adopting Through AHDRS.
Foster: Alison Schwartz
Email: arhschwartz@gmail.com

Sponsored by:
None at this time
Name: Julio

Location: Bensalem, PA

Adoption Fee
: $250
 
Meet handsome Julio, a unique doxie boy with a touch of cocker! Julio has the most beautiful, shiny long hair coat and a good bit of doxie personality!

He is initially wary of meeting men but was easily won over by his foster dad. Julio gets along with the other dogs in his foster home but can clash with another male, enjoys leash walking and strolling around the yard in nice weather. He's basically a chill guy who likes to hang out.

Julio is a chubby 20 pounds and is working on getting his boyish figure back! Julio is 8 years old. He has a young-looking face and no gray hair. Add that to his pearly whites after just having had a dental, and you have quite a good-looking guy!
If you want to add this good looking dude to your family, please contact his foster mom and complete an adoption application online indicating your preference. If you have never adopted through a rescue organization before, please read Adopting Through AHDRS.
Foster: Janet Sailor Tobin
Email: janetsailortobin@comcast.net

Sponsored by:
Stacey Lindenbaum - Oct-March
Name: Boss

Location: Central NC

Adoption Fee
: $250
 
Hi! My name is Boss & I am as handsome as they come! I am a red smooth tweenie dachshund — and the ladies in my foster home all swoon over me (my foster mom insists it is not because I am the only male dog in the midst of 4 female dachshunds). When I was surrendered my owners said I was 2 years old but the vet thinks I am more like 3-4 years in age — but age is just a number and I am here to tell you I have LOTS of year left ahead of me to slather my new family with love.

 I was rescued from Tennessee in March where my owner turned me and my brother in, but that's OK because we are both safe now.

Don't let my name fool you, I am not Bossy at all, I am currently living with a few girls and I am having a great time chasing and romping with them, I spend my time napping and I really like shredding the fuzzy toys my foster mom has. I also enjoy chasing and stealing a hand ball from one of the girls too. I love to explore when going on walks, loud & strange noises still get me a little scared but I get through it and keep on! I go in my crate by myself now and will sleep through the night..I guess I'll just do what the others do, its not so bad after all! I'm still shy around new people and small children are a mystery but I am curious and like to smell & lick them. But I'm not crazy about being picked up, I get nervous, maybe I'm afraid of heights? I know big dogs scare the heck out of me, but I think I could adjust just fine!

I am really a happy boy and would love to find a permanent lap to keep warm and lead you on our walks one day! Could you be my new family? I would prefer a home with only older children and would love to have another dachshund or smaller dog to keep me company. I am neutered, current on all of my vaccinations and looking for love!
If you are interested in adopting Boss, please contact his foster mom and complete an adoption application online indicating your preference. If you have never adopted through a rescue organization before, please read Adopting Through AHDRS.
Foster: Alison Schwartz
Email: arhschwartz@gmail.com

Sponsored by:
None at this time
Name: Chip

Location: Andalusia, PA

Adoption Fee
: $225
 
Say hello to chocolate Chip! This little guy is so happy to be in rescue after some very tough times.

Chip is a doxie/min-pin. He is 6 years old and weighs 12 pounds. He can be quite a shy boy until he gets to know you. He's quiet, gentle, easy with his people.

Chip is fine with all the dogs in this foster home -- except when it comes to sharing food. Chip can be quite aggressive then. He'd be best as an only dog for that reason. Chip had surgery to repair a torn ACL. He is all healed and is doing fine now.

Chip really enjoys playing with toys! If you're looking for a laid back friend to hang out with, Chip just may be your boy.
If you want to shower this boy with toys, contact his foster mom and complete an adoption application online indicating your preference. If you have never adopted through a rescue organization before, please read Adopting Through AHDRS.
Foster: Janet Sailor Tobin
Email: janetsailortobin@comcast.net

Sponsored by:
Michael Humes--Nov-Mar
Name: Oswald

Location: Bensalem, PA

Adoption Fee
: $125
 
This handsome red dapple boy is Oswald. In spite of some hard times, he's a happy boy full of doxie personality.

Ossie found himself in a shelter where he was left, supposedly as the result of a divorce. What a thing to happen to a sweet older guy.

Oswald is a dapper older gentleman of 12 years and weighs 15 pounds. He's slender and very long.

Os is a happy boy who gets along with everyone. He likes other dogs and ignores cats.

His absolute favorite thing is food. He'd eat everything all day long if he could and doesn't miss a trick when it comes to anything edible. Os was quite overweight when he came into rescue, so he has to be given just the right amount of high quality canine kibble/treats.

Oswald is good at entertaining himself. He enjoys playing with toys, loves the squeaker! And he loves to wrap himself in a cozy blanket inside a doggie bed.

He'll make a great companion for someone who loves doxies and chilling too.

If you want to chill with Oswald, contact his foster mom and complete an adoption application online indicating your preference. If you have never adopted through a rescue organization before, please read Adopting Through AHDRS.
Foster: Janet Sailor Tobin
Email: janetsailortobin@comcast.net

Sponsored by:
Stacey Lindenbaum - Oct-March
Name: Arbor

Location: Central NC

Adoption Fee
: $150
 
Arbor landed herself in a rural NC shelter that, in addition to being without air conditioning, is a high-kill shelter. Given the fact that Arbor is estimated to be 10 years old and was greatly overweight — her chances at making it out alive through adoption were non-existent. A transporter stepped up, along with many sponsors, to see Arbor out of the shelter and into her foster home!

Arbor has already seen so many heroes in such a short time but she is hoping to find her real angel who steps up to give her a happy-ever-after! Arbor is a solid black standard dachshund that is a little bit of a diamond in the rough. She is about 6-7 pounds overweight but is now on a healthy diet and is starting to shed the pounds to find her girlish figure. Arbor is house trained and well passed her puppy days of chewing up things in the house! She is seeking a recliner where she can relax and hang out (either in the lap of her new owner or just hang out until her owner returns from work). Arbor is great meeting new people but we suspect that she has been abused at some point in her prior life as she gets defensive when someone makes fast movements and she thinks she might be in danger. Otherwise, Arbor is a total mush wanting nothing more than the love and devotion of her new adopters. Arbor would love a fenced yard where she could poke around or someone who likes to walk. Due to Arbor’s fear of fast movements it would be best for her to go to a home with children 8+ years. She does well with other dogs (so long as they are okay with her being a little bossy) and would be fine with a dog-friendly feline.

Are you looking for a calm presence in your day to bring you love and adoration — Arbor is your girl! Spayed, heartworm negative, current on vaccinations and ready to go to her new home! Local applicants are preferred but all applications are reviewed. Adopters will be required to travel to Arbor’s foster home to adopt so that should be taken into consideration.
If you want to bring this amazing girl into your family, please contact her foster mom and complete an adoption application online indicating your preference. If you have never adopted through a rescue organization before, please read Adopting Through AHDRS.
Foster: Alison Schwartz
Email: arhschwartz@gmail.com

Sponsored by:
Matthew J Wonnacott - November
Name: Delia

Location: Bensalem, PA

Adoption Fee
: $250
 
Delia is a pretty doxie mix girl who’s had some tough times in her little life. Five years, 13 pounds, very much a doxie with some longer legs! Delia has been bounced around a good bit since being plucked from the shelter just in time. She traveled a good distance to get to her foster home. Along the way, she’s shown she can be testy, even nippy. However, in her foster home, Delia is a happy girl who loves her foster mom, shows much affection.

It took a little longer, but now foster dad is a favorite as well. Delia will make a nice companion for a doxie savvy owner who is willing to give her some space, allow Delia to come forward at her own pace, so she can feel secure, loved, know what a real home is all about. Delia is full of doxie personality, and she loves to play with toys!
If you want Delia to be your favorite, please contact her foster mom and complete an adoption application online indicating your preference. If you have never adopted through a rescue organization before, please read Adopting Through AHDRS.
Foster: Janet Sailor Tobin
Email: janetsailortobin@comcast.net

 

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More dachshunds are looking for homes through these rescue groups:

All American Dachshund Rescue
All Texas Dachshund Rescue
Canadian Dachshund Rescue
Central Texas Dachshund Rescue
|Dachshund Rescue and Placement (California)
Dachshund Rescue NW & Dachshund Club of Spokane

DFW Rescue Foundation
Diamond Dachshund Rescue
Dixie Dachshund Rescue
Flawdogs Adoption (Missouri)

 

Florida Dachshund Rescue, Inc.
Fundoxie Rescue (Michigan)
Houston Dachshund Rescue
Kentucky Dachshund Rescue
LowRider Dachshund Rescue, Oklahoma City

Midwest Dachshund Rescue
New Mexico Dachshund Rescue
Oolong Dachshund Rescue (Wisconsin)
Riverside (CA) Dachshund Rescue
Southern California Dachshund Rescue

Click here for additional rescue links.

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