found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am housetrained, purebred, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
My name is Sudie, and I am a dear. I'm a teeny thing, just about 10 pounds, and the docdoc says I'm a bit chubby, so my foster mom has me on something called a diet. So I should probably weigh about 8 pounds when I get my svelte waist back. I am just about the cheerfullest thing you will ever come across. I have two moods -- happy and snuggly. I am about 8 years old, a black and tan dapple sweetpea. I am housetrained (a dachshund miracle) and I get along with everybody -- even chickens! I love people, and I'm very social. I would be a great companion for someone who is in need of some cuddles. I like to sit in a lap and I love to snuggle in the big bed. My foster home has these bucket beds that I really love to burrow into.
When I came to DREAM, I had a really bad skin infection. I'm currently finishing up some medications for that (it has gotten so much better, and I"m not itchy any more), and as soon as those medications are done, I can get my spay surgery. Probably around the middle of February. After that I will be ready for my new forever home. I really hope I'll have a family that will give me as many snuggles as I want.
If you are interested in adopting Sudie, you can fill out an application right on our website! Go to dreamhappytails.org/adoptform.shtml. Sudie 's adoption fee is $275. All adoption fees go directly to veterinary care for DREAM dachshunds. Sudie will go to his/her new home microchipped, altered, heartworm tested, and up to date on vaccinations. Most dogs' veterinary expenses are greater than our adoption fees.
DREAM is an all-volunteer rescue group, and we focus on the Atlanta, North Georgia and Savannah area. Because we are all volunteers, we can consider applications only within an hour of these areas. DREAM does not recommend purebred dachshunds for families with children under 5, or families planning to have children during the dog's lifetime. Dachshunds are often not patient with little kids, and kids can accidentally hurt a doxie's back.