Dash was rescued from a hoarding situation. He was terrified of people and untouchable. He had not been exposed to a whole lot.
Dash has improved greatly. He is still a little leary when being picked up but he loves to be pet and give kisses. He is very curious and eager to learn.
Dash is ready to be part of someone's family. He just needs that certain family with patience and time to help guide him along.
He is happy, bouncy and playful. Given the chance, he will make a wonderful companion and family pet.,
Dash, Dachshund Mix has been shared from Shelter Exchange.
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