Tory Story has a story to tell... She landed at the Fort Bend animal shelter as a stray along with her 5 puppies (Jessie, Woody, Buzz, Rex and Hammie Ham). They were all pulled by HHF Rescue. Within 3 days of being out of the shelter they came down with kennel cough... Throughout the ordeal she remained sweet, calm and still taking great care of her babies. Tory beat the cough a few days later with the help of her foster mom and antibiotics. She is now looking for a permanent home of her own!
Tory is just shy of 30 pounds and the vet estimates she approximately 3 years old. She is fully house broken and potty trained. She is great with kids, strangers, and all other dogs. Tory loves to go on walks, but is also a great couch cuddle bug. If you're looking for a sweet, quiet and gentle companion who is fully house broken and potty trained Tory may just be the right dog for you!
While we can only guess what breed she may be, the vet told us she has webbed veins which are unique to the dachshund breed. We believe she is a long hair dachshund mix due to her short and long body type, small floppy ears, and medium-long and soft hair. Tory is a very sweet and loving girl who just wants to cuddle and be loved.
The adoption fee includes vaccinations, bordetella, deworming, rabies, spay/neuter and microchip. There is an additional $10.99 fee for Home Again for a lifetime registration of the microchip. If adopting a puppy, the rabies and spay/neuter will be done at the same time by our vet once they are 4 months old and billed to us. It is against the law in the State of Texas for a rescue not to be sterilized so we have to make sure it gets completed and that we have record of it.
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