TITUS is a smooth, red, 12 lb, 12 year old senior Doxie in need of love and a new, loving family to care for him for the rest of his forevers. His previous family has found themselves in a difficult position and unable to care for him any longer. Titus is not neutered, nor is he up to date on his vaccinations or dental and has some vision issues. However, according to his previous family, he is house trained, car trained, knows basic commands and enjoys other dogs and people. He loves his family and always wants to be with them. Do you or someone you know have room in your life for a sweet senior Dachshund like Titus?
Please note that this is a Courtesy Listing for a doxie that is NOT at Oregon Dachshund Rescue, Inc, ODR-Inc cannot make any guarantees or claims about this doxie...we are just helping to network him and help them find his forever family. For information, please contact Wendy at 541.782.1008 directly.
ODR, INC. ADOPTION CRITERIA (aka Our Fine Print):
Based on 30 years of experience with rescue doxies, we have pretty strict criteria. Do you work from home/stay at home/work part time? Have a securely fenced yard? We do not place same gender dogs in a home unless they were raised together, and children need to be 12 or older (some exceptions IF the dog is a puppy or the child has been raised with a doxie). We prefer non smokers and a home with no other small animals (ferrets, hamsters, etc) Cats are on a case by case basis depending on the dog. Remember these are rescues, many were surrendered because of these issues.
Reminder that this is a COURTESY LISTING for TITUS. This dog is not at Oregon Dachshund Rescue. For information please contact Wendy at 541.782.1008.
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