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My name is Chrissy - Courtesy!

Dachshund/Welsh Corgi Mix Dog for adoption in Jacksonville, Florida - Chrissy - Courtesy
Photo 1 - Dachshund/Welsh Corgi Mix Dog for adoption in Jacksonville, Florida - Chrissy - Courtesy
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The Old Dog House, Inc.

Facts about Chrissy - Courtesy

  • Breed: Dachshund/Welsh Corgi Mix
  • Color: Brindle
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 10389235

*****COURTESY POST! PLEASE CONTACT CHRISSY'S CARETAKER, KAREN, AT 904-571-4748 FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT HER.*****

From her careraker, Karen: I found Chrissy sitting on a sidewalk out in front of the house where she used to live.  Her owner moved and didn't take her with them.  She had been living on the streets for over a year.  I took her in and got her some vet care and she is currently healthy and is not due for a check up until next June.  Chrissy is about 8-9 years old but she sure doesn't act it!  She is a Welsh Corgi/Dachshund mix and weighs 24 pounds.  She is up to date on shots, and was previously spayed and microchipped.  She is very very sweet and playful.  She gets along well with my dogs and doesn't seem that interested in my cats.  Because she has been outside for so long she really needs to be an inside dog.  She would make a great companion and is not needy at all.  She is potty and pee pee pad trained.  Chrissy will go to her new home with bedding, food, bowls, toys, and heartworm prevention.  If you can open your heart and home to Chrissy please call her foster mom, Karen, at 904-591-4748 .

About The Old Dog House, Inc.

About Our Rescue Group...

The Old Dog House is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to giving older and senior dogs a second, sometimes third, chance at a new life. At so many shelters, the age of a dog determines its chances of reaching the adoption floor to find a new forever home. As a result, many wonderful dogs are denied the ability to live out their lives in dignity, surrounded by love. The Old Dog House aims to enlighten the public to the joys of owning an older or senior dog through educational programs and to place rescued dogs into true forever homes through adoption programs. The dogs that come into the care of The Old Dog House will remain in our care until adopted. We rely solely on donations from the public to support our organization. 100% of donations received are used for the care and rehabilitation of the dogs at The Old Dog House. Every penny makes a difference and is greatly appreciated!

The Old Dog House is looking for foster families! Do you have room in you home for a kind, old soul that is waiting to find a new family? Older and senior dogs are usually well past the destructive, high-energy phase and just want loving, human companionship. You supply the home filled with TLC and The Old Dog House supplies the rest! Please contact us for more information on how to make a positive difference in an older or senior dog's life!

Our Adoption Process...

Once you have found a dog you would like to meet, please e-mail us and we will contact you to arrange an introduction. The Old Dog House requires that an application be on file before the actual meeting. During the application process, we are simply verifying information such as: vet history on current and previous pets and home ownership/landlord approval. The introduction will occur at your home so that any children and resident pets can meet the prospective new member of the family.

All dogs at time of adoption will be spayed or neutered, current on vaccinations - including Rabies, heartworm tested with a negative result*, on heartworm and flea preventatives, and licensed with the city of Jacksonville. The adoption fee is $125.00.
*The Old Dog House will consider adopting out dogs that are currently undergoing medical treatment for heartworm disease before the treatment is complete on a case-by-case basis. Medical conditions and current courses of treatment will be disclosed on the dog's biographical information page.