The application is the first step in the adoption process, so if you are interested in adopting please fill out the online adoption application first by visiting our website at www.dachshundpaws.org
Fudge is an 13 year old black mini dachshunds. Fudge weighs 10 pounds. Fudge's elderly mom was taken from the home due to an abusive situation. Fudge were left in the care of someone who treated them very badly. A wonderful women who was concerned for her safety contacted us and told us the situation. With her help she is now safe. Fudge had a litter mate, but he did pass away recently. He had a bad heart and prior years of no care took its toll. Fudge is perfect and ready for her new home.
Fudge is an absolute sweetheart and a total love. She has no teeth, so her tongue hangs out the side of her mouth. She still loves to give gentle kisses!! Even with no teeth, she loves her dry food. We get her senior small bites and she loves it. She needs NO special care. She is very healthy and active, but also loves to snuggle under the covers. Her bloodwork came back amazing and with her diet of good food, love and care she SHINES, literally check out her coat!! She has the most amazing shiny black coat. This girl is a lap dog. She is looking for an adult only home. She is looking for a loving home to spend the rest of her days loved and cared for.
Fudge's Adoption fee: $100
We do not have a kennel or facility to visit, all dogs are kept in foster homes until their forever homes are found.
Adoption Process: Once an approved application is on file, we will then set up a home visit. At that time we will bring the dog to the home in which you will all be sharing. We ask the entire family to be there that day. If we all agree on the placement, then the dog will stay with you that day.
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