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
Stevie is an 6 year old mini Dachshund. Right now he weighs about 12 pounds. He is an active boy who loves being with his people. He adores the outdoors and especially enjoys the company of men, he needs to be in a home with no small children. He has a strong voice and likes saying a very loud hello and he will give you a warm welcome when you get home every day. He loves to snuggle, and while it may take him a minute to warm up to ya, once he does, you will be head over heels in love. He loves sleeping in your bed, in your lap in a chair, in a nice patch of sun on the floor. He ADORES going on walks. He has been on a few camping trips, loves going on the boat, with his life vest of course. He is great on car rides, in the tent or on a hike. He loves the beach and is even pretty sweet in the bath!! Stevie is ready for his new family and has lost of love and kisses to share. Stevie would do best in a home with a retired couple, or someone not gone long hours. He does need a home that understands Dachshunds health and the need for no jumping or stairs. Stevie is a wonderful little guy waiting for a family of his own.
Stevie's adoption fee: $150
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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