found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already neutered, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and not good with cats.
My name is Doodle, and I am in search of my fur-ever home. I am 9 years old and came to DREAM Dachshund Rescue as an owner surrender.
My foster Mom and Dad call me The Dude and I abide. I would love to have a fur sibling similar to my size as I live and play well with all smaller breed dogs I have met in my foster home. (Check out my video playing with my foster sibling)
I love the outdoors and enjoy going on walks and hanging out in the yard. I also love meeting new people when I'm out and about in my neighborhood. I will bark at first but only because I want to say hello. My foster Mom and Dad think I am awesome. I have a very laid back temperament and love to snuggle with my humans and foster fur sibling. Toys are a lot of fun for me and I even got to pick out my own at a pet store! I am learning all about house training and love getting a reward when I go potty outdoors. A regular schedule of walks really helps me. I am also crate trained.
How about it? Want to meet? I promise you will fall in love with me immediately because I am that awesome!
If you are interested in adopting Doodle, you can fill out an application right on our website! Go to dreamhappytails.org/adoptform.shtml . Doodle 's adoption fee is $350.00. All adoption fees go directly to veterinary care for DREAM dachshunds. Doodle will go to his/her new home microchipped, altered, heartworm tested, and up to date on vaccinations. Most dogs' veterinary expenses are greater than our adoption fees.
DREAM is an all-volunteer rescue group, and we focus on the Atlanta, North Georgia and Savannah area. Because we are all volunteers, we can consider applications only within an hour of these areas. DREAM does not recommend purebred dachshunds for families with children under 5, or families planning to have children during the dog's lifetime. Dachshunds are often not patient with little kids, and kids can accidentally hurt a doxie's back.