My foster family says I'm pretty awesome at a lot of things.
I do my best to keep a spot on the sofa warm for you and will jump up to say hey when you get home. I love to snuggle and nuzzle. My foster dad calls it "snuzzling"! I make super cute noises while I do it too. I also love playing with squeaky toys. You can even see a video of me doing it on this page. See, there are more things I am good at. I also do great with my foster siblings and other pups that come to stay with us. I sleep in my own cozy den ( crate ) at night but I would also make a great bed buddy. House training is almost 100% once I get used to a routine so taking me out a few times a day is fun and keeps me on track.
Another thing I am good at is eating! My foster family is helping me become a trim svelte girl. I have already lost a few pounds and am much more comfortable. Walks are a lot of fun especially if we see a squirrel! I do take a pill a day to help with my thyroid condition and that will help me lose weight too.
I can't wait to meet you forever family! Love and licks, Kiki.
If you are interested in adopting Kiki, you can fill out an application right on our website! Go to dreamhappytails.org/adoptform.shtml . Kiki 's adoption fee is $350. All adoption fees go directly to veterinary care for DREAM dachshunds. Kiki 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.
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