He weighs about 22lbs and is around 2 yrs old and from what you can see he definitely does not appear to be "weineresque", but loving and gentle he is! For instance, he hasn't shown any attempt to eat without chewing like most doxies will......he sleeps on top of the covers instead of burrowing beneath them....and he comes running to you when you call his name, so I am wondering if he may not be as stubborn as the run-of-mill doxie!!
Monty is HW+ and is doing great. DREAM will provide all necessary medication and he will be finished with his treatment in a few months.
He is rapidly becoming more confident in his behavior and showing all signs of being house trained. He loves to run off some energy and show you how well he can shake your hand. Monty is getting along great with his foster sibling and enjoying life. To meet Montgomery, please fill out an application so you can spend more time with your new BFF.
If you are interested in adopting Montgomery, you can fill out an application right on our website! Go to dreamhappytails.org/adoptform.shtml . Montgomery 's adoption fee is $300.00 All adoption fees go directly to veterinary care for DREAM dachshunds. Montgomery will go to his 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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