My name is Hannah2!

Dachshund/Chihuahua Mix Dog for adoption in Orangeburg, South Carolina - Hannah2
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Little Paws Dachshund Rescue

Facts about Hannah2

  • Breed: Dachshund/Chihuahua Mix
  • Color: Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 9407063-20151192
  • For more info contact Elmo's foster dad John ~  

    Hi, my name is Hannah and my foster parents tell me I am beautifully young lady. I am a 2-3ish year old dachshund mix (or maybe full)  with a brown coat that is a bit fluffier than smooth. 

    I am very shy at first, especially to men. I did warm up to my foster Dad, but favor my foster Mom. I do love to snuggle and get/give attention, but more comfortable with women in my forever home.  I get along with other dogs, but would be better off as an "only child" , or if there is a sibling a boy dog would be better.  Again I am very leery of strangers and may need a bit of patience at first, but you will see I will warm up,  I would be happier in a home with not a lot of new people coming and going. I am house trained and also crate trained.

    I have been shifted around several times in my short years , and my current foster parents don't understand why, they say I have been a very well behaved girl and my foster Mom knows how much love I have to give, just need some patience and understanding and I will be the best forever friend you ever had!! 

    ***Hannah has an unknown skin allergy and limps on her rear right leg. She has had x-rays done.  It does not appear to be a serious issue and does not appear to bother Hannah.

    Completing an Adoption Application:

    Adoption Fee:  $250.00 + $45.00 for a health certificate if going over state lines (required by law).  Dogs adopted in New England are subject to additional rules and regulations by the state departments of agriculture. Complying with these regulations is expensive for our rescue, and all dogs adopted in New England states are subject to an additional non-refundable $145 fee to help cover a portion of these expenses.    Transportation Help If you see a furbaby that is a match for your family, don’t let distance stand in the way of your adoption. LPDR can work with you to have a volunteer transport to assist with transportation or refer you to a paid transport.  




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About Little Paws Dachshund Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Little Paws Dachshund Rescue is a non-profit animal rescue that specializes in finding permanent homes for dachshunds. It is LPDR’s goal to identify abandoned, mistreated, or homeless dogs and oversee their treatment and wellbeing while working to find loving owners for those in our care. We strive to make the lives of all dogs better through action, advocacy, awareness and education.

Our Adoption Process...

6 Step Adoption Process

We require:

1) Application - (While we encourage you to let us know on your application if one of our dogs has captured your interest, we use this simply as a guide for matching and your listing of specific dog in no way implies claim to this particular dog)

NOTE: Adoption Applications expire 6 months from the date of receipt. If you have already submitted an Adoption Application and it has been longer than 6 months, you will need to fill out a new Adoption Application.

2) Reference Checks - All references will be checked prior to home visit. We will contact your current vet, if you have one, for a reference.

3) Application Review - Processor reviews the application, calls the vet if you have one, verifies vaccinations and spay/neuter. We email personal references (if email is provided) or call them if necessary. Email is best since as references can respond when they are available.

4) Home Visit - A volunteer will come to your home to visit with you and discuss care of dachshunds. Also, the volunteer will look for any potential problems and check to be sure that your fencing is secure. Your home visit does not mean you have been approved.

5) Approval - After the above steps have been completed all your information will be reviewed and a decision will be made about adoption. If at this point you are approved to adopt, LPDR will help guide you to the appropriate dog for your family.

6) Contract - For the protection of the dogs we place, everyone that adopts a dachshund from LPDR will be required to sign an adoption contract. If you would like additional information on our adoption contract you can email and a copy of our contract will be sent to you electronically.