My name is Chyanne (D17-087)!

Dachshund Mix Dog for adoption in Lebanon, Tennessee - Chyanne (D17-087)
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New Leash on Life

Facts about Chyanne (D17-087)

  • Breed: Dachshund Mix
  • Color: Black - With Tan, Yellow Or Fawn
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 11425428-D17-087
Chyanne is a 6 year old, tricolor, Dachshund mix who weighs almost 22 pounds. She came to New Leash on Life with 4 others when their human dad passed away, now they are looking for their fur-ever homes. They have been through a lot and it will take time for them to adjust to their new surrounding, since they have only known that one home. Chyanne is the oldest of the 5 and although spunky and playful it would be best she goes in a home without small children, as she doesn't much care to be pulled or tugged on. She loves to play with her green squeaky toy, it is her favorite. Chyanne is spayed, micro-chipped, vaccinated, and received a dental with 1 extraction. You can come meet this little lady and adopt her for $150.**All New Leash on Life dogs must be adopted to families willing to have their pets be allowed inside-especially at night. No dog is allowed to be put on a 'tie out' or chain outside and should be walked on a leash when not in a fenced in yard.**

About New Leash on Life

About Our Shelter...

New Leash on Life is dedicated to improving the welfare of companion animals in our community through shelter, placement, spay/neuter, education and awareness.

Our goals include the following:

To educate the public about the importance of having their pets spayed or neutered, and to provide low or no cost surgeries for those in need.

To shelter and provide care for stray, abused, or relinquished animals.

To educate the general population about the seriousness of pet overpopulation.

To end euthanasia as a means of controlling pet overpopulation.

To find good homes for the animals in our care.

Our hope for the future is that there will be no unwanted, unloved or abandoned companion animal. We will continue with our aggressive spay/neuter campaign and our owner education programs in the hopes that any pet ever adopted will find a permanent, loving home. We believe that with the involvement of our community we will make a significant impact on the welfare of companion animals, but we need your help and understanding. Together, will make the difference.

Come Meet Our Pets...

At our Adoption Center in Lebanon, TN.

Our Adoption Process...

Pre-adoption application approval required. Please see our website for adoption fee information.