Ruff Ruff! My name is CONNOR
|Breed:||Dachshund||Color:||Black - With Tan, Yellow Or Fawn||Age:||Young|
|Size:||Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less||Sex:||Male|
I am already neutered, housetrained, purebred, a special needs pet, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, not good with kids, not good with dogs, and not good with cats.
Dear Santa, My name is CONNOR. I am writing to you because I have a special Christmas wish: PLEASE help me find my FOREVER home. I have been so lucky to live with my rescued doxie friends, and Mom Jenell that I love so very much. She is so nice to me – I get good food, treats, toys, warmth and love. I really like to play with the other dogs in the house and out in the back yard. I also get to go on walks that are so much fun because I have lots of energy. And I’m much cuter than my pictures show. You know about my background, and so understand that I had some issues, but I have been working on them every single day so that I can be on your “nice” list, and I believe I am there now. I did go to an adoption event last week, but all the humans just kept walking by. My very own human must not have been there that day. But I hope you will help me find the right one who will understand my needs, provide the boundaries and structure I need, and maybe even some training. I promise to try so very hard to learn the things they will teach me. I just need a chance to prove myself with time and patience. Please help me, Santa. Love, Connor
For those of you who would have interest in a very special male dachshund, please consider Connor. He has been with us for two years so he has received lots of training. And, sadly, he has seen many of his brothers and sisters go to forever homes while he remains here.
Connor's issue is that he will require special handling. We rescued him from what equates to a hamster cage. Without going into detail, he experienced some torture that left him with nightmares and a fear of men.
With a lot of hard work, he is much better now and sleeps well in a crate right next to your bed. This little guy is smart, funny and loving and would prefer a home where he is the one and only doxie where Mom works from home. Given his issues, the primary person dealing with him should be one, or more, women. You get extra points if you have a secured, doxie-proof fenced-in area for him.
At 11.5 pounds, Connor is a cutie. Due to his need for special handling, households with children are discouraged. He loves to play outside, and gives gentle kisses. He adores his squeaker toys. He is like a baby. He barks only when he needs something such as food, or wants to let you know he needs to go potty.
His adoption fee is $295. He's all up to date on his medical and ready to go home with a basket of goodies, including a new custom made harness, and other goodies. Do you have room in your heart for this sweet boy ?
Please go to www.odr-inc.org. We have very strict adoption guidelines because, among other things, they need an escape proof fenced yard and someone who is home with them most of the day. In Connor's case, NO KIDS. If our requirements sound like a good fit, please complete the questionnaire and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org ====Please wait to call until we have your information. We're busy trying to find the best homes for all the wonderful dachshunds we have. The best way to get an answer is by email. We make every effort to respond within 24 hours. Thank you
More information about Oregon Dachshund Rescue Inc.
Rescue Group Info...
Oregon Dachshund Rescue Inc. is a 501 c3 non profit with 25 years experience of rescuing Dachshunds. My goal is to provide homes for unwanted, special needs and abandoned Dachshunds. I do not breed or sell Dachshunds for a profit. I receive into rescue 1 to 3 doxies PER DAY. Before adoption all of my rescues are spayed and neutered, made current on rabies, DHPP, bordetella, fecal and dental if needed. The rescues are also groomed, nails done and one month Advantage treatment. I take great pride in finding wonderful forever homes for my rescue Dachshunds. My criteria is very strict because I want to insure the safety and future of each one of these very special rescues. I do not give refunds of any kind for any reason but will offer an exchange for another Dachshund, if you choose. The dog's character, health and physical condition represented by this Rescue is in good faith. The new owner(s) must agree to release, hold harmless and forever discharge Oregon Dachshund Rescue, Inc. from any and all claims arising from adoption of any of our rescue Dachshunds.
All adoptions are by appointment only.
Please go to our web site at www.odr-inc.org and read our criteria, click on the adoption section and complete the questionnaire. Thank you.
The adoption fee depends on several factors and runs from $250.00 to $350.00. This fee includes spay, neuter, rabies DHPP, bordetella, fecal, advantage, grooming, nails and dental if needed. Adoption fees pay the veterinary bills.