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I am already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Location: Western North Carolina
Brody was given over to rescue because he did not get along with the larger
breed dogs in the household.
He does fine with the dachshunds in his foster home, but does bark at the boxer
Brody is a 3 yr old smooth red dachshund mix. He has a permanent mohawk on his
head and neck. He also has some white on his feet and chest area. We think he
might be mixed with some breed of terrier.
Brody loves to run and play outside with his foster brothers and sisters. He
needs a refresher course in house training, is crate trained and good on a
leash. Brody gets along with all well behaved children including toddlers. He also seems to ignore the outside kitties at his foster home. Brody is about 14 lbs making him a
tweenie size dachshund. He looks like a dachshund but his legs are a little
longer and his ear flaps a little shorter. He would do well with older
children that like to run and play outside in a fenced yard or another dog to
play with, but if you are active, he would also do well as an only dog. He is
not a barker, so condo or apartment living would be ok also.
Brody is looking for a loving forever home with no big dogs. As with most
dachshunds, he gets along fine with his own breed but not larger breeds. He is
a sweet boy that only wants to spend time with his family.
Brody is neutered, current on vaccines, heartworm negative on prevention, has
been dewormed. Brody has luxating patellas which make him run like a bunny
rabbit. He has no problems with this condition. It is knee caps that fall out
of place and then go back in place. You would never know he had this condition
except with his running like a bunny hopping. His knees do not need surgery
and this does not hinder him from running or walking.
If you are interested in giving Brody a loving forever home, please contact his
foster mom at Bunnydog@bellsouth.net and fill out an online adoption
application. If you have never adopted thru a rescue organization before,
please read 'Adopting thru AHDRS' before applying. Please consider
transportation issues if applying from out of the area. It is the
responsibility of the adopter for transports out of the state.