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My name is Bruce!
I'm being cared for by
Habitat 4 Paws
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Home Check

3.

Pay Fee

Facts about me

Breed
Dachshund
Color
Black - with White
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Weight
(Current) 16 lbs
Sex
Male
Pet ID

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

Hi there! My name is Bruce! I am super sweet 15 pound Miniature Dachshund. I love playing with the dogs in my foster home. Once I get tired of playing, cuddling with my person is my game! I'm a slightly older gentleman but don't let my age fool you. I still am active at times and then very calm. Sometimes you'll find me chewing on bones too. If you work at home, I'm a very quiet coworker. I am crate trained and potty trained. I love people but am very scared of young kids, so I'd be best with older kids. I've lived in an apartment and a house. I'd be a great addition to most families! Are you ready for me? I'm ready for my future to begin now!

Email info@habitat4paws.org for an application. **Because we require home visits, we only adopt locally to the Dallas/Fort Worth area. For more on adoption policies, please see the Adopt page of our website, www.habitat4paws.org.
Hi there! My name is Bruce! I am super sweet 15 pound Miniature Dachshund. I love playing with the dogs in my foster home. Once I get tired of playing, cuddling with my person is my game! I'm a slightly older gentleman but don't let my age fool you. I still am active at times and then very calm. Sometimes you'll find me chewing on bones too. If you work at home, I'm a very quiet coworker. I am crate trained and potty trained. I love people but am very scared of young kids, so I'd be best with older kids. I've lived in an apartment and a house. I'd be a great addition to most families! Are you ready for me? I'm ready for my future to begin now!

Email info@habitat4paws.org for an application. **Because we require home visits, we only adopt locally to the Dallas/Fort Worth area. For more on adoption policies, please see the Adopt page of our website, www.habitat4paws.org.
Rescue

Habitat 4 Paws

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Phone
Address
Frisco, TX 75035

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

Email us for an application to be considered for adoption

2.

Home Check

We require a home visit. If all is good and everyone is in agreement, we will leave the pet for a 5 day home trial.

3.

Pay Fee

After a successful home trail, we ask to finalize the paperwork and pay the adoption fee.

Additional adoption info

FEES: Dogs are $200 Puppies under 1 year are $250 Cats and kittens are $140 All animals have been spayed/neutered, received age appropriate vaccinations, had a heart-worm test, a Feline Leukemia test and a fecal check and are dewormed, microchipped and current on heart-worm and flea preventative medications at the time of adoption. Adopters must be 21 and have a valid Texas driver’s license or a state-issued ID that matches the home address. If new to the area, a utility bill in the name of adopter will suffice. Renters must present proof of pet deposit or landlord approval to have a pet. We require that you visit with a pet and adoption counselor. We prefer that all family members be present when the pet is introduced to its potential new family. Current pets are welcomed and encouraged to be part of the meeting too. If a good match is found, adopters complete an application. Same day adoptions may be done; however, Habitat 4 Paws reserves the right to request a home visit prior to adoption. We do not hold pets nor do we adopt on a first-come/first-serve basis.
FEES: Dogs are $200 Puppies under 1 year are $250 Cats and kittens are $140 All animals have been spayed/neutered, received age appropriate vaccinations, had a heart-worm test, a Feline Leukemia test and a fecal check and are dewormed, microchipped and current on heart-worm and flea preventative medications at the time of adoption. Adopters must be 21 and have a valid Texas driver’s license or a state-issued ID that matches the home address. If new to the area, a utility bill in the name of adopter will suffice. Renters must present proof of pet deposit or landlord approval to have a pet. We require that you visit with a pet and adoption counselor. We prefer that all family members be present when the pet is introduced to its potential new family. Current pets are welcomed and encouraged to be part of the meeting too. If a good match is found, adopters complete an application. Same day adoptions may be done; however, Habitat 4 Paws reserves the right to request a home visit prior to adoption. We do not hold pets nor do we adopt on a first-come/first-serve basis.

Go meet their pets

Nearly every weekend our pets that are ready for adoption are featured at locations such as Petsmart, Pet Supplies Plus and other locations. We can also arrange visits throughout the week. Check out the Events page of our website for a current schedule of events: www.habitat4paws.org.
Nearly every weekend our pets that are ready for adoption are featured at locations such as Petsmart, Pet Supplies Plus and other locations. We can also arrange visits throughout the week. Check out the Events page of our website for a current schedule of events: www.habitat4paws.org.

More about this rescue

The mission of H4P is to rescue and find permanent homes for dogs and cats while caring for them in a volunteer-staffed facility and foster program. We are currently raising funds for a building and in the interim are a foster based group. Beyond just sheltering animals, we are proactive in other areas that will help keep animals out of municipal shelters. Paws Pantry animal-food bank collects and distributes dog and cat food to those in need. H4P hosts microchip clinics so that animals will have a permanent ID and can be reunited with their owners.
The mission of H4P is to rescue and find permanent homes for dogs and cats while caring for them in a volunteer-staffed facility and foster program. We are currently raising funds for a building and in the interim are a foster based group. Beyond just sheltering animals, we are proactive in other areas that will help keep animals out of municipal shelters. Paws Pantry animal-food bank collects and distributes dog and cat food to those in need. H4P hosts microchip clinics so that animals will have a permanent ID and can be reunited with their owners.