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Dachshund puppies and dogs in Colorado

Looking for a Dachshund puppy or dog in Colorado? Adopt a Pet can help you find an adorable Dachshund near you.

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Adopt a Dachshund near you in Colorado

Below are our newest added Dachshunds available for adoption in Colorado. To see more adoptable Dachshunds in Colorado, use the search tool below to enter specific criteria!
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Bella

Dachshund

Female, Senior
Parker, CO
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Not good with dogs, Not good with cats, Shots are up-to-date, House-trained,
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Bella is a 12 year old dachshund mix. Bella has been the pet of my mother for 7 years. My mother has dementia and is now unable to care for her properly. Bella has lived with my mother in a senior living facility with only my mom. Currently, I have removed her from my mothers apartment and I am fostering Bella at my home in Parker CO. I travel for work and I am unable to keep her which is why we are looking to rehome her. Bella is a sweet and loving dog. She does not do well with other pets. She tends to bark at other dogs and can get anxious. She loves walks and cuddling up. Please let me know if you are interested in meeting her. Looking for a loving home for this cute little dog.
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Luci

Dachshund

Female, Adult
Pueblo, CO
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Not good with kids, Good with dogs, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Please contact Constance (connibouchard@gmail.com) for more information about this pet.Rescued dogBiography Important Information Please read! If you are interested in me after reading about me, please visit my site, http://www.breederadoptions.org and follow the instructions. The majority of the dogs we rescue, mostly breeder dogs, have lived their entire lives in less-than-ideal conditions so will need to be socialized, house and leash trained. Most have never lived in a house, walked on a leash, had a treat or sat in a lap. For many of them, their feet have never touched the ground after living for years on wire until they arrive at our main facility where they are evaluated, groomed and given vet care. Most of these dogs are not socialized and need to be cornered to be picked up, so are not suitable for people with physical disabilities or suffer from PTSD. They need folks who will make them the center of their world and help them learn to trust before even attempting to train.  Please do not apply if you do not meet the requirements of the dogs we rescue.  However, they will learn with time, love, patience and most of all, commitment. You must have an ample supply of all of these to reap the rewards of watching these very special dogs become your wonderful companion. We state any known health issues, all are altered unless there is a medical reason not to, which we will advise, any known medical issues addressed, are microchipped, are UTD on all vaccines and have been checked out by at least one veterinarian, usually two. We do not guarantee the health of any of our rescued dogs. The dogs we rescue have lived with other dogs all of their lives and most get along with other dogs. We state if they are dog aggressive. We require a permanent, full-time parent. That means you must be able to spend the majority of your time with your new companion to socialize and train. We do not, under any circumstances, place them in homes with young children as they have not been exposed to children and we do not know how they will react. Please do not waste your time or ours if you are not prepared to adopt within 2 weeks and you are not willing to pick the dog up at its location. Hi! My name is Luci, and I am a very sweet Dachshund who is 7 years old, and I weigh 12 pounds. I get along well with other dogs warm up to people fairly quickly. I would do best in an all-adult home with a sibling to show me the ropes. If you have been waiting for a gorgeous Doxie, please ask for me on your application to http://www.breederadoptions.org. Love, Luci 021724-07  February 24, 2024, 3:22 pm
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Winnie

Dachshund/Beagle

Female, 4 mos
Boulder, CO
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
We all know how we get that awww feeling when we see an adorable puppy. Winnie is the kind of pup that snuggles in, loves you up and then puts her head on your shoulder breathing her warm baby breath. She's so sweet and loving with every possibility open to her. That's the case unless a puppy like Winnie is in a high-kill shelter that quickly runs out of space. We're so grateful for the efforts of our great rescuers and fosters for saving Winnie from almost certain euthanasia through no fault of her own. It got scarily close to Winnie's euthanasia date in a dismal Texas shelter as it's all a matter of space. She came in at a very crowded time (but then again, all times are crowded) and was therefore given a short window in which to be rescued. After a scramble by our compassionate rescuer (she has a soft spot for a really cute fuzzy pup with a great temperament!), Winnie was pulled out of the shelter at the last second possible. Her rescuer, shelter workers and foster haven't stopped raving about this adorable and engaging puppy ever since. Winnie, at just about 4 months old old and 13 lbs (anticipated to be approximately 30 lbs when full-grown) is the perfect size to take along just about anywhere a sweet dog with a great temperament is welcome. Winnie is such a perfect candidate to find her forever home in Colorado - she's a natural-born hiker with the energy and enthusiasm to accompany her favorite person on any trail and absolutely love the experience! We envision Winnie with dog-crazy retirees who have the passion and time for a silly, fun-loving and irresistible little pup. Winnie would also do well with a younger family that works from a home-based office. She's too sensitive a puppy to be left alone for the long hours of full-time work outside of the home. We feel Winnie will do well with very gentle older kids as tail pulling or awkward handling by a very young child would be too scary for a puppy who is learning about the world. Winnie will be a very family-oriented dog if given the chance...adventures, dog-friendly vacations or just hanging out at home would speak to the nature of this very engaging and loving family puppy. A fun time for Winnie would be exploring dog-friendly locations or time spent socializing with gentle canines and their dog-loving families. At the end of the day however...there would be nothing better for Winnie than to snuggle close to her family of humans and canines for cuddling and lots of love and belly rubs. Winnie can be counted on to be a positive addition to any home. Once she is over the initial stress of her transport and rehoming, she will be overjoyed at being part of a committed family! After passing her temperament testing and vetting with flying colors, Winnie is with a wonderful foster in Texas getting loved up. Her foster mom has described Winnie as a super-smart, very sweet puppy with a strong desire to please. Farfel's Rescue feels strongly that every dog deserves the opportunity for formal, positive reinforcement / force-free training classes that are virtual or in-person. We therefore aren't willing to adopt Winnie out to a home that doesn't choose to offer her this training opportunity. Farfel's is happy to provide a list of approved positive reinforcement/force-free virtual and in-person trainers in your area. Winnie is in need of a sudsy bath and coat care. With this care, she'll emerge with a cottony-soft, shining and very healthy coat that will highlight her gorgeous coloring and speak of her breed mix. Winnie will require a lifelong commitment to periodic baths/brushing and great nutrition (5 star kibble and a salmon oil supplement are always excellent choices for longevity and hair care) to keep her lovely coat very healthy, super-soft and shining. Winnie, at just 4 months old, is too young to be spayed at this time. Current research is clear that puppies are best fixed at approximately one year old after they've had the benefit of hormones to strengthen their skeleton for their later lives. Farfel's is happy to cover all costs for Winnie's spay and microchip once she reaches an appropriate age and if one of our local rescue vets is used. Winnie will be arriving on transport in Boulder on Wednesday 2/28/2024. Applications are currently being accepted for this very sweet, loving and loyal best friend and can be found at http://farfels.com/farfels-rescue/adoption-form/. If interested, please fill out completely and submit. **PLEASE NOTE** If you're truly interested in adopting Winnie please be sure to fill out our Farfel's Rescue adoption application found at the link above or at farfels.com. Adoption site applications such as Petfinder and Adoptapet don't provide enough information and therefore aren't useful. Our Farfel's application is the only initial tool that we have to determine a great match for this very deserving dog. We're sorry, but in most cases, we're unable to get back to those that don't submit our Farfel's Rescue adoption application. Thanks very much for choosing rescue.
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Buddy

Dachshund/Tibetan Spaniel

Male, 3 yrs
Boulder, CO
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Good with dogs, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
** If you are interested in adopting Buddy, please fill out our adoption application at http://farfels.com/farfels-rescue/adoption-form/ ** Look at this sweet, stumpy legged, underbite little boy! Buddy is an adorable Dachshund / TIbetan Spaniel mix. (His breed is an educated guess by the vets). Mac is 3 years old and 25 lbs. Buddy was surrendered to a small shelter in New Mexico, by a person who has been breeding then relinquishing dogs for months. Poor Buddy was so confused when he ended up in the shelter, but once he warmed up he showed how adorable he really was. He does well with other dogs, and lived in a home with other dogs previously. The following is from Buddy's foster: "Buddy is a timid guy (at first), but he's a total an undercover lover. He was very unsure in the loud shelter, but he’s loved being in a cozy home again. I was able to quickly win his heart after I gave him some spaghetti and hotdogs. Once I got him out of his kennel, he enjoyed some time in the sunshine while he got pets and eventually he crawled onto my lap and rested his head there too. I took him home and he's warmed up quite fast. Whoever gets the pleasure of adopting this sweet boy should just give him a day or 2 to decompress. We’re working on his confidence on the leash too. He will take a little bit of time to warm up, but once he realized he’s safe, he’s a really, really sweet boy. Buddy has the cutest underbite too!!!" We'd like to place Buddy in a home where he'll get consistent stimulation, exercise and love. A (virtual or in-person) positive reinforcement group training class promotes great behavior, bonding and confidence for a young guy whose self-esteem will fly high while he masters his skills. Training is so important in the future behaviors of every dog. It's for this reason that we're unwilling to adopt to a family that doesn't make this loving choice. Farfel's is happy to provide a list of both in-person and virtual positive reinforcement / force- free trainers in your area. Buddy has been fully vetted, is in great health, and up to date on his vaccines. He was not able to be neutered prior to his transport to Colorado, and since the transport can be stressful we are wanting to give him time to settle in before neutering. Neuter is required to be done within one month of Buddy's adoption date, and required to finalize any adoption. We do cover the full cost of his neuter. Farfel's Rescue is a fully foster based rescue, and offers a one week trial with every adoption. We feel that this is much more beneficial to not only the dog, but the adopter too. We believe that only getting 20-30 minutes with a dog before deciding on a lifetime commitment is not a fair amount of time to the adopter, or the dog. Therefore we give adopters one week with the dog to assure it is the right fit, and offer a full refund of their adoption fee should it not workout within the week trial. Farfel's Rescue has been doing adoptions this way since 2005 and is thrilled to adopt out ~400 dogs each year. If you are interested in adopting from us, please be sure to fill out our adoption application at http://farfels.com/farfels-rescue/adoption-form/ . **PLEASE NOTE** If you're truly interested in adopting from us, please be sure to fill out our Farfel's Rescue adoption application.
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Dianah

Dachshund/Chihuahua

Female, 10 yrs 3 mos
Pueblo, CO
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
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Prissy

Dachshund/Chihuahua

Female, 8 yrs 3 mos
Pueblo, CO
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
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Dachshund shelters & rescues in Colorado

There are animal shelters and rescues that focus specifically on finding great homes for Dachshund puppies in Colorado. Browse these Dachshund rescues and shelters below.

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Big Bones Canine Rescue

Windsor , CO 80550

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Big Bones Canine Rescue

Windsor , CO 80550

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Big Bones Canine Rescue

Windsor , CO 80550

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Farfel's Rescue

906 Pearl Street, Boulder , CO 80302

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Farfel's Rescue

906 Pearl Street, Boulder , CO 80302

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Gray Muzzle Society

PO Box 646, Morrison , CO 80465

Pet Types: cats, birds, dogs, farm animals, rabbits, reptiles, small animals

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