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Dachshund puppies and dogs in Jackson, Georgia

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Rocky

Dachshund Mixed Breed (Medium)

Male, 2 yrs 6 mos
Sharpsburg, GA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Rocky is a very sweet boy looking for a very special home. Rocky was found on the side of the road after being hit by a car. Thankfully, a wonderful person stopped to help him and contacted Hearts & Homes. Without hesitation, we were able to get him the care that he needed. Rocky underwent extensive surgery to stabilize a fractured spine and bilateral hindlimb fractures. Despite Rocky's extensive injuries, he has come such a long way and is back to feeling like a typical happy, bouncy puppy! What Rocky is not aware of, and what he requires most is a quiet lifestyle with someone that understands his needs moving forward. Given the extent of his injuries, Rocky will require a "low-impact" lifestyle. Due to risk of reinjury and possible need for additional surgeries should reinjury occur, Rocky will never be allowed to use the stairs, jump on or off of furniture, or roughhouse with other pets. Thankfully, his extra-large crate has become his safe haven and he thrives on a routine consisting of controlled leash walks, assistance onto the couch while supervised, and quiet play time with toys -- and boy does he love destroying a toy! 🙂 Rocky is a very sweet and gentle dog but would do best in a home without large/high energy dogs or young children. He would likely be too interested in kitties, and therefore may do best as an only dog. Rocky can be protective of his food around other dogs but does wonderfully when fed in his crate. Rocky would also do best with a family that is home during the day or with someone who may be able to bring him to work on a regular basis as he loves meeting people and will quickly learn where the treat jar is kept!If you are looking for a sweet dog that loves to cuddle, play with toys, and rest his head on your shoulder during car rides, Rocky is your boy! Although his requirements may seem specific, he is still a very young and adaptable dog, so please contact us with any questions or concerns you may have. He would love to meet you! ❤️ Please note that Rocky's final recheck appointment is due in mid to late October, and as long as he gets the "all clear" will be able to be adopted toward the end of October! He is currently being seen at the Auburn University Small Animal Hospital, where he would ideally return for any future care that is required.Adoption applications may be submitted via our website www.heartsnhomesrescue.org.
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Caesar

Dachshund Chihuahua

Male, Senior
Atlanta, GA
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Hi, I'm Caesar! I came to the AHS to find my forever home with a family that will love me and spoil me like every dog should be! I will need a family that is willing to spend time with me and train me to be a great adult dog. Could it be with you? Bring everyone (Fido too!) down for a meet and greet! I promise you won't be disappointed.
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Yvette

Dachshund

Female, 1 yr 2 mos
Madison, GA
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
YvetteDachshund MixFemaleDOB: 1/01/23Adoption Fee: $200Meet Yvette, one of our two energetic low riders! The girls love to get their energy out running crazy zoomies around the yard together! After they've sufficiently worn each other out, they enjoy relaxing and curiously watching the dogs in the other play yards. Come on over and have a blast with these two short stacks!Please read the animal bios completely before requesting additional information as we do our best to answer the most frequently ask questions in these bios. In order to adopt one of our animals an application must be submitted and approved. You can find these applications by going to http://humanemorgan.org/index.php?page=adoption ABOUT ADOPTING FROM THE HSMC: The shelter address is 1170 Fairground Rd. Madison, GA 30650. For more information on any of our pets, please feel free to email us at INFO@HUMANEMORGAN.ORG give us a call at 706-343-9977. All dogs are heartworm negative, current on vaccines/dewormings, and microchipped. All cats are FeLv/FIV negative, current on vaccines/dewormings, and microchipped. We are open 10am-5pm Monday-Saturday, we schedule our last adoption at 4pm everyday to allow our staff enough time to feed and walk dogs. We are an animal shelter and therefore are not able to individually potty train our residents. Many adult dogs do arrive “house broken” however due to animal behavior any change in environment will make an emotional impact on the animals and therefore initiate unwanted behaviors during the acclamation period. Please keep this in mind. Puppies do not have the biological maturity to maintain absolute bladder or bowel control and will require a certain degree of potty training and house breaking. Please consider the time and commitment it takes to provide the necessary building blocks for these special babies, prior to submitting your application. If you have any questions please email us at info@humanemorgan.org and provide name of the animal you are interested in, in the subject line. Thank you, HSMC Staff ADOPTION FEES Adoption Fees may change without notice. Always verify the fee when finalizing the adoption. ~ Cats and Kittens ~ * Under 1 Year = $100 * 1-5 Years = $75 * Over 5 Years = $50 ** Purebred cats and kittens may be subject to special pricing ~ Mix Breed Dogs ~ * Under 1 Year = $200 * 1 -3 Years = $175 * 4-8 Years = $150 * Over 8 Years = $100~ Purebred and Designer Breed Dogs ~ * Under 1 Year = $375 * 1-3 Years = $350 * 4-8 Years = $275 * Over 8 Years = $150 ~ Medical and Special Needs ~ We have rescued dogs and cats which require additional medical care or that have special needs which are not life threatening. In these cases we may require a higher fee to help recoup the costs of their care while at our rescue.

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35.1 miles

Humane Society of Morgan County

1170 Fairground Road, Madison, GA 30650

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39.1 miles

Hearts 'n Homes Rescue

PO Box 932, Sharpsburg, GA 30277

Pet Types: dogs

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43.4 miles

Atlanta Humane Society

1551 Perry Boulevard NW, Atlanta, GA 30318

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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