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We'll also keep you updated on PennyKae's adoption status with email updates.
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PennyKae

Dachshund Chihuahua

Female, Adult
Princeton, MN
Size
(when grown) -
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Good with kids, Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered,
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You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website. Introducing PennyKae! Penny's journey began when she was found abandoned in a crate in a park in Texas. She was covered in fleas and clearly had recently had puppies. Despite her rough start, Penny's a smart cookie who loves nothing more than playing with her toys. Let's talk toys – Penny is absolutely obsessed with them. She'll gather up every toy she can find and stash them in her crate or her designated area, claiming them as her own. She can be a bit of a toy hog and doesn't like having them taken away, which her foster family is working with her on. While she's not a fan of sharing her toys, Penny does get along fine with other animals, as long as they respect her boundaries. Penny's a loving and affectionate pup who's always ready for snuggles, but she can be cautious around strangers. It is important to have slow introductions to new people and allow her to feel comfortable on her own time. Her daily routine revolves around toy hunting and playtime, with meals and potty breaks sprinkled in between. She's a quiet sleeper who's content to snooze in her crate until it's time to start the day. Penny has a playful personality and affectionate nature. If you're looking for a loyal companion who'll keep you entertained with her toy antics and shower you with love, PennyKae might just be the perfect match for you. So, if you're ready to open your heart and home to this delightful pup, Penny's waiting to meet you! Penny currently lives with large and small dogs and adults. She has not been introduced to cats. Due to her resource guarding of toys, small children may not be a good fit for her at this time.   PennyKae is from Texas.  If you are interested in getting to know this animal better, please fill out an adoption application. An adoption application is the best way to show your interest in an animal and is not a binding contract. To learn more about Ruff Start’s adoption process and the care our foster animals receive, please visit our How to Adopt page. If you are unable to adopt but want to help this animal and others in our care, you can   donate   to support the medical and veterinary needs of all Ruff Start Rescue animals.     Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.June 13, 2024, 11:47 am

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We'll also keep you updated on Max's adoption status with email updates.
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Max

Dachshund

Male, Adult
Coon Rapids, MN
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Not good with dogs, Not good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
We are elderly and our children are moving us to a place where we can not take max. Max is puppy trained on puppy pads because we can’t do the stairs to take him outside. Max barks at everything. If the phone rings, he howls. If anybody comes to the house he barks nonstop he barks if left alone. Max was born 2/2/2017. We. Got him from a breeder. He presently is in need of his rabies shot. He follows us around everywhere we go. I can give you his bed, blankets, toys and puppy pads until you are to train him to go outside. Max is very loving. He sleeps in his bed next to our bed. He likes to be held. He likes to be talked to. He truly needs someone that can train him.
We'll also keep you updated on Walter's adoption status with email updates.
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Walter

Dachshund American Bulldog

Male, Adult
Minneapolis, MN
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website. //   Find our applications at www.midwestanimalrescue.orgAdoption Fee $400 plus taxWalter is a goofy and cuddly guy who wants to be near his people. He loves laying in the sun, going on walks, treats & toys and being under the covers.    Walter needs a fully fenced yard as he can be quite the escape artist. He likes to run for short bursts in the yard and find smells to roll in.  Walter gets along with his two resident dogs, but is still learning polite greetings with new dogs.   Walter is very curious, and needs someone who can be patient and reassure him. He is still working on leash training and is currently demonstrating some reactivity with other dogs. Based on the fosters observations we beleive that Walter may be hard of hearing.   Walter is left home with the resident dogs for a few hours at a time. He is known to be a snoop and counter surfer, so he is put in a room with our resident dog. He will settle when left with a doggy friend.    Walter picks up on patterns and routines quickly. He is not a quiet boy and will express his needs.   At this time, we do not how Walter does with kids or cats. Walter tends to be curious, cautious and skittish around new animals and meeting people outside the home.    Currently we are working on basic obedience and leash etiquette. Walter seems to have some reduced hearing and vision. We suspect it's genetic/congenital. He does not seem to be in any pain from it and we are working with MARS Vet to keep tabs on it. If you have previously applied with us please email adoptionatmars@gmail.com to reactivate your application with new interest.All fees are subject to MN sales tax and a processing fee at the time of adoption. We accept Credit cards, Debit cards as well as cash. At this time we do not accept checks.   Our Adoption fees for all animals cover required vetting: which includes, Rabies, Distemper Vaccine Series, Bordetella, Deworming, Heartworm Test as age appropriate, Spay or Neuter and Microchip and registration. Adoption Fees are Non Negotialble. All fees are subject to MN sales tax and a processing fee at the time of adoption.   Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.  or    *The pet you are viewing is a rescued pet which is most often from an animal control facility and does not come with a pedigree. The breed(s) listed are our best guess and are in no way guaranteed. Sometimes the pets appear to be a particular breed(s) in the pictures we receive from our rescue partners and when they arrive we are surprised to see an entirely different breed(s) in person!  If you choose to DNA test your adopted pet, test results may vary from company to company and our breed guess may not be reflected in those results as it is just that, our best guess. It is with deep longing that we wish there was a breed called 'cute' as we believe all of our dogs would fall under this new breed classification! Completion of an Adoption Application via our website www.midwestanimalrescue.org is the best way to show your interest in an animal and is the first step in our adoption process.  *Animals who are not fully vaccinated and altered are not eligible for long distance adoption. When you adopt a pet from Midwest Animal Rescue and Services, your adoption fee covers: Microchip and registration, Core Vaccines including Rabies, Distemper and bordetella, age appropriate heartworm testing or FeLV-FIV testing, sterilization, heartworm/flea-tick prevention and deworming while in foster care.  Adoption fees are non-negotiable and can be paid by cashier's check, money order or credit card. We do not accept personal checks. Any issues that arise after adoption are the full responsibility of the adopter after the finalization of adoption. Adoption fees are only part of the expense of owning a pet, so we ask you to consider the costs for the life of the pet before adoption. We recommend pet insurance. //
We'll also keep you updated on Mielle's adoption status with email updates.
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Mielle

Dachshund

Female, Adult
Brooklyn Center, MN
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Hello, my Name is Mielle (Mi-el) – it means “honey” in English (even though it is not technically spelled correctly in Spanish, I am not sure what happened there). I think I was given this name because of my honey-like colored coat that resembles the color of honey! You may ask why my name is Mielle instead of honey, well that is because I came from Tijuana, Mexico, which is where my journey started. I have had a rough short two years of life this far and have not really had a chance to feel safe until I came to Minnesota with No Dog Left Behind Rescue. My foster moms have been so kind, sweet, loving and caring, but I have a huge guard up. I think it may be fair to share my story so if you are really truly interested in adopting me, you understand it will take time and patience.  I am originally from Tijuana, Mexico. I spent the first year of my life as a stray, running the streets of Mexico. I learned how to defend myself and take care of myself without the help of any humans. After some time, I was taken into foster care. That time is a little fuzzy and I was not comfortable because I was so used to being a stray, so humans scared me. During that time, I ended up having puppies, which was back in October of just last year (2023). After I had my puppies (3 months later), I was brought to MN in January 2024. As you can imagine that is a lot for a little girl like me, who is only 2 years old. When I came to MN. I was timid, shy and unsure of what was going on. I was put into yet another foster home without anything familiar to me. There I spent about 2.5 months with my new foster mom, she was great, but it did take me a while to adjust to the new setting. I was scared, so I didn’t want to come out of my crate for a few days, but my foster mom would take me out to go potty. After about a week, I finally decided I was in a safe place and could start to relax a little more with my foster mom and walk around the yard with her on my leash. However, the foster mom had a son, and he scared me, like really scared me, something traumatic in Mexico must have happened with a man so they really scare me. When I would see foster moms’ son, I would run to my crate and get really scared and shake. Because of this, foster mom thought it would be best if I was moved into a different foster home that didn’t have males. So, I moved into yet another new foster home in April. This brings me to my current foster home. When we arrived at my new foster home, I was so scared.  I had no idea why I was being moved again since I was getting comfortable at the last one. My new foster mom set my crate down in the living room and opened the door. I did not want to come out, she allowed me time to get comfortable. It took me 4 days to finally feel comfortable to come out. During the night she would put an x-pen up around my crate with puppy pads and my food and water in with me. At night when no one was around I would come out of my crate to eat, drink, and go potty on the puppy pads. I did that for about 4 days, then after that I finally got brave and came out of my crate. Foster mom has a resident puppy who is 8 months old and likes to play but is a bit bigger than me and kind of scared me a little. Foster mom also had a little toy cup poodle puppy who I think thought I was her mom, and I enjoyed her company. After about a week I was starting to come around. But then the foster mom had her nephews over, I did not like that. When they came over to pet me, I got really scared and warned them with a growl to not come near me. I was still not feeling comfortable with men. It has been a month now since I have been here with my foster mom and resident pup, I am still adjusting and have my days. I still get scared when foster mom comes over sometimes for no reason at all. If foster mom walks near my dog bed area where I am laying, I will get up and move. I don’t mind the resident dog, he tries to play with me, but I am just not sure what to do and I want to play but then I get scared and run back to my dog bed. When I am outside in the fenced area, I feel the happiest, my tail starts to wag, and I think foster mom knows that is where I am comfortable because I look happiest outside! I do not like seeing the leash, when I see that I freeze up and shut down and take steps backwards, so if I need to be on a leash, it’s best to pick me up and bring me to my leash while holding me. I think I would do best in a home with no other dogs or maybe a smaller quieter dog, a fenced in yard where you can just let me out to run and a preferred female only home and no kids!  I know these are high demands, but I know my perfect human is out there who will love me, and we will be best friends!  I know my bio is long, but I want people to understand me and know when you bring me home, I will be scared, and it will take time and patience and if you read this far and are still interested and think you would be a perfect fit, please apply for me! I really would love a fur ever home! Adoption fee includes: Full veterinary exam, Alter, Prepaid microchip, Dewormed, Rabies vaccine (if age appropriate), Distemper combo vaccine(s) appropriate to age, Bordetella vaccine, 4DX (over 6 months of age), Flea/tick and heartworm preventative while in rescue. Adoption fee: $450.00 Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.June 13, 2024, 8:27 am
We'll also keep you updated on Julian's adoption status with email updates.
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Julian

Dachshund

Male, 3 yrs 1 mo
Plymouth, MN
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Julian is an amazing little guy. He might not be pure doxie, but he has all the character of one. He is working on potty training and is doing great on a schedule. He doesn't seem to know basic commands but he is smart, willing and treat motivated so he should learn quickly. He already learned not to door dash. He doesn't love his kennel but does settle down after a bit and keeps it clean. He would prefer  to sleep with his humans. He loves kids and does great with our resident dog. He is kind and gentle. He loves toys and snuggling under blankets with his people. Overall he low maintenance but is super fun and very sweet. He loves walks, does well on a leash but had a little trouble picking one direction. As a typical Doxie, he will let you if anything is going on you should know about but he isn't obsessive about it. ##2043216##
We'll also keep you updated on Daisey's adoption status with email updates.
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Daisey

Dachshund Corgi

Female, Adult
Minneapolis, MN
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Welcome Daisey to CCPAL foster program. She is an 8-year-old Dachshund/Corgi is our best guess. She has a longer body and upright ears. She is a scenting breed for sure. She is active and social and not the couch potato dog. She weighs 25 pounds. She is good with a dog smaller and a dog larger. The larger dog is a pit Bull and she does good with that more dominant dog as well. She is around children and is a great dog for a family with kiddos. She has a 5 year old and a baby in her home. This family has found they have to move into a rental house. The rental house will only allow 2 dogs. They are sad but there is no other option. Pit Bulls are tougher to rehome so she is rehoming her favorite dog. She was crying telling this story. Daisey is potty trained, good on a leash, good in a car, good with other dogs, kids and strangers. She will need a fenced yard or walked on a leash. She can catch a scent and wonder off. She has a nice sturdy body and will make a great companion for an active family or active senior. She can be an only dog or go with another dog. This dog has a lot of good years in front of her and is by no means an old acting dog. She is in good health, vaccinated, spayed and ready for her forever home. She is a shedding dog but only moderately. She is in Texas and can be adopted locally or we can work with one of the wonderful transporters to help get her to Washington, Portland (Oregon), Minnesota, Vermont or all along the East Coast. Her adoption fee is 300 and transport is 200. Rhode Island and Massachusetts are not states we adopt to because of the regulations imposed by these states. Contact Marlene at 210-867-1769 or email ccpalinquiries@gmail.com if you have questions. Online applications at www.ccpalrescue.org/ See her cute video. https://youtu.be/eMLzAJO7uxM
We'll also keep you updated on Ginger's adoption status with email updates.
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Ginger

Dachshund Beagle

Female, Adult
Minneapolis, MN
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Welcome Ginger to CCPAL Rescue. She is a 3.5-year old Dachshund/Beagle. She is good with other dogs. She has been in off-leash play groups with dogs bigger than she is and she does great. She is a hound and will scent off. She weighs about 20 pounds. She is a little chunky but she is a foodie. A little less food and more exercise would help. She needs a fenced yard and not underground type fencing. She was playing games today when we were trying to leash her but she is a foodie and will work for treats. She has a nice sturdy long body. This will allow her to be a good walking companion. She would be best in a Ranch style home with fewer stairs. The longer body dogs do best if they don’t have to climb lots of stairs and keep their weight in check. She is healthy, vaccinated and spayed and is ready for her forever home. She is great with other dogs. She is in off-leash play groups with dogs bigger than her. She minds her own business and doesn’t cause any trouble. She is crated at the Rescue and she does fine in a crate. She would be fine with children. We like them to be 8 or older. We would like someone familiar with the Doxie breed as we can see the Doxie personality in this little girl. Doxie’s bond deeply and usually pick one person in the family to be their person. We would expect her to do this in her new home as well. A smaller yard would be fine for this girl and only a moderately active family would be fine. She won’t need tons of exercise to be happy. She is currently in Texas and can be adopted locally. We can also work with one of the wonderful transporters to get her to Washington, Portland(Oregon), Minnesota, Vermont or all along the East Coast. Her adoption fee is 300 and transport is 200. Rhode Island and Massachusetts are not states we adopt to because of the regulations imposed by these states. Contact Marlene at 210-867-1769 or email ccpalinquiries@gmail.com if you have questions. Online applications at www.ccpalrescue.org/ See her cute video.

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Ruff Start Rescue

PO Box 129, Princeton, MN 55371

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PO Box 290073, Minneapolis, MN 55429

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PO Box 29461, Brooklyn Center, MN 55429

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3500 Vicksburg Lane N., #220, Plymouth, MN 55447

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Minneapolis, MN 55416

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Minneapolis, MN 55404

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