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Calvin

Dachshund

Male, 3 yrs 9 mos
Greensboro, NC
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
Meet Calvin, a 3 year-old standard chocolate longhair piebald that stood in line twice to get ALL the looks! And while Calvin got ALL the good looks, unfortunately he's got plenty of needs too! Before you fall head-over-heels in love with his hazel eyes and curly brown locks of fur…please read on! Calvin is what we call “HIGH MAINTENANCE” in a dog — he has severe allergies that we simply have not been able to completely curb — and his adopter will need to be prepared to continue the battle to keep Calvin’s allergies under control.  The great news is that thru multiple tests and trial and error we can provide the very long and hopefully complete list of all items that are a no-go for Calvin's wellbeing and his people's peace of mind.Calvin’s minimum monthly budget : Apoquel $60-$80 for 2 month supply, Allermyl Shampoo for his weekly medicated baths $31.21 for 4-month supply, Benadryl for when his allergies get intense $10, Calvin’s weekly food budget for his raw diet and goat milk $50…and don't forget his heartworm and flea and tick meds. BUT, the amount of love Calvin gives you back in return? PRICELESS! Calvin was surrendered by an owner that loved him deeply but unfortunately her life took an unexpected shift when she no longer had someone to look after Calvin when she traveled for work as a flight attendant. We can tell you that we rarely see the level of premium care that Calvin had in his prior home — he has been very loved. What Calvin costs his people in the pocketbook, he more than makes up for in the love department. This boy is the definition of a lover boy and you cannot help but just adore his cute curly standard dachshund coat and positive attitude. Calvin does sometimes require muzzling and wearing a cone at the times when his allergies are at peak (like spring) and sometimes to avoid eating things along the way when he goes on walks. Thankfully he does tolerate both pretty well and doesn’t fuss too much when they are required fashion accessories. Speaking of walks — Calvin might walk at a decent pace for about 30 minutes, but he will likely never be a runner or a hiker. He prefers sofa surfing to sidewalk surfing — or long naps on a blanket (no down or feathers, please) in the backyard. His form of exercise is batting his gorgeous eyes at you and trying to get you to give him a belly rub. Calvin does well on car rides, enjoys bar life, and is happy to join you wherever you go in life so long as he can be with you! Calvin gets along okay with other dogs as he is in a foster home with 2 fur siblings — but he is also used to soaking up all the attention and would gladly do that too (and let’s be honest — you might only be able to afford one dog if you adopt Calvin)! Calvin will be a friend that comes with benefits -- in that he is completely housetrained and crate trained (I mean honestly, is he even a dachshund?)...and leash trained too (though we are hoping you read above that the only time he really gets excited for a leash is to go hang out at his favorite bars around town!So if you find that you are an interested adopter with an extra $300 monthly available for his upkeep -- then we know that Calvin is the guy for you! Calvin’s needs really require an adopter that is home more than they are not (bonus points to adopters that work from home or can take Calvin to work with them-- he is currently a well-behaved office dog ). a close eye to keep him from self-harm, and a home that would be invested in continuing the battle of trying to wean Calvin off as much medicine as possible in hopes that one day we can get this sweet boy to the point of never having to use the muzzle and cone to prevent hot spots.  Further bonus points if you love bathing and trimming dogs. Calvin NEEDS and ENJOYS his home baths once a week and fairly regular trims and is wonderfully patient thru both.  Calvin’s adopters need to be within a 3 hour drive of Central NC. He comes with an entire medical history from several specialty vets to help get him started where he lands. ##2041256##
We'll also keep you updated on Layla (Maggie and Layla)'s adoption status with email updates.
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Layla (Maggie and Layla)

Dachshund

Female
Greensboro, NC
Size
(when grown) -
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Maggie (dapple 14 years old) & Layla (red 16 years old)Both weighs around 10 poundsFostered in Raleigh areaBONDED – Only adopted togetherShort version: Good with dogs, cats, kids over 12, pee pad trained (mostly), low key, needs quiet home, apartment friendlyWe are going to use a word that we’ve never used on our page to describe any dachshund ever – low maintenance. And it’s very possible this will be the one and only time we ever utter that phrase here at DBP.But Maggie and Layla are just that – easy and low key. They love each other and they love their bed. Their favorite thing in the whole world is to snuggle together butt to butt. And they will do that all day long. No barking at ghosts, no getting in your personal space, or following you to the bathroom. They enjoy pets and attention, especially Layla, who has the cutest tail wag in the world and is super sweet. Maggie is a bit timid and watches over Layla, but once she trusts you then she warms up and is your friend.They are pee pad trained, but the new family should be OK with accidents in the transition. Layla will go outside but Maggie is a pee pad girl for life. Because of their age and disposition, we are looking for quiet home. They are totally fine with dogs and cats – Maggie will explain her boundaries if needed. Because Maggie can be a touch grumpy at first, they need a home without kids under 12. They are very quiet so would be fine for an apartment. And would be totally content with a working family as well.Maggie and Layla relatively healthy for super seniors. They are both UTD on shots, hw negative, had senior bloodwork (no major issues), spayed and had an extensive dental. Maggie has a heart murmur (3 out of 6) to monitor and both take joint supplements for artritis.Their new families will need to travel to the Raleigh area to adopt – no transports. We prefer families within 4 hours of central NC, which includes, NC, VA, SC and DC area, northern GA, eastern TN, WV and southern MD. Because of their age, these girls adoption fee is a donation of the new owner’s choosing. To get started bringing these sweet ladies home, fill out an application at www.doxiebyproxy.org/orgCheck out the videos of these gals in the comments!It takes a special person to adopt a super senior. And an even more amazing home to adopt TWO. But the love and joy you will get from opening to your heart and home to these ladies is priceless. These girls are sweet, easy and need a spot spot to enjoy their golden years snuggling with each other. ##2089220##
We'll also keep you updated on Maggie (Maggie and Layla)'s adoption status with email updates.
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Maggie (Maggie and Layla)

Dachshund

Female
Greensboro, NC
Size
(when grown) -
Details
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Story
Maggie (dapple 14 years old) & Layla (red 16 years old)Both weighs around 10 poundsFostered in Raleigh areaBONDED – Only adopted togetherShort version: Good with dogs, cats, kids over 12, pee pad trained (mostly), low key, needs quiet home, apartment friendlyWe are going to use a word that we’ve never used on our page to describe any dachshund ever – low maintenance. And it’s very possible this will be the one and only time we ever utter that phrase here at DBP.But Maggie and Layla are just that – easy and low key. They love each other and they love their bed. Their favorite thing in the whole world is to snuggle together butt to butt. And they will do that all day long. No barking at ghosts, no getting in your personal space, or following you to the bathroom. They enjoy pets and attention, especially Layla, who has the cutest tail wag in the world and is super sweet. Maggie is a bit timid and watches over Layla, but once she trusts you then she warms up and is your friend.They are pee pad trained, but the new family should be OK with accidents in the transition. Layla will go outside but Maggie is a pee pad girl for life. Because of their age and disposition, we are looking for quiet home. They are totally fine with dogs and cats – Maggie will explain her boundaries if needed. Because Maggie can be a touch grumpy at first, they need a home without kids under 12. They are very quiet so would be fine for an apartment. And would be totally content with a working family as well.Maggie and Layla relatively healthy for super seniors. They are both UTD on shots, hw negative, had senior bloodwork (no major issues), spayed and had an extensive dental. Maggie has a heart murmur (3 out of 6) to monitor and both take joint supplements for artritis.Their new families will need to travel to the Raleigh area to adopt – no transports. We prefer families within 4 hours of central NC, which includes, NC, VA, SC and DC area, northern GA, eastern TN, WV and southern MD. Because of their age, these girls adoption fee is a donation of the new owner’s choosing. To get started bringing these sweet ladies home, fill out an application at www.doxiebyproxy.org/orgCheck out the videos of these gals in the comments!It takes a special person to adopt a super senior. And an even more amazing home to adopt TWO. But the love and joy you will get from opening to your heart and home to these ladies is priceless. These girls are sweet, easy and need a spot spot to enjoy their golden years snuggling with each other. ##2089219##
We'll also keep you updated on Zinnia's adoption status with email updates.
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Zinnia

Dachshund

Female
Greensboro, NC
Size
(when grown) -
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9 years old13 poundsFostered in Raleigh area Short version: Very sweet, housetrained, Great with kids over 8, gets along with dogs, needs someone home more than not , no apartments/condos, prefers women, needs daily eye meds for dry eyes (approx 25 a month) Zinnia takes a minute to warm up, but but once she does, she is head over in heals wth her person. This girl is sweet and the worlds best snuggler. And when you come home, she will give you the best ever dachshund butt waggle that makes you feel like a million bucks. While she prefers women, she could (and has been) living with a patient man – just know she will pick the woman and the man will have to work hard. She’s shown some minor guarding with her person, but it’s been easily correctable, but her new family will need to keep working on it. Because of the potential for guaridng, she would do best ina home without kids under 8. Zinnia gets attached so quickly, soshe would do best in home that doesn’t have a full-time work schedule – part time or hybrid would work great. This gal is housetrained and leashtrained – she likes to go on walks. But she is very bow legged so isnt going to be a marathon walker – our vet said there is no action to take on it. While we haven’t cat tested her, Zinnia has declared herself chief bunny secruity officer of the neighborhood so we expect her high prey drive. She gets along just fine with other dogs, but would also be fine as an only dog. She bonds with people not other dogs. Zinnia is UTD on shots, spayed, had a dental with extractions, had bloodwork, is microchipped and is HW negative. She has a heart murmer that needs to be monitored (3/6), but does not need medication. Because of dry eyes, Zinnia also needs daily eye drops that run about 25 a month when bought online. To get started bringing this gal home, fill out an application at www.doxiebyproxy.org/application We’ve seen this gal blossom so much over the past month that she’s been in foster care. And we can’t wait to see how she continues to show her peronality as she gains confidence and socialization.   ##2080996##
We'll also keep you updated on Weenie's adoption status with email updates.
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Weenie

Dachshund

Female, Senior
Archdale, NC
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,
Story
I adopted weenie 1-2 months ago for someone since they were getting rid of her before they were gonna take her to the pound. I am not able to keep her. She’s very sweet cuddly and doesn’t make any ruckus at all. She loves to sleep all day and cuddle up right next to you!

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