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Cody Crossbill 

Rescued: 01/05/18
Status: Available
Adoption Fee: $250
Gender: Male
Age: Young (1-5 Years)
Size: Tweenie (12-16 lbs)
Color: Red
Coat: Smooth
Needs a Dog Buddy
Cody is an adorable young dachshund who is shy and cautious at first, but very very affectionate and friendly once he warms up to you. It only takes a few moments and then he'll be following you around and putting paws up on you to pick him up. He loves playing with other dogs, big and small, he definitely needs a dog buddy because he likes to chase and be chased! He's not aggressive in any way, he has a great temperament. He was found with his twin brother Logan Larkspur running around a neighborhood, apparently lost or someone just let them loose. (Unfortunately this does happen! People dump their dogs in neighborhoods thinking someone else will step up and take them in) Lucky for these boys, it was in an area where we have a kind hearted foster mom who did take them in! Cody is not leashtrained at all, this will take time and patience for him to learn that being on leash is ok, also he loves to run in the yard and lay in the sun, so for this reason he must go to house, not an apartement/condo setting. Cody's coat is a deep red with a gorgeous black overlay and he feels like velvet when you pet him, I was really surprised how soft he was! He doesn't really like being left alone, so a family who has a stay at home mom, or works from home, or an active retired couple would be best.

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PO BOX 591819 HOUSTON TX 77259
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