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Honey Hotdog 

Status: Available
Adoption Fee: $225
Gender: Female
Age: Young (3-7 Years)
Size: Tweenie (12-16 lbs)
Color: Blue & Tan
Coat: Wirehaired
No Other Dogs
Heartworm Positive

Designer Dachsie
Once lost and afraid, I found my way to safety thanks to the kind efforts of a DREAM volunteer. With no home to call my own, DREAM Dachshund Rescue extended a helping paw and welcomed me into their loving care.

Settling into my foster home has been a gradual process, but day by day, I'm blossoming into a transformed soul. The sight of my foster mom's return fills me with overwhelming joy, prompting me to prance around the living room, wagging my tail so vigorously it could almost take flight.

I can get a little possessive of my people, so I wouldn't mind being an only dog. I'm strong-willed and tolerate other dogs as long as they give me space. If you have young children, I'm probably not the best choice for you.

Through the patient guidance of my foster family, I am discovering the joys of a stable and nurturing home. Each passing day brings me closer to finding my forever family, where I can continue to grow and thrive in an environment that understands and cherishes me.

If you're seeking a loyal and devoted companion who will appreciate your love and attention, I might just be the perfect match. Together, we can embark on a journey filled with endless cuddles, delightful moments, and the unconditional bond that only a rescued soul can offer.

Sponsor Honey Hotdog

PO BOX 591819 HOUSTON TX 77259
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