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Trixie Tomyum  Apply to Adopt

Rescued: 01/19/17
Status: Available
Adoption Fee: $200
Gender: Female
Age: Adult (6-10 Years)
Size: Tweenie (12-16 lbs)
Color: Red Dapple
Coat: Smooth
This precious girl is Trixie Tomyum. She recently came to DREAM when we received a plea for help from a veterinary clinic north of Houston. Sadly, Trixie and her buddy Paco’s owner had passed away suddenly and the surviving family was not able to keep them. They dropped the pair off at the clinic and relinquished ownership. Originally thought to be a bonded pair, their foster mom tells us that they are totally independent of each other. Trixie is a 6-7 years old smooth, red dapple Dachshund who likes to get out of her crate and explore inside and out. She is very sweet and gets along well with all her foster sibling dogs and even the cat. She will use a potty pad when she has to go and sleeps all night long in a crate or in a bed in her foster mom's room. Trixie would make a super companion, especially for someone retired or working from home. She is very sweet and absolutely beautiful, but a bit over weight, so she is on a special diet to aid in trimming down. She is pretty gentle but really would do best in a home of adults and grown kids only with no small children.

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