Tag Archives: rescue organizations
Today’s Featured Adoptable Dog is Lacey
Lacey is a smooth-haired brindle Dachshund
available for adoption from Noble County PAWS
At 13 pounds, Lacey falls into the “tweenie” size range
(larger than a Mini, smaller than a Standard)
She is adult, but not senior, at six years old.
Today’s Featured Adoptable Dog is Geena
Geena is a smooth-haired red Dachshund
available for adoption from Animal Rescue Foundation.
At 11 pounds, she would classify as a Mini.
However, she is estimated to only be about
a year old, so she may not be quite done growing yet.
Today’s Featured Adoptable Dog is Pretzel
Pretzel is a smooth-haired red Dachshund that has been with
Animal Rescue Foundation for quite a while now.
He is estimated to be nine years old,
but he certainly doesn’t look it.
Today’s Featured Adoptable Dog is Ivy
Ivy is a smooth-haired Dachshund mix that has been with
Pet Adoption League for a quite a while now.
She is black with subtle areas of chocolate on her face and paws.
Estimated to be a young adult around 2½ years old.
On Tuesdays, I usually participate in the Tuesday’s Tails Blog Hop, which is a hop dedicated to featuring adoptable pets and networking them.
However, I have been struggling all morning to choose a sweetheart to feature. Lately, I’ve been featuring Dachshunds from Furever Dachshund Rescue, but today I decided to roll the dice at PetFinder. My gamble ended in tears.
August is Senior Pets Month,
so today I have decided to feature not one,
but two adoptable seniors!
Maximus & Kiki
Today’s Featured Adoptable Dog is LuLu
LuLu is a longhaired Dachshund that has been with
Furever Dachshund Rescue for a quite a while now.
She is black with white chest markings and white-tipped paws.
Estimated to be about six years old – she is mature, but not quite senior.
Today’s Featured Adoptable Dog is Franny
Franny is a black & tan Dachshund that has been with
Furever Dachshund Rescue for a few months now.
At a bit over nine years old, she would classify as a senior.
But don’t worry – she’s in great shape… more on that below.
Today’s Featured Adoptable Dog is Judson
Judson is a black & tan dachshund that has been with
Furever Dachshund Rescue for over a year now.
He initially came to rescue after losing his human to an accident.
It was surely a very sad time for Judson, but it wasn’t very long
before he came to be known as a “class clown”.
I have watched quite a few videos featuring the amazing rescue efforts of Hope For Paws,
one very amazing organization making a huge difference in the lives of neglected animals everywhere.
Although they are based in Los Angeles, California, their videos have inspired a worldwide network of rescuers. What an impact! At the very least, the videos change the way people see stray dogs and shelter dogs, inspiring them to adopt a pet and save a life.