Tuesday’s Tails: Featuring Pretzel – An Adoptable Dachshund

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.

Pretzel - Adoptable Dachshund

Do I look like a senior to you?
Not a gray hair in sight!

Pretzel’s PetFinder page says that he is a sweet and friendly guy,
but is lacking much other information.
I do know that he has been waiting for adoption for quite some time
because he has been appearing in my searches
for adoptable Dachshunds for what seems like months.
Perhaps he is getting passed over due to his age, which always makes me sad.
Let’s try to help Pretzel find a forever home soon!

Pretzel - Adoptable Dachshund

I’m quite handsome, don’t you think?

For more information about Pretzel, you may contact:
Animal Rescue Foundation
Pet ID# TOKT 6123
Currently available for adoption
in Tulsa, Oklahoma
Phone: 918-622-5962
Email contact: Claire
thetallestgirlever@gmail.com
ARF does not adopt any adult pets outside of the Tulsa area
without excellent veterinary/health records for current or recent dogs or cats.
Animal Rescue Foundation can also be found on Facebook


This post is a part of the Tuesday’s Tails Blog Hop,
kindly hosted by the friendly dogs and folks at Dogs N Pawz.

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A little about this blog hop, via Dogs N Pawz:

This is the Blog Hop that features shelter animals. Find a cat, dog, rabbit, etc. at your local animal shelter or rescue and feature them on this Blog Hop! Come join the fun and help a furry friend find a forever home! And while you’re at it, don’t forget to visit the other blogs and share their doggies, cats, rabbits, and all the other animals that need forever homes on your social media sites. Please spread the word!

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10 Responses to Tuesday’s Tails: Featuring Pretzel – An Adoptable Dachshund

  1. Bren says:

    Too cute and shared!
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  2. Brian says:

    Oh my goodness, he most certainly doesn’t look like a senior and he is so very handsome. I sure hope a forever home is on the way.
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  3. houndstooth says:

    He looks like such a sweet fellow! I hope he doesn’t have to wait much longer. I feel especially bad for senior dogs in kennels.
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  4. BoingyDog says:

    He’s a cutie! I hope he finds a home soon. A great project would be a national non-profit focused only on finding potential homes for senior dogs. I was helping a friend find a home for a foster and this older gentleman contacted me interested in the dog. He walked 7 miles a day and was looking for a dog to join him. Other than his walks he and his wife were pretty laid back at home most days. My friend’s foster was a very high energy younger dog but I suggested he find a senior dog that was still in good shape and could keep up with his walks but that wouldn’t be begging him and his wife for attention and play all day and night. He thought that was a great idea and I hope they found one. Keeping my fingers crossed for Pretzel!
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    • Pam says:

      Yeah, there are a few local/regional organizations dedicated to senior dog rescue/rehoming, but no national ones that I know of. The first one I think of off the top of my head is Muttville.org They are based in San Francisco… I’m not certain if they only operate there or if their reach extends further. Definitely something to look into! I could totally get behind a national organization dedicated to the rescue of senior dogs.
      And yes, that was very smart of you to point that man in the direction of getting a still-active senior dog instead of a high-energy younger dog. (That was my worry when finding a home for Gracie… she is young and high energy… and needs someone who wants to be active all the time; I hope the new adoptive family is active enough for her.)

  5. What a cute name and what a cute boy! The homeless senior break my heart. Sharing.
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  6. Very cute. Hope he finds a good home.
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  7. Dogs N Pawz says:

    Poor Pretzel. Paws crossed he finds his forever home. Sharing.
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  8. Jodi says:

    Cute boy, I hope he finds a home!
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  9. Imgoog says:

    Pretzel looks so adorable! His name is also cute. I wish I could adopt him <3

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