Update: Saturday, March 23, 2019 5:05 pm CST — We have received a lot of interest in Remy already and the person overseeing the rehoming is a little overwhelmed. Therefore, we’re removing the number for now. They’re going to take some time to sort through the current interested parties, and if none of them workout, we’ll publish the number again. Thanks! Good news. 🙂
Attention friends. If you’re in the Southern California area, we have an adorable darling dachshund looking for a new home. His current humans are dealing with some extreme health concerns, and they believe this young pup needs more attention they can currently offer. ❤ It’s sad for them to say goodbye, but kudos to them for putting the pooch’s needs first and recognizing their current limitations. #ResponsibleGuardianship ❤
It’s our pleasure to introduce Remy, the longhair cream male dachshund. Remy will be celebrating his 2nd birthday in May. Remy originally hails from breeders in Canada, and weighs about 8 pounds. He’s a true miniature dachshund, and from what I’ve seen has a very sweet disposition. He’s leash and potty trained and is wonderful in public. Remy would probably do best in an environment without small children (since he doesn’t have much exposure to them) and would probably like being part of a family with an existing dachshund pack (but not a mandate). ❤ Those people with dachshunds now or previously will be given preferable attention. 🙂
There is a rehoming fee, and in the event that Remy doesn’t workout, he must be returned, and not taken to a shelter or transferred to another human.
We’ll let the pictures speak for Remy, especailly those sweet eyes and regal constitution. But as avid and experienced dachshund human, I’ll leave those reading with these final thoughts.
I know many of us love puppies, and there’s much to be desired about getting a puppy. There is ALSO much work involved in raising a puppy, more than I think the average person is really prepared to give (or realize). We sometimes forget about those sleepless night and destruction that too often accompanies puppyhood. I continue to be advocate for friends rescuing a slightly older dog, like a two-year. I think accepting a two-year canine companion, allows you to avoid some of the potential pitfalls of puppyhood, but they’re still young enough to be molded to your family. Food for thought friends.
Lastly. If our situation was different. If Rufus was younger and in better health, I’d happily snatch up Remy for myself, which I believe is the best compliment / endorsement I can offer. ❤ Let my loss be your gain. I hope Remy finds a family that will worship him like the King, I think he is. ❤
Please forward and cross post friends. Let’s do what we can to help this precious pup find his forever family. 🙂 Thank you! #RehomingDachshundAlert ❤
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