Southern California Dachshund Relief Inc. is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Corp that has been rescuing needy dachshunds around Southern, Central and Northern California since 1994! Please help us on our mission to find our rescues forever homes!

We have been doing rescue for over 23 years and have rescued over 4,000 dachshunds and counting!


The 2018 Wiener Winter Festival is Just Around the Corner!

Sponsored by Southern California Dachshund Relief, Inc.

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On Sunday, December 9, 2018, we’re starting off the holidays with our annual Wiener Winter Festival! Summer’s Wiener Roundup had a great turnout, so we’re relying on all friends of the lovable dachshund to spread the word and come out to Old World Village in Huntington Beach for a wild day of dachshunds.

Holiday Outfits and Accessories are Encouraged!

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Dachshund Races!

Start training your contender early because the (few) dachshunds that take their racing seriously are faster than a speeding bullet! But also keep in mind most contenders meander, turn back, jump the divider, stop for a sniff or two or three or four, and are easily distracted. So don’t be shy about entering your best friend no matter what he/she might do when the starting gate goes up.

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Raffle!
Many great prizes are available! Don’t forget to load up on raffle tickets for your favorite prizes!


There will also be a variety of Biere (beers) on tap, plus food, laughter, cheering (during the dachshund races the crowd gets delightfully loud), and endless dachshund stories that warm hearts. All well-behaved pets (on a leash please) are welcome.

"In dachshund racing there are no losers.  Only wieners!"


Max Has Been Adopted (Again)! Congratulations Max!

Max was adopted from SCDR almost 3 years ago and was having a great life. Then, sadly, his human suddenly passed away. SCDR alumni are always welcome back when there’s no where else to go, so Max ended up back with us for a while. Dogs are pretty good at adapting to new situations, but we humans do need to be patient. Our new family member(s) may not eat right away, or be all that friendly. They’re scared and disoriented, and need time to settle in. Sometimes it’s a fast process, sometimes not so fast. Usually love, attention, patience, and routine are all that’s needed to help them quickly become part of the family.

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Max (3626) | Age: 6 years | D.O.B.: 5/27/2012 | Color: Red | Coat: Smooth | Sex: Male/Neutered | Size: Mini – 10 lbs.


In 2017 SCDR rescued over 300 dachshunds, pushing our grand total to over 4,200 dachshunds saved since we were founded in 1994. Our doors our open to all doxies from all walks of life , including the old, injured, and "hospice" dogs.  Some rescues are very expensive to vet, but we do whatever is necessary for the love of the breed.

SCDR is a 501(c)(3) non-profit operating entirely on donations and with volunteers.  All donations, big or small, help take care of these wonderful dogs.

If you prefer to use a check or money order, please make them payable to "SCDR", and mail to:
So. Cal. Dachshund Relief, Inc.
P. O. Box 2634
La Habra, CA  90631.

Here are a just few of the dachshunds your donations helped during 2017:



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Page last updated: 11/19/18