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LAST UPDATED: 05-20-19

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Walter (4664)

Age: 9 months
D.O.B.: 08//09/2018
Color: Clear Red
Coat: Smooth
Sex: Male/Neutered
Size: Mini – 12 lbs.


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walter is SAFE WITH CATS!

Walter had the most wonderful home for the past 5 months. But life has a way of throwing a curve-ball when least expected. Serious allergy issues have rendered his young owner incapable of continuing to care for Walter. We were delighted to take Walter into our rescue program and find him a wonderful home.

Isn’t Walter super cute? Check out those super short legs and chubby feet. His picture doesn’t do him justice. His coloring is called “clear red”, because he has no black pigment in his nose, toenails, or around his eyes. He has hazel eyes, and his ears are long and luxurious. Walter is 99% house trained, crate trained, good on a leash, but may need some lessons in no pulling. He is very good in the car, and wants to ride shotgun in someone’s lap so he can see out the window.

Walter gets along fine with other small dogs. He respects the “alpha dog”, so he would be fine with a dominant female companion. His former owner says he is safe with cats. Walter is a bit nervous when meeting new people and needs a few minutes to warm up. Once he is comfortable, he is just a big loveable teddy bear.

The home for Walter must have the following attributes:

  • Someone at home most of the day, stay-at-home moms/dads or folks who work from home.

  • Previous dachshund experience is a big plus.

  • Another YOUNG dog for play and companionship, preferably female.

  • A very secure INDOOR place for Walter to be when no one is at home.

  • Applicants must be between 30 and 65 years of age (no exceptions).

  • No infants or toddlers, please, but we will consider families with respectful children over 8 years old.

Walter is healthy, fully vaccinated and microchipped. Walter is currently sleeping in his crate in the master bedroom, but he really would love to sleep in the big bed with his people.

If you can provide Walter with a wonderful home, please call Dena at 562-694-6868 or email at Dena@SCDR.org. An adoption application and home check are required.

The tax deductible donation for Walter is $400.00

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Lionel (4662)

Age: 9 months
D.O.B.: 8/23/2018
Color: Red w/White Markings
Coat: Semi-Longhair
Sex: Male/Neutered
Size: Tweenie – 15 lbs.

We rescued Lionel from a back yard breeder in Arizona along with his siblings and another dachshund (we think she is their mother). His mother is a black and tan smooth and his father is a red longhair.

Lionel is a wonderful mild-mannered puppy, but he needs work. He was not well socialized with people and needs a family willing to put in the time and effort to continue to socialize him, take him places, meet new people and other dogs. He’s a “blank slate” as he has had zero training. The other dogs in his foster home are helping him learn proper dog-etiquette, and he readily joins the fun with the other young foster doxies when a game of chase breaks out. He needs to be supervised when eating, or he will let other dogs take his food. He is not leash-trained, and he would benefit from a course in obedience training. We have no idea how he feels about cats or if he’s ever been exposed to them. His personality may be one to accept a dog-savvy cat.

Lionel is also learning to be house trained, but he still needs someone to take him outside every couple of hours and stay out there with him to praise him for a good potty. Lionel sleeps through the night in his crate in the master bedroom, sometimes with a foster sibling, other times, alone. He is crate trained, but already begging to sleep in the big bed under the covers with his person. He loves to be held and cuddled. He gives amazing kisses. He has demonstrated that he knows what the sofa is for, easily jumping up to settle in amongst the cushions and decorative pillows for a nap.

The ideal home for Lionel would have the following attributes:

  • Someone at home most of the day, stay-at-home moms/dads or folks who work from home.

  • Previous dachshund experience is a plus.

  • MUST have another dog for play and companionship (preferably a female 5 or 6 years old).

  • A very secure INDOOR place for Lionel to be when no one is at home.

  • Applicants must be between 30 and 65 years of age.

  • No infants or toddlers, please, but we will consider families with children over 6 years old.

Lionel has received all his vaccines, has been neutered, and is microchipped. Families that have a home with a back yard and a dog door are encouraged to apply for Lionel.

If you are interested in Lionel, please contact Dena at (562) 694-6868 or email Dena@SCDR.org. A home check and an adoption application are required.

The tax deductible donation for Lionel is $400.00

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Sadie (4609)

Age: 9.5 years
D.O.B.: 07/12/2009
Color: Black & Tan Piebald
Coat: Smooth
Sex: Female/Spayed
Size: Mini – 10.5 lbs.

Sadie was adopted from the Orange County shelter last July. The family worked long hours, leaving Sadie home alone for more than 12 hours a day. Although they worked hard, they were barely able to make ends meet, so Sadie did not get all the vet care she needed. Finally, they realized how unfair this was to Sadie and contacted SCDR. We were very happy to help Sadie find a new home.

Sadie is so petite and beautiful. She’s well-behaved, playful, and friendly when meeting new people. She soon worms her way into any available lap or follows you around just wanting to be near you.

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Sadie gets along with the other dogs in her foster home, and is happy to share her daytime dog bed with any willing partner. She would be okay as a single little princess, but only if her people didn’t work long hours. Stay at home moms or folks who work from home would be ideal if she is a single pet. She would prefer a home with a mild mannered male dachshund if she is to have a canine companion. Her personality would be overwhelmed by a very dominant dog.

Sadie is house trained, and as such, she has been allowed to sleep in the big bed with her foster mom and foster siblings. She is also fine sleeping in a crate if it is in the same bedroom as her family. She learned how to use the dog door instantly. She also walks nicely on a leash. Sadie wants to be wherever her person is and loves to cuddle on the sofa while you read or watch TV. She worms her way behind you if you are sitting at a desk using the computer. Sadie is up for any adventure.

Sadie is playful, loving, friendly, knows what she wants and how to get it. She is very easy to get along with and would be a good choice for a family with gentle older children (12 years and up). We think she would be safe with a dog savvy cat. If the cat doesn’t run, she probably won’t chase. Most cats are bigger than Sadie anyway.

Sadie is healthy, microchipped and current on her vaccinations. If you are interested in Sadie, please contact Dena at 562-694-6868 or email Dena@SCDR.org. A home check and an adoption application are required.

The tax deductible donation for Sadie is $200.00

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Binx (4608)

Age: 10 months
Color: Red
Coat: Smooth
Sex: Male/Neutered
Size: Standard – 28 lbs.

Binx is confused. He did nothing wrong. So why is he in a foster home waiting for another family to come take him home? Binx was purchased from a breeder when he was 8 weeks old by a working, young couple as a companion for their large-breed dog. But unfortunately, the dogs never bonded. Their other dog had no interest in playing with a puppy, and Binx got bored being home all day with no one to play with and nothing to do. So, he got into puppy mischief. When they got home, they were just too tired to give him the attention he needed. They said he had too much energy for them. No problem. SCDR loves puppies with energy and we find perfect homes for them too.

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Isn’t Binx super handsome? Look at those big brown puppy-dog eyes. Don’t let his sad face fool you. Binx is a happy in his foster home where there are other youngish dachshunds willing to play with him. Binx is good on a leash and loves long walks. Unfortunately, he did not get very many car rides in the past, so he gets anxious on long rides. It will take some practice for him to overcome this.

Binx loves playing with any other dog that is willing. He is as sweet as they come, just a big, lovable Baby Huey. He is a very happy dachshund with a bit of mischief in his personality. The ideal family for Binx would have children over 8 years old, live in a single level home, and have another dog for play and companionship, preferably female.

During his stay at the foster home, Binx has befriended another dachshund puppy. He and his friend, Pixie can often be found napping together, and playing “wrestle mania”. He is over 20 pounds, but is always careful not to hurt Pixie (a micro-mini), and often lets her win. They are each wonderful individually, but are fabulous together.

Binx is 95% house trained. If taken outside every few hours and on a couple of walks a day, he should be 100% in no time. He learned the dog door in 2 minutes just by observing his fellow foster dachshunds. He’s big, handsome, and smart too. What’s not to love?

Binx is fully vaccinated and microchipped. Binx is currently sleeping in the big bed with his foster family and he really would love to continue to sleep in the big bed with his new family. Binx would be fine in most households, but we don’t know how he is with cats. So for the safety of the cats, we say proceed with caution.

If you can provide Binx with a wonderful home, please call Dena at 562-694-6868 or email at dena@scdr.org. An adoption application and home visit are required.

The tax deductible donation for Binx is $400.00

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Pixie (4601)

Age: 9 months
D.O.B.: 08/04/2018
Color: Red
Coat: Smooth
Sex: Female/Spayed
Size: Micro Mini – 6 lbs.

Pixie was found stray by a Good Samaritan and subsequently taken to the O.C. shelter to allow her people to come reclaim her. They never showed up. The Good Samaritan went back and adopted Pixie, and then contacted SCDR and asked us to find her a wonderful home. We jumped at the chance.

Pixie has been a wonderful puppy, friendly, affectionate, mischievous, curious, and silly. The other dogs in her foster home have been helping her learn proper dog-etiquette, and she readily joins the fun with the other young foster doxies when a game of chase or wrestle-manie. Pixie also initiates play with the other doxies, and enjoys a good game of tug-o-war with one of the many empty carcasses that once were plush stuffed animal toys. (No stuffed animal can survive more than 5 minutes around dachshunds before the squeaker is silenced and the entrails are strewn about the playroom.) Fun is still had with dead unstuffed toys all the time.

During her stay at the foster home, Pixie has befriended another dachshund puppy, Binx. She and her friend, Binx, can often be found napping together, and playing “wrestle mania”. He is over 20 pounds, but is always careful not to hurt her, and often lets her win. They are each wonderful individually, but are fabulous together.

Pixie is now learning to be house trained, but she still needs someone to take her outside every couple of hours and stay out there with her to praise her for a good potty. She will not truly “get it” until she is over a year old.

Pixie sleeps through the night a crate in the master bedroom, but is now begging for the privilege of sleeping in the big bed with her buddy Binx. She also has to eat in a crate, because her comrades would not hesitate to steal her food.

The home for Pixie must have the following attributes:

  • Someone at home most of the day, stay-at-home moms/dads or folks who work from home.

  • Previous dachshund experience is a plus.

  • Another YOUNG dog for play and companionship, preferably male.

  • A very secure INDOOR place for Pixie to be when no one is at home.

  • Applicants must be between 30 and 65 years of age (no exceptions).

  • No infants or toddlers, please, but we will consider families with respectful children over 8 years old.

Pixie is now spayed, has received her all her vaccines, and is microchipped. If you are interested in Pixie, please contact Dena at (562) 694-6868 or email Dena@SCDR.org. A home check and an adoption application are required.

The tax deductible donation for Pixie is $400.00 (non-negotiable)

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Harley (4610)

Age: 9 years
Color: Red
Coat: Smooth
Sex: Male/Neutered
Size: Mini – 10 lbs.

Harley was picked up stray and taken to the Carson shelter on April 23, 2019. A plea went out all over social media to save Harley. Another rescue group committed to taking him, but at the last minute (after he was pulled from the shelter), they backed out. The volunteer who pulled him has BIG dogs and was fearful for Harley's safety in her home, and she reached out to SCDR representative, Roberta Rubin (Tucson division) for help. She and Roberta worked together when they both lived in Los Angeles. Roberta got in touch with SCDR CA, and we immediately agreed to take Harley.

Harley is a treasure. He has those adorable "wonky ears", common to chiweenies, and a few small scars on his face - maybe from a thorny bush or a tussle with another dog. However he got them, he appears unaffected and is as wonderful and loving as he can be.

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This little guy is an absolute sweetheart! Harley believes that when life gives you lemons, you should make lemonade. He assimilated into the foster home right away, making friends with the other resident and foster dogs, and making a beeline for the dog door to go potty outside! He gives kisses and loves being held, petted, and fawned over. And best of all, he's a good eater. (Rescuers always agonize over picky eaters and those who go on a hunger strike when they arrive at the foster home.)

Harley made it abundantly clear that he was going to sleep in the big bed whether invited to or not. Needless to say, he found a spot on the bed, and stayed put all night (no night wandering).

Harley would not mind being an “only dog” if his people didn’t leave him home alone for long hours. He is safe with children over 8 years old. Visiting grandchildren would be OK too as long as they are well supervised. (He was fine with a 5 year old child, with parental supervision.) We have no idea about cats, but we prefer to err on the side of caution and say no cats.

Harley appears to be house trained and uses the dog door like a champ. Harley enjoys leisurely walks about the neighborhood and is an excellent passenger in the car if he has a lap to ride in. His vaccines are up-to-date and he is microchipped. Anyone who adopts Harley is going to be truly blessed.

If you are interested in Harley, please contact Dena at 562-694-6868 or email Dena@SCDR.org. A home check and adoption application are required.

The tax deductible donation for Harley is only $175.00

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Belle (4357)

Age: 12 years
Color: Red
Coat: Smooth
Sex: Female/Spayed
Size: Micro Mini – 8.10 lbs.

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How does it happen? We say this over and over again. A really nice little dachshund finds itself stray and the owners don’t reclaim. That is the situation with Belle. What a tiny little sweetheart! Belle is a very happy little snuggle bug and she is ready to melt your heart just as she has her foster parents’. Belle is so friendly and happy to greet everyone she meets. We don’t know how such a sweet girl ended up stray, but we were happy to take her under our rescue wing.

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Belle is living in a foster home with 3 other doxies and a little mixed breed dog, and she gets along great with all of them. Look at her beautiful face. How can you resist?

Belle has a little deformity in her front legs and a tiny bit of patella luxation in the back so she walks and runs a little funny, but it doesn’t seem to affect her in the least. At her age, we aren’t going to fix the luxating patellar. They don’t bother her and as the saying goes, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”.

Belle is good on a leash and enjoys going on short walks. She also enjoys lounging with her family, but at the same time, she is playful and loves toys and playing with the dogs in her foster home. She would enjoy living with a retired couple or a family with respectful older children. She is tiny and she could be easily injured by a child. And the same goes for large dogs.

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We would like to place her in a home with small dogs, but she would be fine as an “only dog” as long as her people aren’t gone for long periods. Do you enjoy RV trips? We think Belle would enjoy that too. Belle loves to ride in the car. Belle would be happy in almost any family with children 8 years and up.

Belle is working on housetraining, and her adopters will need to keep up with that. Belle is spayed, and we also wanted a dental done; however, all her teeth were bad and she needed a full mouth extraction. She had a tiny crack in her jaw from the infection from the bad teeth that was repaired. Yes, she had the works. Good news is that she won’t need any more dentals. And she eats just fine without her teeth. Her foster parents moisten her kibble for her before meal time.

If you are interested in Belle, please contact Janice at rplsecr@yahoo.com. An application and home check are required.

Belle is available for a modest tax deductible donation to our rescue

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Emma (4519)

Age: 13 years
Color: Red Sable
Coat: Longhair
Sex: Female/Spayed
Size: Tweenie – 15.5 lbs.

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Nala (4520)

Age: 10 years
Color: Red
Coat: Smooth
Sex: Female/Spayed
Size: Tweenie – 15 lbs.

~ emma & nala are a bonded pair & cannot be separated ~

Emma and Nala lost their home through no fault of their own. Their family could not afford to live in Southern California any more, and they were pulling up stakes and moving to Florida. They were traveling cross-country and felt the trip and expense would be too much with the dogs.

Emma and Nala have been together for 10 years. They are very bonded to each other. They are trying to understand what has happened to them and are clinging to each other for comfort and safety. They warming up to people, but are still a bit stand-offish and need extra love and attention. They really want to be in a quiet home with no other female dogs. Emma is the alpha of the two, and considers herself Nala’s protector. They would not mind a male companion or two.

Emma and Nala are healthy, their vaccinations are current, and they have been microchipped. They have both had a complete dental and wellness blood panel done. We cannot split them up as they are emotionally attached to each other. We don’t know how they feel about cats. They are fine with children over 8 years old. They’ve lived with children before.

As they are both extra short and very long, a home all on one level with just a step or two would be OK. They share a large dog bed, but would love to be invited up on the big bed if possible.

If you can give these two seniors a home for the rest of their lives, please contact Dena at (562) 694-6868 or email Dena@SCDR.org. An adoption application and home check are required.

Adopt Emma and Nala for a modest tax-deductible donation to SCDR
(REMINDER: Emma & Nala are a bonded pair & cannot be separated)

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Archie (4591)

Color: Wheaten & Wild Boar
Coat: Wirehair
Age: 7 years
Sex: Male/Neutered
Size: Mini – 12 lbs.

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We never miss an opportunity to rescue a wirehaired dachshund. Archie was found stray. He eluded his rescuer for several days until she finally caught him. He was very scared, but once he was safely in her arms, his whole demeanor changed to a very sweet, loving little guy. With no collar, tag, or microchip, she had no way to find his people. Unable to keep him, she posted on several social media sights to no avail. So, she turned Archie over to SCDR to find a new, loving home.

Archie is very handsome, and for those who covet the wirehaired version of dachshund, he is quite unusual. He has one blue eye and one brown eye. He may have dapple in his genetic history.

Archie is crate trained and well on his way to being house trained. He is shy when meeting new people, but warms up quickly, especially if there are treats in the offing. He does not bark inappropriately or join the chorus when the other foster dogs bark at nothing. He has been a welcome house guest in his foster home. He gets along with his other foster siblings, and respects the elders. He has good dog-manners. He fancies himself as a bit of a Romeo with the girl doxies at his foster home. He has not missed a meal. We do not know how he is with cats.

Archie would be great with a family with children over 10 years old or “empty nesters” who can give him lots of loving attention. He loves to go out and about, but needs some leash training, so he doesn’t pull so much. He rides nicely in the car in someone’s lap and likes looking out the window. Archie would love to have someone around most of the day, but he is fine for a few hours on his own if he has another doxie or two to keep him company. Folks who work from home are also encouraged to apply for him.

Previous experience with wirehaired dachshunds would be a plus, but not absolutely essential. Archie’s wirehair coat will require regular brushing and occasional professional grooming so he can look his absolute best. He is what we call a “Velcro dog”. His fur picks up grass clippings, leaves, foxtails and other things very easily, so a quick brushing all over before bedtime is always a good idea. He has the cutest little beard and bushy little eyebrows too.

Archie is neutered, fully vaccinated, and microchipped. We made sure he had a dental, so his teeth are sparkling white, and his gives delightful little kisses. If you have a loving home for Archie, please contact Dena at (562) 694-6868 or email Dena@SCDR.org. A home check and an adoption application are required.

The tax deductible donation for Archie is $200.00

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Liberace (4506)

Age: 15.5 years
D.O.B.: 11/06/2003
Color: White (Albino)
Coat: Smooth
Sex: Male/Neutered
Size: Tweenie – 17 lbs.

Our hearts are breaking for this chiweenie. Liberace’s owner passed away and no one in the family wanted him. When we spotted him on the Baldwin Park’s list of dogs available immediately, we made arrangements to bail him out and get him into rescue.

Liberace was sick (Kennel Cough) when he arrived at his foster home. He was shut down and without an appetite for the first few days. Meds did their job, and he was soon feeling better. It took him more than a week to decompress after losing his family, being in a scary, noisy shelter, and then moved to yet another location with lots of foster dogs. It took a while, but he is back to eating full meals and licking the bowl clean.

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Liberace is crate trained, house trained, and knows the dog door. He has even ventured outside to do his business when it was raining. (That’s some kind of miracle.) He enjoys his walks about the neighborhood and is an excellent passenger in the car. Despite his chronological age, Liberace is way more active than some of his younger foster brothers and sisters. He has the activity level of a dog ten years younger than he is. He gets along well with other canine residents in his foster home, especially the ladies. He is good with older children, 10 years and up. He is not safe with cats.

Liberace is an “albino” with pink skin, pink nose, pink foot pads, and pale blue eyes. His time outside in the sun is limited as he can sunburn very easily. He prefers to go outside in the early morning and late afternoon, and hangs out in the shady areas of the yard for the most part if he needs to go out during the day. He will need sunscreen on his nose in the summer.

Liberace is very loving and affectionate. He gets along well with other dogs, and joins in when a game of tag is initiated. He would do best in a home with a retired person or in an adults-only home. He would also very much enjoy having an active female companion or two to keep him company when his people have to leave him at home. We think he’d be happiest in a home without the chaos of children running in and out on a daily basis. Visiting grandchildren should always be supervised.

Liberace’s vaccines have been brought up-to-date. and he is microchipped. Anyone who adopts Liberace is going to be truly blessed. He is one in a million. If you are interested in adopting Liberace, please contact Dena at Dena@SCDR.org or call (562) 694-6868. A home check and adoption application are required.

Adopt Liberace for a modest tax deductible donation to SCDR

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Scarlett (4432)

Age: 3 years
Color: Red
Coat: Smooth
Sex: Female/Spayed
Size: Standard – 33 lbs.

Scarlett and another female dachshund were found abandoned on the streets of L.A. County (we can’t mention the name of the city).  They looked like they had been thrown from a moving vehicle (bumps and scrapes consistent with a fall on asphalt).  Their necks had indentations where collars that were too tight had been removed recently.  They were full of fleas and ticks, had no collars, tags or microchips. 

A Good Samaritan picked them up and then put the word out on Facebook.  SCDR responded that we could take them in.  Unfortunately, both standard doxies were intact females, and they were fighting with each other, so we put them in separate foster homes after they were both spayed, vaccinated, microchipped and had mild dentals.  Too much estrogen and 2 alpha females do not make a good mix.  They both had medicinal baths and were treated for ticks and fleas with Revolution.

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Scarlett is crate trained if coaxed to go into the crate.  She prefers to nap on the couch.  She is house trained if there is free-access to a secure yard (dog door or open regular door).  She is very sweet and quiet.  She loves when people are relaxing around her, so she can cuddle and be close.  

Scarlett’s leash skills are a work in progress, but they are getting better.  She is young and powerful.  Walking her will be a challenge if you are approached by a stranger or another dog.  She is a bit nervous riding in the car and is, therefore, secured in the back seat with a seatbelt harness. 

Scarlett prefers to be “only dog”, the center of the universe.  She’s an alpha female, no other female dogs in the home.  A mellow male might work, but Scarlett does get jealous when the other dog receives attention. 

Scarlett is good with mindful, well-behaved children over 8 years old.  She is not safe with cats.  Scarlett does not play with toys.  She is not an excessive barker.  Nor does she whine or cry or bark when in her crate.  She sleeps at night in her crate, but longs to sleep with her person in the big bed.

Scarlett would be a wonderful condo dog.  She is a standard dachshund, and her size is reminiscent of a Labrador Retriever.  She’s like having a condo-sized Lab with a dachshund temperament.  No flights of stairs for this girl (she’s very short), but a few steps (2 or 3) would be OK. 

If you are interested in Scarlett, please contact Dena at (562) 694-6868 or email Dena@SCDR.org .  An adoption application and home check are required.

The tax-deductible donation for Scarlett is $300.00

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Rocky (4503)

Age: 9 years
D.O.B.: 10/12/09
Color: Red Dapple
Coat: Smooth
Sex: Male/Neutered
Size: Standard – 25 lbs.

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Roy (4504)

Age: 11 years
D.O.B.: 09/30/07
Color: Red Dapple
Coat: Smooth
Sex: Male/Neutered
Size: Standard – 30 lbs.

~ rocky & roy are a bonded pair & cannot be separated ~

Rocky and Roy have been brothers for the past 9 years. When their owner passed away, they went to live with his son. Unfortunately, the son already had a Boxer who was less than friendly toward the brothers, and they were attacked frequently. The brothers’ gentle natures made them easy targets. As much as the son wanted to honor his father’s wishes by giving the boys a home, he could not guaranty their safety, so he asked SCDR to find them a loving home together. They are a very seriously bonded pair and must stay together.

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Rocky and Roy are very well socialized and enjoy playing with their fellow foster dogs. The brothers truly love each other and are closely bonded. They are house trained and crate trained. They share a large crate at night and enjoy having fellow foster siblings join them too. They love to be held and cuddled, and they are shy about asking for hugs and belly rubs, the possibility of getting loving attention has helped them overcome their initial shyness. The boys walk well on a leash and look forward to their twice daily walks. They greet new people nicely.

Rocky and Roy need a home all on one level as stairs pose a serious hazard for these extra-large doxie boys. They need a home with a dog door and access to a secure yard to continue their good potty habits. The boys are safe with children at least 6 years old.

They are current on shots, very healthy, microchipped. If you can provide a good home for both of them, please complete our online application, and contact Dena at (562) 694-6868 or email Dena@SCDR.org.

The tax deductible donation for Rocky and Roy is $300.00 together
(Rocky and Roy are a bonded pair and cannot be separated)

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