SCDR's mission is to ensure as many dachshunds as possible have loving, forever homes. And we're fortunate to serve California from North to South and Central in between. We have many dachshunds fostered in all three regions and do our best to give you the option to adopt from any one of them.
Please inquire and we''ll work with you to transfer them to where you live, or you can pick them up. Please contact us for more info.
LAST UPDATED: 02-11-19
Age: 1 year
Color: Brindle Piebald
Size: Small Tweenie – 13 lbs.
~ Eddie-2 is being fostered in the Fresno, CA area ~
Our hard-working Central volunteer, Jenaveve, was at CCSPCA in Fresno to check on another dachshund, but found Eddie-2 instead. It was Eddie’s lucky day. We were full and couldn’t take Eddie immediately, but Jenaveve didn’t give up. She championed for him and found a foster home with one of our volunteers. We are so happy she did. Eddie-2 is wonderful!
Eddie-2 is a dachshund mix, but we see that as a plus because he got the best of qualities from whatever else he is mixed with. Eddie is a very smart dog and he loves attention. His legs are also slightly longer so stairs in the home should not be an issue.
Eddie-2 is so very sweet and he likes both men and women. His foster mom reports that he will be a wonderful pet for a family. Eddie-2 has also been very good with the other dachshunds in his foster home.
Eddie-2 is doing really well on leash and he very much enjoys going for walks. When he sees other dogs, he starts wagging his tail. At one year old, Eddie-2 is still considered a puppy, so we want adopters that will commit to continue taking him on daily walks and getting him out and about.
Applicants will need the following qualifications:
Someone at home most of the day, stay-at-home moms or folks who work from home.
Previous dachshund experience is a plus, but not essential.
Another small dog(s) for play, and companionship.
A very secure INDOOR place for Eddie-2 to be when no one is at home.
Applicants must be between 25 and 65years of age.
No infants or toddlers, please, but we will consider families with children over 8 years old.
Eddie-2 appears to be house-trained and has had no accidents inside. We don’t certify that any dog is house trained, because circumstances may not be exactly the same in a new home, but Eddie hasn’t had any accidents in his current foster home. Eddie is also crate trained and has been happily sleeping in a crate at night. But, like most dachshunds, he would probably enjoy sleeping in the big bed with his people.
Eddie-2 has been neutered, microchipped, and fully vaccinated. All he needs is a home of his own.