Want to help a dachshund in need? Consider fostering a Dachshund. It is one of the most beneficial ways to help FLDR and a Dachshund. It will be one of the most rewarding experiences of your life! You will take a Dachshund into your home and treat him as if he were your own dog. We need experienced dachshund (or dog) owners to foster. Please read this information about dachshunds: fldr.org/adopt/dachshund-characteristics/, to make sure they are a good fit for your home.
Dachshunds come into rescue through different avenues. They may come from a shelter where they may have been relinquished by their owner or found as a stray or from a puppy mill. Some owners contact FLDR directly to relinquish their Dachshund. How much is known about each Dachshund that comes into FLDR varies in each situation. An owner relinquished Dachshund probably will have a lot more information like behavior, vet records, likes and dislikes. In most cases, there is no information available for a Dachshund who comes from a shelter, especially if the dog is a stray. If the dog was relinquished to the shelter by the owner, there may be some information provided by the owner.
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Thank you for your interest in becoming a foster home. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on fostering or click here for the application.