Featured dog for November is Fancy
She has had her teeth cleaned and had many teeth pulled!! She is quite shy but loves to cuddle with most anyone. She is a happy dog and would do best with older children or in an all adult home. She walks well onleash and is learning to be in the crate for short periods of time. Her housetraining is coming along.
This sweet dog is Fancy. She is a 10 year old red piebald long haired dachshund. She weighs in at about 16 lbs so she could loose some weight. We are still getting to know little Fancy but she is settling into her foster home in Carstairs and getting used to things there. She does not like to be crated. She likes to be outside. She is scheduled to have her teeth cleaned and she is up to date on her vaccines. Watch for updates on Fancy. For information on adoption contact firstname.lastname@example.org
We still need donations to help us catch up from the many vet bills we have had in the last few months. Although we have very generous veterinarians that help us, the costs do add up. Any donations would be gratefully accepted to help us continue to help the dogs that need us! Donations can be made at the bottom of this page.
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Welcome to Alberta Dachshund Rescue. We are a group of dog lovers who focus their efforts on matching homeless dachshunds with families who will love them forever.
Many of the dogs coming into our care have been abandoned or otherwise mistreated. Some of them have been malnourished or have serious health issues. Others have — for good reason — developed a mistrust of humans. We provide veterinary care to bring them back to health and behavioral therapy to restore their faith in people before we offer them for adoption.
We are a not-for-profit organization and have no paid employees. The funds; which come from donations, fund raising activities, and our modest adoption fee, are all expended directly on the dogs.
All the dogs offered for adoption have: been spayed/neutered; received all their vaccinations; had medical/dental issues addressed; received behavioral assessment/modification as required. If there are ongoing health or behavioral issues, these will be discussed with anyone interested in adopting the animal before adoption.
We always welcome more volunteers. We can use volunteers from anywhere. If you'd like to help us rehome these little dogs, please email us. We'll send you a list of the things we need done in your area. Our most pressing need is for foster homes. Although we have kennel facilities available, we prefer to have the dogs that are awaiting adoption live with families.
We can guarantee is that adopting a homeless dachshund will bring immeasurable enrichment to your life. Thank you for considering it!
FOSTER HOMES NEEDED
Thank you to all who have volunteered to foster; we are still looking for more foster homes so keep sending in those applications. Keep watching for new dogs. We will post dogs that are looking for foster homes.
Making a donation
To make a donation to ADR click on the donation button.
Note 100% of all proceeds go directly back to the dogs. We are stricly non-profit. There are no paid employees in ADR. It is run by volunteers who are volunteering their time to help the dachshunds that need them. All members, foster homes, board members, transporters etc. are 100% volunteer.
We now have Charitable Status so we are able to provide receipts for donations over $10. Please let us know if you would like a receipt. ADR's Charity Registration # 81659 8064 RR0001
Thank you for your donation.