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11/27/2022 2:05 PM
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Dachshund (short coat)  : :  Female (spayed)  : :  Young  : :  Small


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About Miss Vivian in TN

  • Status: Available for Adoption (adoption info)
  • Species: Dog
  • Rescue ID: 2022-10-26-01
  • General Color: Black with Tan, Yellow or Fawn
  • Declawed: No
  • Housetrained: Yes

CITY, STATE:  Spring Hill, TN

NAME:  Miss Vivian

AGE:  18 mos.

SEX:  Female

WEIGHT:  10.8 lbs.

COLOR:  Black and Tan

COAT:  Smooth

UP TO DATE:  Yes    DATE:  10/26/22

SPAYED/NEUTERED:  Yes    DATE:  11/10/22

DHPP:  Yes    DATE:  10/26/22

RABIES:  Yes    DATE:  10/26/22    TAG NUMBER:  1007870

ADOPTION FEE:  $575.00 + $25.00 (microchip fee)

HOUSETRAINED:  Doing well and uses puppy pads

CRATE TRAINED:  X-pen trained

LEASH TRAINED:  Working on it

FENCED YARD NEEDED:  Yes, a must

SPECIAL NEEDS:  No

HOME W/ SMALL CHILDREN:  No children or grandchildren

HOME W/ OTHER DOGS:           MALE:  Yes         FEMALE:  Yes

HOME W/ CATS:  No

MICROCHIP BRAND and #:  911PetChip  991003911254592

MONTHLY HEARTWORM DATE:  11th of each month

FOSTER HOME:  Linda, nashcat50us@yahoo.com  

RESCUE #:  2022-10-26-01

BIO:  Miss Vivian came from North Alabama, turned into a shelter by a Good Samaritan that saved her from a bad situation. She is extremely shy and unsocialized. She does not like children or men but, in time, could get used to men.

Our must-haves for sweet Miss Vivian include:

  • A fenced yard.
  • Someone (woman preferred) with patience, patience, and more patience!
  • A quiet home with few visitors.
  • No apartments, high-rises, or condos.
  • Someone willing to work with her on her social skills (that means taking her places slowly to introduce her to people).
  • This dog is like a puppy mill dog, so she will need another young, small, socialized dog to learn from. She loves to play!
  • No children or grandchildren, present or future!

She is doing very well in her foster home, but she has few visitors so that will have to be worked on by the adopter. Patience is the key with this little lady, she’s very sweet but needs time.

Understand we want what is best for her, so no exceptions will be made, you must meet all these requirements and be over the age of 30 years. If you meet these requirements, then please apply. 

 

============== Information for All Dogs/Adopters ==============

AADR does not recommend dachshunds for families with children under 5, or families planning to have children during the dog's lifetime. Dachshunds are often not patient with little kids, and kids can accidentally hurt a dachshund’s back or get bitten.

If you have questions about this dog, please feel free to contact the foster home at the email address listed on the bio form.  They have the most up-to-date information concerning the dog and would be happy to answer any questions about the animal. 

There will be an additional $60 fee added for a required Health Certificate if traveling out of the state in which they are being fostered. 

We will not adopt into CT, RI, NH, ME, or MA due to strict laws regarding importation of dogs into those states.  If you have any issue with this, you will need to take this up with your legislatures.

To understand the adoption process through AADR, please review the Adoption Information on our home page.  Transportation options are outlined on that page in Step 3.

Click this link to apply: https://www.allamericandachshundrescue.org/apply, it will take you to the application form.

Please don't let the distance stand in your way of finding your newest best friend.  We have volunteers who will help your "new friend" get up and down the East Coast or Midwest.  We just can't get them from one coast to the other.  Please look for dogs on your coast.

 

More about Miss Vivian in TN

Good with Dogs, Not Good with Cats, Is Not Good with Kids

AADR does not recommend dachshunds for families with children under 5, or families planning to have children during the dog's lifetime. Dachshunds are often not patient with little kids, and kids can accidentally hurt a dachshund's back or get bitten.

Please don't let the distance stand in your way of finding your newest best friend. We have volunteers that will help your "new friend" get up and down the East Coast and mid-west. We just can't get them from one coast to the other. For now, please look for dogs on your coast.

 

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