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Old 09-30-2019, 06:21 PM
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Default Are You My Forever Family?

Dholly knows her forever family is out there somewhere. They just have not found her, yet.

She is a beautifully marked 5-year-old dachshund who weighs about 25 pounds. Dholly is very sweet and gentle to take food and treats from her pet parent's hand. She has shown zero aggression towards any children or adults. She loves scratches, playtime, hugs, kisses, treats, treat/game exercises, and snoozes on the couch during tv/movie time. She is extremely affectionate and very much wants to be a part of your life. Her complete bio is at Dholly – LowRider Dachshund Rescue Of Florida.

She does need an owner that won't let her be the boss. She seems to prefer a male dog to another female dog partner. She does live in a foster home with several females, though. A sustainable household with more than another dog is possible, but will require patience and continued training/conditioning.

She has her routines and with another dog or pet, will assert herself to be in the lead position. This could mean marking her bedding and/or spot. This is an issue that disappears with time as roles are established within the multi-pet household.

She also may assert dominance in what appears an aggressive manor at first. But within time (at least a week) this is no longer an issue.

She does have an old leg injury that was left untreated. She has adapted and appears happy and pain free. She has been evaluated by a vet. As you can see, she gets out and about.

If you know of anyone who might be interested in Dholly, please have them fill out an application on the Low Rider Dachshund Rescue of Florida website at LowRider Dachshund Rescue Of Florida – Savng Little Dogs with Loving Hearts and Big Attitudes.
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