Do you need to surrender a dachshund

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Rehoming your dog is a very traumatic experience for your dog. Dogs bond tightly to their "pack" members (they consider you their pack – their family) and moving them can cause extreme stress, anxiety, behavior problems, depression and some serious health issues. Please consider seeking advice from us or a trainer for any training issues or a behaviorist for serious problems before putting your furry family member through unnecessary stress and displacement.

If keeping your pet is absolutely NOT an option we appreciate you doing the right thing for your dog by contacting us. We have the experience to help you properly and responsibly place your pet into a new home if the pet is deemed adoptable by All American Dachshund Rescue. Please do NOT surrender the dog to a shelter or give the pet to just anyone. Even the most "well intentioned" family members and friends are not appropriate homes and your dog could end up being recycled over and over in the homeless dog system. Ultimately this could cause your pet to end up in the street or worse yet the outcome could be fatal for your dog through no fault of it’s own.

We do not have a building/shelter… just a limited number of foster homes that are almost always at maximum capacity. Our foster homes are homes just like yours where there are multiple dogs and sometimes other animals being cared for. They are homes with working parents with kids and life related things happening at all times just like you. Please be patient if we do not have space open right away for your dog. If you can house this animal for a minimum of one month OR until the dog gets a new forever home our chances of helping you are much higher and the dog’s stress can be greatly reduced. If you can do this please read on. If holding your dog is not an option and you must surrender your dachshund, please e-mail our Intake Coordinator at allamericandachshundrescue@gmail.com

4. You can designate the adoption fee for your dog(s), but understand that dachshunds 7 years and younger, must have a fee of at least $150. Dachshunds 8 years and older must have an adoption fee of at least $100. The owner keeps all of the adoption fee if the dachshund is adopted. The $75 listing fee is non-refundable, even if your dog is not adopted.

Your pet will be provided with its own web page on our AADR website stating that this is a courtesy listing. You will provide the BIO write-up and photos for your dog. Your contact information (phone, email or both – your choice) will be provided on the web page so that potential adopters can contact you directly with questions. It is your responsibility to reply to each potential adopter.

If you decide to approve the family for adoption, AADR will assist with a transport if needed. You will drive at least one leg of any transport (usually 60-75 miles). If the transport has to cross state lines, you will provide a Health Certificate from your vet (approx cost $45-60) faxed to our transport coordinator the day before the transport. We can NOT transport without a HC.