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Virginia Vernon 

Rescued: 06/12/17
Status: Available
Adoption Fee: $150
Gender: Female
Age: Senior (> 10 Years)
Size: Mini (< 12 lbs)
Color: Red
Coat: Smooth
Virginia is a petite senior sweetheart- who we estimate to be around12 yrs old, and only weighs about 9 pounds. She came into the rescue as an owner surrender, from a hoarding situation. Because of this, we think it is likely she was kept on a hard concrete floor most of her life, as she has two small calluses on her backside that no longer grow hair. Virginia’s favorite thing to do is be on your lap, or close by her family. She doesn't pay any attention to the other dogs in her foster home so she would do fine as an only dog. She does well with cats, and the children in her foster home. We are working on her house training, as she can be a bit stubborn (but then again, aren’t all dachshunds?). She doesn’t play with toys much, but she loves to chew on rawhide, and knows how to use the dog door. She loves to be close to you, and at night she currently sleeps in her dog bed, right next to her foster moms bed. Her foster mom said initially she was a little “clingy” and would bark if she could not be near her humans, however this stopped once she became more comfortable. She gets along with everyone she has met, and would love to find a home of her own where she can be pampered, and live out the rest of her days being spoiled rotten. This sweet senior is the perfect lap dog and is waiting patiently for her forever home!

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PO BOX 591819 HOUSTON TX 77259
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