Moses RESCUE Profile

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Sex: male

Breed: Dachshund

Estimated Age: 5 years

Breed: Toy Breed (under 10 lbs)


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Profile Details

Activity Level:
Average - requires a 20 minute walk a day

House Trained:

Leash Manners:
Wow, I'm ready for the show ring, exceptional leash manners

Grooming Requirements:
I need regular brushing and the occasional bath

Sociability with Dogs:
Does fine with other dogs, could live with another dog or as the only dog

Sociability with Cats:
Likes cats, very social

General Personality:
Extremely outgoing - immediately loves everyone

Ideal Family:
Teenage kids

General Comments

 Moses, the teenist dog with a big name.  This 3 pound boy is one of the smallest dogs we have had the pleasure of rescuing.  In addition to that title we can also add "perfect dog" to the list.  He is low key, non-demanding, but loving.  Despite his breed, Moses is not a barker nor is he a fearful dog.  Vaccum cleaners, hair dryers, lawn mowers, etc., nothing phases his well adjusted little guy!  He also has perfect house manners as well.  While he loves to be carried around, he does have excellent leash manners.  Moses loves sun bathing in the grass, but snuggling with his foster kitty or any available human lap is high on his list of favorite things to do.  

As you can see Moses is about as perfect as they come.  You might be wondering about his right eye.  He has a birth defect.  The eye does not really have vision and does not require any medication or medical treatment.  He gets around just fine with the one eye.  

We are looking for a perfect family for our perfect little gentleman.  A loving home with plenty of snuggle time, a canine or feline friend or two are great.  Daily walks and/or social time at the local cafe are on his wish list.  If you have a great life/home to offer our handsome boy, please fill out an application today.  We are looking forward to introducing you to this special, one in a million dog!

RESCUE History

 Moses weighed a mere 3 pounds when we rescued him.  His has a congenital birth defeat with his right eye.  It does not impact him, nor does it require any medication/treatment.