AADR is a Non-Profit 501(C3) that works tirelessly with volunteers to save homeless Dachshunds and place them into loving forever families.
The goal of SCDR is to rehabilitate and find permanent homes for any needy dachshunds in California. We also provide humane education and dachshund-specific information to adopters and the general public. It is our mission to continue our work until there are no more needy or homeless dachshunds, regardless of age, sex or health.
Doxie Acre was founded Jan 2003 Doxie Acre rescues dachshunds and dachshund mixes that have no where else to go. All of the dogs taken in will be completely vetted which includes spay/neuter, shots, hw tests, dental and anything else our vet recommends. We will spare no expense to save the life of the dog taken into our care. Once the dog has been released from our vet and any issues the dog may have had have been addressed he is then ready for adoption. We then find the dog the best home through the application process.Any dog that we adopt always can come back to our rescue of needed. We got our first Dachshund 14 years ago and it was love at first sight. Like most people we were surprised to find out that even a little dog like a dachshund gets dumped. The more we talked to people and researched we realized the need to try and save the ones we can.
I am the founder of this rescue. I do this because I love animals and there are too many in the workd that need help finding their forever homes.
We started as a club to meet and socialize our dachshunds. We were assisting another Dachshund rescue in the city and saw that there was a need for another Doxie rescue. So we combined our club and rescue, with our motto being. ” Saving the World One Wiener at a Time.”
Canadian Dachshund Rescue (CDR) was founded in 2001 by the Canadian members of US Dachshund rescues. We felt there was the need for a dachshund rescue here, but we didn’t know how great that need was. Unfortunately, there is no shortage of dachshunds needing new homes and we can only rescue as many dogs as we have foster homes to keep them in and dollars to pay the vet bills. CDR has helped over 700 dachshunds and dachshund mixes find forever homes.
Alberta dachshund Rescue. we take in owner surrenders, and from the humane societies dachshunds and place them in foster care until they can be adopted into safe loving forever homes. We are a breed specific rescue that takes in dachshunds and dachshund crosses.
Dachshund Rescue of South Florida is a foster based 501(c)(3) rescue who helps hotdogs regardless of age, health, or behavioral issues find new homes after being in a shelter, as a stray out on the streets, or owner surrendered. We take our work very seriously and screen our potential forever families thoroughly to ensure that our dogs will never have to worry or want for anything ever again. Our mission is to educate people who may be unfamiliar with rescue and the time, love, and compassion that goes into identifying a little one in a shelters through getting them settled into their new forever home and why choosing to rescue a dog can be one of the most rewarding things a family can choose to do. If you are looking to add a dachshund to your family we would love to work with you. We have done our best to help explain the process and share some our favorite “happy tales” from our former dogs with their new forever families. We are happy to answer any questions you may have and we are looking forward to meeting you!
Dachshund Lovers of Texas is a 501(c) (3) non-profit, all-volunteer, foster based, no-kill rescue group for dachshund. We are dedicated to the belief that helping pets helps people, and that any life is too precious to throw away when a bit of love can save it!
Founded in 1984 by Bucks County, PA and New Jersey dachshund lovers, DRBC is a 501-C3 nonprofit supported completely by donations. Our all-volunteer organization works tirelessly to provide an experience for both the adopter and adoptee that helps guarantee a perfect match. Dachshund Rescue of Bucks County is located in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. DRBC’s goal is to save abandoned, owner turn-ins, neglected or stray Dachshunds. DRBC does not just place needy Dachshunds; we specialize in matches of the heart. All DRBC dogs with long-term medical issues are given life-long sanctuary as permanent members of one of our foster homes. Additionally, DRBC supports the long term sponsorship of senior dachshunds. DRBC prides itself as an organization on the level of medical care provided and in its role as a medical resource for the dachshund breed. We endeavor to obtain all Doxies in animal shelters thus avoiding euthanasia. We also aid Doxie owners in recovering lost or stolen pets. Our rescue program, which has been in existence over 20 years, serves the Dachshund Rescue needs of Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
We pull them from animal shelters and accept them from individuals who can no longer keep them. We have members and volunteers who take these dogs into their own homes to care for them, take them to the vet and evaluate their personality before making them available for adoption to the public.
Diamond Dachshund Rescue of Texas is an all volunteer group in the heart of Texas that is dedicated to the health, welfare and happiness of our dachshund friends. We are based in Kerrville, Texas but service all of San Antonio and the surrounding areas. Our volunteers come from San Antonio, Kerrville, and other parts of Central Texas. We are a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization. As such, we must rely heavily on donations and contributions, which are a necessity in order to continue to be able to pay the costs of health care, administrative needs, and other necessary expenses for each of our dachshunds. Diamond Dachshund has rescued, rehabilitated and placed approximately one hundred dachshunds each year since our incorporation in 1998. That’s a lot of happy, healthy dogs and equally happy families! We strive to find the right home for each dog’s individual personality and needs, so that the placement is permanent and both the dogs and the humans who adopt them, are equally happy
Our mission is to rehabilitate and rehome dachshunds in need of a second chance at life. CTDR was founded in September of 2000. Our membership has grown yearly, providing more foster families and volunteers to help find loving, forever homes for our dachshunds.
DASH Rescue is a group of Loving People that have opened our Hearts and our Homes to all the way ward Dogs that we can save to help them find that Loving Furever Home that they all deserve. We are not a shelter were you can come and visit the dogs behind bars. In order to see if the dog of your choice is a perfect match for you, you will need to email the Foster Home for as much info about the dog as they can give you. We do not hide anything about the dogs if it digs, we tell you if they are not good with cats we will tell you, our goal is to tell you everything that we can about the dog. We do this because it is the right thing to do. They have no voice and someone has to speak up for them and that is what I do every day in every way that we can
We are a Chihuahua and Dachshund rescue. Our goal is to rescue dogs from the low income, out of space shelters. Our passion is to care for dogs, vet the dogs, and guide the dogs to a well matched forever home. We do this because we care about the welfare of dogs. Every dog deserves a warm, safe place to lay his or her head.
Dachshund Rescue of Northern California (DRNC) is a network of independent volunteers who work together with the primary mission to rescue and foster abandoned, abused, and unwanted dachshunds. We are a smaller, foster based rescue, meaning we care for our dogs in our homes and our foster’s homes. It gives us more one on one time with the dogs that need it the most. Unfortunately, we do not have a kennel facility or any one place for potential adopters to come and visit our available dogs. We are located approximately 100 miles north of Sacramento on Highway 99.
Our missions statement: Little Paws Dachshund Rescue is a non-profit animal rescue that specializes in finding permanent homes for dachshunds. It is LPDRs goal to identify abandoned, mistreated, or homeless dogs and oversee their treatment and wellbeing while working to find loving owners for those in our care. We strive to make the lives of all dogs better through action, advocacy, awareness and education. Our board of directors is comprised of 8 individuals with varied rescue experience and experience in non-profits. We do what we do for the love of dachshunds. We all adore the breed – their needs and their quirks. Our goal is to change the life of a dachshund “four paws at a time”.