Dachshund Rescue of North America
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Johnny #13001

Dog Information
Color: Red Coat: Long-Hair
Pattern: None Gender: Male
Size: Standard Weight: 20 lbs
Age: 2 Years Category: Adult
Special needs dog? No Sanctuary dog? No
Spayed / Neutered? Yes State: MD
Added: 2021-08-21


Biography
Johnny is such a handsome standard doxie boy! He is a red longhair with black overlay and a rare find but not for everyone! Johnny needs a very experienced doxie savvy adopter with a single family home with a large fenced yard (no electric/invisible fences or pools or doggie doors) that is 100% secure and dig-proof, a young energetic playful doxie his size (no large dogs) in the home who likes to wrestle, no cats or furry animals or even bugs (HIGH prey drive), no children and someone who doesn't care that he digs and barks! Johnny is the quintessential dachshund. If you love and understand the breed, he will make your heart happy BUT if you want to "fix" him, he's not the right dog for you. Johnny is such a sweet lovely dog but he is more doxie than most dachshunds I've fostered or placed! He is crate-trained but needs a home where he won't be crated much because of his high energy. He will have accidents in the house. Not really leash-trained because he pulls so much. Only looking for someone who meets all the requirements for adopting him and lives locally so we can do a personal home visit. ***Applicants must be willing to drive to Ellicott City, Maryland (10 miles south of Baltimore) to meet and adopt Johnny.***

Vetting Information
  • Heartworm Tested (2021-03-01)
  • Rabies (3 year) (2021-03-01)
  • Distemper Combo - NO Lepto (2021-03-01)
  • Exam (2021-03-01)
  • Bordetella (2021-03-01)
  • Fecal Tested (2021-07-28)
  • Exam (2021-08-05)
Other Things To Know About This Dog
  • At-home adopter needed
  • Must be adopted within 50 miles of Ellicott City, Maryland
  • Must have fenced yard
  • Needs dog buddy
  • No cats
  • No children
  • No large dogs

Want to know more about Johnny? Email DRNA representative at ann.donnawell@drna.org