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Female Adult Dachshund Poodle (Miniature) (mixed)

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About Buddy

Adoption Fee: $575

Buddy, got her name when PRL saved her from the local kill shelter, where they had listed her as a male. We found out when we got her to the vet, Buddy was a she. All of her paperwork had already had the name Buddy, so we decided to keep her name as is. 

Buddy came from a cruelty case, she was in a home, where the family was not taking care of their animals, and had too many animals, and they were all being neglected. 

Buddy was very shy and timid when she first came to PRL, but after a few days, when she realized she was safe, and in a good place, she opened right up! Probably the first time she got to run around freely with other dogs, and just get to be a dog! Her smile and happiness was infectious! Just one look at her now, brings a smile to all of our faces.

Buddy is a sweet little girl, with a gorgeous wavy/curly coat of fur, that she gets from the yorkie-poo in her, and short stumpy legs true to the doxy in her.. She has the build of a dacshund with her long body, short legs and narrow face, and big rounded ears. She is absolutely adorable. She came to us quite matted, and needed a groom, where we tried to keep as much hair on her as possible, but she ended up needing a lot more off at the time, so she got a cute lion hair cut!

Buddy is crate trained, and is fully housebroken, she is also working on learning her basic commands. She is a sweetie, who loves all the other dogs, good with people and children, but she is shy and timid at first, she needs a minute until she realizes you are safe, and a good person. We suggest children a little older, 8 years and up, who can understand to give a dog space when needed. She would fit in with many families, but we think the best home for her would be one with another dog, and older kids or no kids, and medium active family ( one who will go for walks, or small adventures to the beach, and dog park). She does take a day or two to warm up, but once she does shes off to the races!

*( Buddy got her name, as when we intook her we were told she was a male, so on her vet documents, and intake paperwork she was listed as Buddy. When she went to the vet we were informed Buddy was a girl! We left her name Buddy, to avoid confusion.

Buddy will be at our Summer event at Petco in Willimantic CT on 08/21/2022! Check out our website for more event details!



3 years, 7 months
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Paws Rescue League Inc.

Bristol CT 06010

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