Abbey (the black and tan) is available for adoption through Southern CA Dachshund Relief. She’s good with other dogs and even lets Miss Puppyness, the deaf and blind dachshund, kick her butt when they play. Click here if you’re interested in adopting Abbey!
not my business…but if it was …….I wouldn’t separate these 2 pretty girls
Oh, I agree! Unless this kind of companionship has happened with fosters before, it would be so totally cool not to break them up! Abbey must be quite a patient, loving dog!!!
Wow. So great to see the seniors being taken care of too. She can see more with her nose than her eyes and ears (I know, I’m mixing it all up). Love it!
Puppyness is not a senior…she was born deaf and blind due to her pattern (double dapple). She turns 6 years old in August. 🙂 Abbey is not our first foster and while we love her to death, she deserves a home where she can get more one-on-one attention. Until then, she’s more than welcome to stay with us and play with the herd!!
I had misconceptions about Daschunds before.. I totally fell in love with them after I happened to meet and play with my neighbour’s Daschund one day.. such a sweet loving boy! he ate up most of my ice cream that day, by the way! 😉