is a gorgeous Dachshund Liver-red colour with a cute white stripe down her forehead. Whitney is shy to start but once she decides you are hers, she will follow you everywhere and want to be where you are. Whitney has the sharp nose of the dachshund and the cunning of The Jack Russell. Whitney's legs are longer than her sister Spunky who has dachshund legs. Whitney would excel at agility courses for small dogs and she would be excellent at teaching tricks.
Whitney came to us with her sister and her sisters 2 puppies and two male Jack Russell mixes from a hoarding situation. All 6 dogs are super social and extremely playful and loving dogs.
Whitney cannot be an only dog. She always has to be with 1 or more dogs in her pack. she bonds to her human but she is a pack dog from a hoarding situation and she loves her dog buddies.
Whitney weighs 9.1 pounds and her perfect weight is 10 pounds. Whitney is being fed a Human-Grade Canine-specific diet and we will educate the adopters in species-specific feeding. Whitney has a June 3rd Spay date. Whitney has an adoption fee of $650.00. All monies are recycled to save more dogs and help cover medical costs.
To apply to adopt Whitney, please start the adoption process by filling out an online application. Pre-approved applicants will be called for a formal phone interview and if approved, a meet and greet will be set up to meet Honee and all dogs you may have an interest in.
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