Dachshund, Mixed
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Meet Fritz!! Fritz is a 5 year old Dachshund mix. Fritz lost his family when they had to go into long term care but at just 5, he’s ready for a forever home! Fritz is super cool; he loves his spike vest that keeps the hawks away from this tiny guy because he loves to run around and explore the yard and new places. He also loves to play with other dogs; especially small dogs. He’s great with kids and new people. Fritz loves to follow his people around and get lots of scratches. Fritz does well walking on a leash and is crate and house trained. Fritz has diabetes so he needs a daily injection (that doesn’t bother him at all and is relative inexpensive). His diabetes does not slow him down though; Fritz is a very happy boy.  Apply today to adopt this tiny good boy! Fritz’s adoption fee is $200. He is up to date on age appropriate vaccinations, neutered, and microchipped.  All of our dogs are spayed or neutered, up to date on age appropriate vaccinations, microchipped and if over 6 months of age, heartworm tested and on heartworm preventative in their foster home. We require an approved application to meet any of our dogs. We do not have a shelter location and will not arrange a meeting without an approved application. We strive to make sure the bios provided for our dogs are complete and accurate; we do understand that mistakes happen, however, so if you absolutely cannot find the answer to your question in the dog's bio, you can contact us for more information. We require a home visit for each dog we adopt out, so we adopt within a 2 hour radius of Dayton, OH. If you are outside of this radius, we encourage you to contact your local rescue or shelter.  


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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