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Sienna (MD)   

In shelter Dog

Ellicott City, MD, 21043
Pet name:
Sienna (MD)
Color:\tBlack & Tan\tCoat:\tSmooth
Size:\tTweenie\tWeight:\t14 lbs
Age:\t7 Years\tCategory:\tAdult
Special needs dog?\tNo\tSanctuary dog?\tNo
Spayed / Neutered?\tYes
Has separation anxiety
Must have fenced yard
Needs dog buddy
No cats
No children
No large dogs
Sienna is a sweet lovely dachshund who was given up by her elderly owner because they said she had too much energy for apartment living. It turns out that she is just a normal doxie who loves her toys and the company of other dogs in the home and exploring her yard . She also loves snuggling with her person on the couch and sleeping in the big bed at night. We are searching for a dachshund savvy adopter who has friendly dogs Siennas size, energy level and age (or a little younger) in the home. We think she would like to play with another dog if that dog was so inclined! She is learning to "dog" and every day we learn something new about her. She could stand to lose a few pounds so adopters should keep their own dogs slim and trim and know how to help Sienna shed some weight with diet and exercise. Seeking an all adult home with a good-sized fenced yard with adopters who areWant to know more about Sienna? Email DRNA representative at home more than not. She is not fond of being crated. She is good on a leash. She is being fostered in Maryland. Local adopters will be given preference. Applicants must be willing to drive to Ellicott City, Maryland (10 miles south of Baltimore) to meet and adopt Sienna.  Go to to fill out an adoption application.
Dachshund Rescue of North America Inc.


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