Nick – 8lb Male
Saint Nikolas Longbottom is the largest in his litter, at a whopping 8 pounds! The rumors are true – the big ones are just big teddy bears! Nick is the teddy bear of the litter. Yeah, he likes to play… he will wrestle with his siblings when he’s egged on enough to do so. But Nick’s joy is in his hoomans. He’ll walk away from the raucous antics of his siblings to crawl into your arms and snuggle. Nick isn’t picky, either. I’m pretty sure there isn’t a loyal bone in his body. Nick loves EVERYONE. If YOU don’t have time to snuggle with him, he’ll take any stranger off the street and snuggle with THEM! Nick is brave… sort of. He will move forward with his mission, but he’s going to look back at you with those sweet puppy dog eyes for reassurance that he’s still ok. Nick has learned to climb the stairs, but can’t come down on his own just yet, and he hides his eyes when you carry him down so he won’t have to look! LOL! Nick is such a sweet, goofy little charachter! He LOVES to play and explore, and SNUGGLE! This boy is a love of loves… a soul dog in the making. Come meet this precious little man to see for yourself just how fabulous he is!
Chestnut – 5lb Male
Chestnut is the little man of the group! At juuuuuust barely 5 pounds, this little low-rider is confident, he is proud, and he is BRAVE… until he’s not! He still checks in with his hoomans every now and then to make sure you’ve got his back! Chestnut is a warrior who has overcome some scary stuff in his baby life, and he is taking his second chance by the hand and running with it! Chestnut aspirated while nursing when he was just a couple of weeks old. He developed a nasty pneumonia and was hospitalized for several days as he fought for his life. Tho we were told to euthanize him – we knew there was a fighter in there! As long as he was fighting, we were going to fight with him! After a few days, our miracle boy started to turn the corner. Today, you’d never know that he was sick. True to the dachshund nature, Chestnut is an explorer and lets his nose guide him. This boy is happy, playful, loves his 4-legged friends and is ready to roll with a family who will give him all the love, fun, and adventure this world has to offer!
Mama Evie is the mother to this litter of tiny, little darlings! Evie is a dachshund mix. Their daddy is an unknown, nosey neighbor dog who skipped town as soon as mom got knocked up.
Evie is about a 3 year old Dachshung who weighs 19 pounds – but honestly, she could stand to loose a few. She’s made a few too many trips to her puppy’s food dish! Evie is just about the sweetest little dog on the planet! Her happy wiggle-waggle butt would put a smile on the Grinch’s face! If her pups have her temperament, they’re going to be FABULOUS!
- Breed: Dachshund Mix
- DOB: 12/26/22
- Current Weight: 5 – 8lbs
- Sex: See descriptions above
- Estimated Adult Size: Small
- Age appropriate vaccinations
- Good with Dogs/Kids
- Not Cat Tested
I’m being fostered in: S.E. Aurora, CO
- Safe, secure, fully-fenced yard with room to run.
- No kids under 3
These Babies Can Go Home: NOW
Adoption Fee: $475
The Christmas Eve Miracles
Adoption fee is $475 and includes spay or neuter, microchip with free lifetime registration, age appropriate vaccinations and dewormers. They will come home with a hobo bag of things to help them get started in her new furever home. You can apply to welcome one of these tiny little darlings into your family by completing an adoption application below.
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