• Breed: Uknown Mother, Unknown Father. We are definitely seeing Dachshund traits in this kiddo!
  • D.O.B.:  8/11/22
  • Current Weight: 4.12lbs
  • Sex: Female
  • Estimated Adult Size: Small – Medium. Without a parent’s size to estimate, we are guessing on adult size, based on their listed weight at 8-9 weeks of age. 
  • Spayed
  • Microchipped
  • Age appropriate vaccinations
  • Good with other dogs, not cat tested.
  • MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS – Safe, secure, fully-fenced, private yard. No children under 8, (she’s itty-bitty).


If you are looking for BIG personality in a teeny, tiny body? Look no further than Peanut! This 9 week-old Super Mutt girl is one of the smallest in the litter, but she doesn’t let that slow her down! Her diminutive size doesn’t stop her from tackling her siblings like a tiny linebacker, or dragging a toy that’s three times her size all the way across the room. When she’s not busy holding her own against her silly siblings, Peanut can be a bit of an introvert; happily playing with toys by herself or sitting in your lap to judge the other dogs. She’s kind of like a little person in a dog’s body. Peanut is a talker, and she will let you know when she needs something, or if something is wrong. Despite her little-bitty stature, Peanut seems to be a born leader. She is brave, confident, and a real go-getter! As with all young puppies, redirection and positive reinforcement are the keys to success! Once this little firecracker knows that you are her people, she will shower you with allllll the  hugs, (yes, hugs!) kisses, and long, loving gazes from those big soulful brown eyes! Peanut is one smart little girl, too! She is doing great with using the puppy pads and is starting to pick up on her basic training skills. With consistent training, this girl will know all the rules and tricks in no time! We feel that the ideal home for Peanut will be a family with a family with older kids, (she’s itty-bitty) who has time to devote to loving her, training her, and giving her ample opportunities for socialization. A home with an older, friendly pooch to help her learn the “dog” ropes would be great for her! If you think that your family might be the perfect match for Peanut, please fill out an adoption application today!

KNOWN HISTORY – Their owner loved them SO MUCH, that they ripped them away from the mother they still desperately needed,  walked over to a park, put THIRTEEN, 3 to 4 week old puppies on the ground, and then walked away from them without a second thought. They left these defenseless babies out in the scorching heat with no shade, no food, no water, no help. Thank God someone found them and got them to us before the unimaginable could happen! The babies have been raised in loving foster homes, with tons of socialization, good food, and extra kisses and snuggles. 

Won’t you please consider adding this precious, sweet, loving, super happy little girl to your family? If you are not quite ready to add a new member to your family, won’t you please SHARE our adoptable kiddos to your social media? You never know when your share will be the share that brings them home. 💖

Peanut’s adoption fee is $450 and includes spay, microchip with free lifetime registration, age appropriate vaccinations and dewormers, and she will come home with a hobo bag of things to help her get started in her new furever home. You can apply to welcome this beautiful young lady into your family by completing an adoption application below.

Please understand that adopting from P.R.A.R. means FOREVER. Please do NOT apply if you do not have the time to properly train and exercise a dog, (professional training will be required within 1 year of adoption) or if you do not meet the minimum adoption requirements for the dog in which you are applying, (see minimum requirements above).

🚩APPLICATIONS NOT COMPLETED PROPERLY AND ENTIRELY WILL NOT BE PROCESSED🚩 Please read each question carefully and answer thoroughly!

Visit our FAQ page to read answers to commonly asked questions, such as:

  • Preview our adoption contract
  • Read what goes into saving these lives
  • Read why we require a fully fenced yard
  • How to keep your new pet safe when they go home
  • And lots more!