Marvin

Quick Facts:

  • Breed: Miniature Dachshund
  • Gender: Male, neutered
  • Age: 1.5 years old
  • Size: 9 pounds
  • Good with…
    • Dogs? Yes!
    • Cats? No, sorry
    • Kids? No, sorry

Hello! My name is Marvin. I am playful, happy, and I love being with people and other dogs!

***Marvin is not a CDR dog and has not been evaluated by CDR. Marvin’s family will make all decisions regarding his adoption.***

History

My previous owner, a college student, bought me from a miniature dachshund breeder somewhere in the vicinity of New York City. In addition to being in college, he was working full time, including some weekends and late evenings. I spent a lot of time alone and was very sad and lonely.

He brought me to Ithaca in August, but because no dogs were allowed in his home, I stayed with his friend, a 19-year-old girl, who also … Continue reading

Adopted: Sasha

Howdy, my name is Sasha! I am a snuggly, loving dachshund mix.
Quick Facts:

  • Breed: Dachshund mix
  • Gender: Female, spayed
  • Age: 4 year old
  • Size: 25 pounds
  • Good with…
    • Dogs? Some
    • Cats? Yes!
    • Kids? 14+

***Sasha is not a CDR dog and has not been evaluated by CDR.***

History

My family adopted me from the Tompkins County SPCA two years ago; I was two years old at the time so I’m pretty sure I’m almost four years old. The SPCA was very scary for me and I barked and growled at everyone while in my room. When I met my people in a neutral area of the facility, they sat on the floor and were given treats to share with me and soon I was coming to them and letting them pet me. Then they got a toy and threw it for me … Continue reading

Jackie

** COURTESY POST ** Hi everyone! My name is Jackie and I am loving life after being rescued from a high kill shelter in North Carolina.

  • Breed: Dachshund/Corgi Mix
  • Gender: Female spayed
  • Age: 1-2 years old
  • Size: 28 lbs
  • Good with…
  • Dogs?Yes, see below
  • Cats?Maybe
  • Kids?Yes

Hi everyone! My name is Jackie and I am loving life after being rescued from a high kill shelter in North Carolina. For reasons that remain a mystery, I was at the shelter for over a month and on the put to sleep list for two weeks because it was so crowded. Things worked out for me when I gave the photographer my best smile and my silly picture was seen by a great rescue group as well as a man way up in NY who just knew I would fit into his home while we waited for my forever family to … Continue reading