Agnes the Dachshund
Lovely little Agnes is a part wire haired Miniature Dachshund who has been surrendered from a breeder to find her retirement home. Aggie is very petite and naturally stays on the slim side, she weighs only 3.5kg but we are hoping she will gain some weight post spay surgery and when she’s settled in her new home. Agnes is naturally a busy little dog, she loves being around people and her tail doesn’t stop wagging. Agnes has been spayed, had a booster vaccination and a full dental where her teeth were given a scale and polish (no extractions). Agnes has a lovely scruffy coat which needs only minimal attention, she carries the wire haired coat and has a lovely little beard. She is good at being handled and brushed and has just discovered toys and wanting to play.
We are currently very busy and rescue spaces are extremely limited – PLEASE DO NOT APPLY IF YOU HAVE HOLIDAYS BOOKED OR ARE NOT IN A POSITION TO FINALISE THE ADOPTION IN GOOD TIME – we have a huge waiting list which we are constantly juggling as we hate turning away dogs in need. Please tell us about and breed experience on your application form.
Age – 2 years
Size – petite and slim, 3.5kg and fully grown
Location – in foster in Southport, Merseyside
Colour – Black and Tan part wire haired
Microchip number and company – Agnes is chipped and we will facilitate moving the registration over on a successful adoption.
Known medical conditions – None
Known behavioural concerns – in kennels Agnes was known to guard food and had to be fed separately, however this has not been seen in foster. We do however feed her in her own crate to avoid any issues. Agnes does love her food and will need reminding of her manners around it.
Neutered – yes whilst in our care
Live with other dogs – yes, Agnes is used to living with lots of other dogs, is in foster with multiple small dogs and would love a friend or two in her new home
Good with cats – Not tested
Good with kids – Agnes can live with older teenagers, she has not been brought up around children with being a breeding girl
Travelling in the car – good on the front seat
Housetrained – Agnes is mainly clean in her crate and doing well with house training, but may relapse with a change of circumstances
Lead walking – getting better, Agnes loves going for a walk and is learning to walk nicely with a loose lead but will need some practice
Recall – too soon to be tested
Crate trained – yes, we are working on crate training and she’s doing well
Current diet – twice a day, a mixture of wet and dry food
A video home check and a non refundable £500 adoption donation will apply – this goes back into our vet fund account
Apply to adopt Agnes using our adoption form here