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AdoptSnickers

MaleDachshund /Miniature Pinscher

About

Snickers is a male 5 year old Dachshund/Min Pin Blend weighing 14 pounds. He was originally found by a family in November 2016. They searched for the owner for a few months but they could not find them. The wife of the family that found him, suddenly became very sick and even though they continued to hope to find the owners, they were no longer able to care for him, so they surrendered him to PPR to find a good home. Snickers has had a full medical work up and they only thing they found was a urinary tract infection, which is being treated. He was heartworm negative, all shots given, microchipped and neutered. Snickers has been described as a quiet, sweet, social dog that gets along with other dogs and cats. He has a very calm, non-demanding nature, that would be great for older people that just want a great companion to take naps with. He does well with men and women. He is a low maintenance dog that sheds very little and is housebroken. He is not an outdoor dog and will not run away if he should get out a door. If you can't find him, look in the closet where there is a soft bed. If interested, please submit an application from poquitapawsrescue.org



Contact

If you have questions about Snickers please contact Poquita Paws Rescue

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Details

Name
Snickers
Age
Adult
Size
Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Color
Brown/Chocolate - With Tan
Hair Length
Shots up to date
Spayed / Neutered
Housetrained
Family
Ok with kids
Ok with birds
Ok with dogs
Ok with cats
Ok with small animals
Contact Person
Cheryl Bodenhamer

Shelter Description

Poquita Paws Rescue has a mission to rescue small dogs from the community and high kill facilities and to encourage responsible pet ownership. The majority of our animals are straight from the street.

Shelter Driving Directions

Appointment only

Areas Served

We serve San Antonio and surrounding area. On occasion and with the permission of the board, we will adopt out of state.

Adoption Instructions

Application
Home visit
Educational information on food, treats, safety, and what to do if the dog gets out.