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Dachshund / Mixed  : :  Female  : :  Baby

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Welcome to the Wonderful World of Rescue Dachshunds.  Look around and read their bios.  Find a few whose personality seems to fit well.  Consider one of our Well Seasoned Seniors who are truly wonderful and have so much to offer.  Need help finding the best fit?  We'll help with that too.  Please fill out an application and let’s get you all matched up with a loving new “furever’ companion and friend. You’ll find the application on the “Available Dogs” page.  NOTE:   Adoptions to Central/South Texas residents only   

Standard Adoption Fee Adult Dog: $250 ea.  Puppy Adoption Fee: $300 ea. Reduced rates for Seniors dogs (10 and up).  Reduced rates for pairs (when adopted together).  All adoption fees are subject to sales tax per the State of Texas.  DDRTX only adopts in Central/South Texas.

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Pioneer Puppy #6 - Teagan is momma

About Marie Curie

  • Status: Available for Adoption (adoption info)
  • Species: Dog
  • Rescue ID: 20-0125
  • Color: Black
  • Current Age: 5 Months 23 Days (born on 7/25/2020)
Hello my name is Marie Curie. I am one of the Pioneer Puppies. I am 11 weeks old as of October 11. I have long stylish legs that allow me to stand tall. Obviously I didn’t get those Dachshund legs. My hair coat Is becoming sleek and shiny. I have white toes on my back feet and just a whisper of white on my chest. Foster mom says that my neck and shoulders are beginning to get lighter and they might turn light brown. Take a look at my cute little white chin with the three white whiskers that hang very long and stylish below. I am a happy go lucky girl. I like to play with toys and a small squeaky donut is my favorite one. I am the last pioneer Puppy and I am learning how to be a grown up dog in my foster home. I get along well with my adult siblings. Auntie Coco likes to play with me and so does Pablo. My foster mom says I’m really smart. That’s because I am learning to go potty outside. I had just gotten good with P pads but foster mom says I must do better and learn to go outside with the big dogs. She says I’m smart because I already know what “no” means and I am good to respond to foster mom in the proper way. I’m not fully grown yet but my mommy only weighed about 18 pounds. Foster mom says I probably won’t be much bigger than that when I am grown. I love to sit in peoples laps and sometimes I even fall asleep there. I’m having to learn to spend the night in my kennel all by myself now that my brothers and sisters are gone. That’s still something I don’t like very well. but foster mom says she won’t give up on me. She says I have to learn to do these things so I can get a forever home. I would love to have a family of my own with some kids to play with because I like my foster kid. And if there was another dog to play with, especially one with some energy I would run and play outside with them. I hope my forever family finds me soon I’m still a puppy, because I’m fun to play with.. Will it be you?

More about Marie Curie

Good with Dogs, Good with Kids, Playful, Affectionate, Goofy

Love dachshunds and not ready to adopt or circumstances won't permit having a dog?  How about being a sponsor or making a donation.  Every one of our dachshunds receives excellent medical care along with day to day food, love and housing.  Being non-profit, we rely on generous individuals like yourselves to help save these fur babies.  You can do this specifically for one dog with the sponsor button on their webpage or a general donation on our “How To Help” page.  Easy and quick through Pay Pal or your debit/credit card.  You generosity is sincerely appreciated by all and is tax deductable.  Need other ideas?  You'll find tons of them on the How to Help tab.  All contributions are tax deductable.


Diamond Dachshund Rescue of Texas is a non-profit 501(c)(3) volunteer organization with focus on rescue and adoption of pure breed Dachshunds.  All dogs are fully vetted and housed on private property.  Meetings are scheduled upon adoption approval.  Thank you for your continued support to the rescue and shelter communities!  Opt to Adopt!





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