Roxy - female Dachshund/mix

14 years (Forever Foster)

Porsche - female Yorkshire Terrier/mix

14 years (Forever Foster)

Hi my name is Max, and, even though I am not quite ready for adoption (it's a matter of weeks before I am), I wanted to introduce myself.
I am a 2 1/2 year old energetic 11 lbs Black & Tan Longhaired Dachshund pup (with really poofy fur due to a previous haircut, but it's growing back...).

I LOOOVE to play fetch and I am the best soccer player since Pele (if you don't believe me ask to see my video).
I am also an excellent house fly hunter (even if my foster dad chuckles every time I do so).
I am very sociable, but I do guard my human a bit from strangers (I am working on it, and dad says I am much improved).
Anyways, I'll be keeping you updated on my progress and will let you know when Dad says I'm ready for you.
Oh, and as usual, the nice people at Tiny Paws Dog Rescue have made taken care of getting me vetted, neutered, microchipped and fully vaccinated.

Hi Y'all, my name is Raymond (but everyone calls me Ray or RayRay)
I'm just here to say hello (as I'm not ready for adoption yet) and to give you a bit of my history.
I'm an 18 lbs Rat Terrier mix that was minding my own business living under an old Pickup truck in Alabama after being put out by my previous (abusive) family there (my foster dad says that's called being a feral).
I was taken in by a Rescue organisation there and sent to nice shelter in New York state who made space for me.
A family from Montreal saw me there and adopted me, but, after 2 weeks realized that I needed more socializing that what they could handle.
So, they dropped me off at the SPCA, who in turn, contacted my foster dad to see if he could help me, and I've been with him & my foster mom ever since (pheww, and it was about time because I was getting kind of dizzy with all the moving around...)
So I have now started to learn that I can trust dogs & human not to hurt me, even men.
I prefer being around mom and will still guard her from dad (even if he has been nothing but kind to me), but I'll now go see him for attention and petting, especially at dinner time (or when mom is not around).
Dad calls me his "Long Term Work in Progress" project, so I guess I'm going to be here for a while longer.
As usual, the nice people at Tiny Paws Dog Rescue have taken care of getting me vetted, neutered, microchipped and fully vaccinated so that, when I AM ready to move on to a furever home, I'll be ready to go. :-)

Dogs in Foster Care