Breed: Long Hair Dachshund Approx Birthday: July 1 2012 Gender: Female Weight: 6.4 kg Height (head to toe): 21cm Length (chest to base of tail): 35 cm
Spayed?: Yes Food brand: Kibble Things to work on: Gaining confidence
Kid Friendly: 5/5 *Dog Friendly: 5/5 Cat Friendly: 5/5 *Barking: 2/5 Chewing: 1/5 Separation Anxiety:1/5 Fear for Adult Men: 1/5 Active Level: 3/5
Harness Trained: No Potty: Mostly Indoor Basic Commands: No Pee Pads: No Ever Been Alone in Home: No
*Dog Friendly: Very Friendly
*Kid Friendly: Very Friendly toward kids
*Cat Friendly: Ok with cats
Raymee was found along with 2 other long hair dachshunds abandoned at the fisherman’s wharf, with 3 large holes on their back. Their implanted microchips were gauged out, so that they can’t be traced back to the owners. Judging from her enlarged breasts and nipples, it is evident that Raymee and others were from the puppy mills, and her vocal cord was removed.
Despite her hard life, Raymee is very affectionate and happy. She can be a little scared in the beginning and would hide in the corners but who can blame her? The world outside of the cage is so new to her. Her personality is coming out more everyday, and she’s just such a sweet heart!
Being a dachshund, Raymee will do best in a home without stairs, and a low energy household that can be around her most of the time during the day. A potential adopter should research the genetic problems of dachshunds and understand what to expect once they go into old age. They should also understand that dachshunds will need careful handling to prevent back injuries. If you are looking for a laid back snuggly loving companion, Raymee can be a perfect fit!