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Adopt Merci

Female Young Dachshund / Terrier (Unknown Type, Small)


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About Merci

Note: Please fill out an adoption app online here by cutting and pasting into your browser if you're interested in meeting Merci: https://www.animalalliancesd.org/adoption Merci ,who got her name from the French phrase "Merci beaucoup," is • Affectionate • Loves to be held • Lapdog • Playful • Loves stuffed toys • Loves playing with other dogs • Crate trained • Knows how to use a doggie door • Not a picky eater • Treat motivated so easy to train new things • Dances for treats • Energetic but calms down when needed • Potty trained using the crate training method • 2-years-old • Wire-haired Dachshund/terrier mix • Only 10 lbs • Spayed • Microchipped • Up-to-date on vaccinations While under our care Merci has not been with cats so we don't know how she is with them. Here's other videos of Merci (copy & paste into your browser): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ou6rNlJODaM&list=UUiOCLnrG7w8TC9NUpt-GaPw&index=1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=79HnV_0xCTY&list=UUiOCLnrG7w8TC9NUpt-GaPw&index=5 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pEmUAp9at5Y&list=UUiOCLnrG7w8TC9NUpt-GaPw&index=6 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AIcNE0MgsSo&list=UUiOCLnrG7w8TC9NUpt-GaPw&index=3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z8Ss2xKHJPQ&list=UUiOCLnrG7w8TC9NUpt-GaPw&index=2 Merci's owner passed away and his son brought her to the shelter where Merci was petrified. She's fully adjusted now that she's in a comfy foster home but is still a little apprehensive of strangers but warms right up quickly. We believe Merci would shine most in a home with adults only or older respectful children. Merci's adoption fee is $195 which would be used to pay for spay/neutering, medical treatment, food, & supplies for homeless dogs. Sorry, due to a variety of reasons we don't allow adoptions outside San Diego County. Thanks for understanding. Animal Alliance of San Diego is a non-profit 501(c)(3) whose mission is to stop unnecessary euthanasia and neglect of animals by rescuing homeless animals, providing them a safe haven, medical care, and needed resources and by creating partnerships with shelters, rescues, and community groups. Please help us in this cause. Please consider fostering, volunteering, donating, and/or spreading the word about us. Thank you from us and the homeless animals we help!

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Name
Merci
Age
Young
Gender
Female
Size
Small
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Housetrained
YES
Hypoallergenic
Not Sure
Spayed / Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
YES
Ok with cats
Not Sure
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Chickadee

Shih Tzu

Here's how we'd describe our little Chickadee: • Calm • Affectionate • Sweet natured • Loves stuffed toys • Gets along with ot... show more

Here's how we'd describe our little Chickadee: • Calm • Affectionate • Sweet natured • Loves stuffed toys • Gets along with other dogs of all sizes • Knows how to use a doggie door • Crate trained • Walks well on a leash • Initially timid of strangers so would do best in a home which doesn't have a lot of new people coming & going • Quiet except when she meets a strangers • Has pearly white teeth from the dental we recently got her • 9.8 lb Shih Tzu • 5-years-old • Spayed • Microchipped • Up-to-date on vaccinations • Hypoallergenic - good choice for people with allergies or who don't want fur on their furniture but Chickadee does require regular grooming. She has been recently groomed Chickadee was part of an animal cruelty case. She was found by an animal control officer tied up on a 3 foot tether in filthy conditions in a house with little food and water along with 11 other dogs. Chickadee's coat was terribly over grown and covered in urine and feces. Now that she's been groomed and we've given her a dental and treated an ear infection, she's completely healthy now. We know Chickadee was socialized when she was younger since she quickly warms up to strangers and is very affectionate with us. She's simply adorable now in every way! Here's an additional video of Chickadee (copy and paste into your browser): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aIE6jal-N4U&list=UUiOCLnrG7w8TC9NUpt-GaPw&index=4 We have recently potty trained Chickadee using the crate training method. Adopters should continue this training using the same method or taking her out frequently as all new dogs in a household when first brought home should. Chickadee's adoption fee is $350 which would be used to pay for spay/neutering, medical treatment, food, & supplies for homeless dogs. She would do best in a household without small children. Please fill out an adoption app online here by cutting and pasting into your browser if you're interested in meeting Chickadee: https://www.animalalliancesd.org/adoption Sorry, due to a variety of reasons we don't allow adoptions outside San Diego County. Thanks for understanding. Animal Alliance of San Diego is a non-profit 501(c)(3) whose mission is to stop unnecessary euthanasia and neglect of animals by rescuing homeless animals, providing them a safe haven, medical care, and needed resources and by creating partnerships with shelters, rescues, and community groups. Please help us in this cause. Please consider fostering, volunteering, donating, and/or spreading the word about us. Thank you from us and the homeless animals we help! show less

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Ebony

Terrier (Unknown Type, Small)

Here's how we describe Ebony ("Ebi"): • Calm yet playful • Docile • Loving • Gets along great with dogs of all sizes and plays w... show more

Here's how we describe Ebony ("Ebi"): • Calm yet playful • Docile • Loving • Gets along great with dogs of all sizes and plays with them • Plays with other dogs • Plays with stuffed toys • Melts like butter in your lap • Knows how to use a doggie door • Would do best in a household with a confident dog • Timid of new people so would do best in a household without a lot of strangers coming and going but warms up once in a person's lap where she lies complacently • Quiet most of the time • Crate trained • 8.6 lbs • 7 months old • Terrier • Spayed • Microchipped • Up to date on shots • Has not been in a household with cats so we don't know how she is with them Here's an additional video of Ebony (copy & paste into your browser): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZlJFo-jYftA&list=UUiOCLnrG7w8TC9NUpt-GaPw We have recently potty trained Ebony using the crate training method. Adopters should continue this training using the same method or taking her out frequently as all new dogs in a household when first brought home should. Ebi's adoption fee is $250 which would be used to pay for spay/neutering, medical treatment, food, & supplies for homeless dogs. She would do best in a household without small children. Please fill out an adoption app online here by cutting and pasting into your browser if you're interested in meeting Ebony: https://www.animalalliancesd.org/adoption Sorry, due to a variety of reasons we don't allow adoptions outside San Diego County. Thanks for understanding. Animal Alliance of San Diego is a non-profit 501(c)(3) whose mission is to stop unnecessary euthanasia and neglect of animals by rescuing homeless animals, providing them a safe haven, medical care, and needed resources and by creating partnerships with shelters, rescues, and community groups. Please help us in this cause. Please consider fostering, volunteering, donating, and/or spreading the word about us. Thank you from us and the homeless animals we help! show less

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Merci

Dachshund

Note: Please fill out an adoption app online here by cutting and pasting into your browser if you're interested in meeting Merci: https:... show more

Note: Please fill out an adoption app online here by cutting and pasting into your browser if you're interested in meeting Merci: https://www.animalalliancesd.org/adoption Merci ,who got her name from the French phrase "Merci beaucoup," is • Affectionate • Loves to be held • Lapdog • Playful • Loves stuffed toys • Loves playing with other dogs • Crate trained • Knows how to use a doggie door • Not a picky eater • Treat motivated so easy to train new things • Dances for treats • Energetic but calms down when needed • Potty trained using the crate training method • 2-years-old • Wire-haired Dachshund/terrier mix • Only 10 lbs • Spayed • Microchipped • Up-to-date on vaccinations While under our care Merci has not been with cats so we don't know how she is with them. Here's other videos of Merci (copy & paste into your browser): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ou6rNlJODaM&list=UUiOCLnrG7w8TC9NUpt-GaPw&index=1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=79HnV_0xCTY&list=UUiOCLnrG7w8TC9NUpt-GaPw&index=5 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pEmUAp9at5Y&list=UUiOCLnrG7w8TC9NUpt-GaPw&index=6 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AIcNE0MgsSo&list=UUiOCLnrG7w8TC9NUpt-GaPw&index=3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z8Ss2xKHJPQ&list=UUiOCLnrG7w8TC9NUpt-GaPw&index=2 Merci's owner passed away and his son brought her to the shelter where Merci was petrified. She's fully adjusted now that she's in a comfy foster home but is still a little apprehensive of strangers but warms right up quickly. We believe Merci would shine most in a home with adults only or older respectful children. Merci's adoption fee is $195 which would be used to pay for spay/neutering, medical treatment, food, & supplies for homeless dogs. Sorry, due to a variety of reasons we don't allow adoptions outside San Diego County. Thanks for understanding. Animal Alliance of San Diego is a non-profit 501(c)(3) whose mission is to stop unnecessary euthanasia and neglect of animals by rescuing homeless animals, providing them a safe haven, medical care, and needed resources and by creating partnerships with shelters, rescues, and community groups. Please help us in this cause. Please consider fostering, volunteering, donating, and/or spreading the word about us. Thank you from us and the homeless animals we help! show less

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Primrose

Boston Terrier

Note: Please fill out an adoption app online here by cutting and pasting into your browser if you're interested in meeting Primrose: htt... show more

Note: Please fill out an adoption app online here by cutting and pasting into your browser if you're interested in meeting Primrose: https://www.animalalliancesd.org/adoption Primrose our fabulous Frenchton is: • A snuggly cuddlebug • Calm • Potty trained • Easy going • Lapdog • Loves belly rubs • Good natured • Very Tolerant • Enjoys and will share toys • Respectful with food and takes treats gently • Vocalizes lightly when she wants to come inside otherwise quiet as a mouse • Great with other dogs • Great with cats • Great with small children • 8 yo 30 lb Boston Terrier/French Bulldog mix • Enthusiastic leash walker but requires some guidance • Manages very well even though vision impaired • Has cataracts but no further treatment is required • Spayed • Shots up to date • Microchipped • Would be a loving addition to your family Primrose's adoption fee is $195 which would be used to pay for spay/neutering, medical treatment, food, & supplies for homeless dogs to get them out of shelters and into comfy homes. Additional video of Primrose when she was at the local shelter where we got her (copy & paste into your browser): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TB5PjMj-BQg&list=UUiOCLnrG7w8TC9NUpt-GaPw&index=6 If you'd like to meet Primrose fill out a pre-adoption application here: https://www.animalalliancesd.org/dogapplications Sorry, due to a variety of reasons we don't allow adoptions outside San Diego County. Primarily it's because we don't have volunteers willing to do non-local home checks or recover dogs there if need be. As we grow, we're hoping this will change. Thanks for understanding. Animal Alliance of San Diego is a non-profit 501(c)(3) whose mission is to stop unnecessary euthanasia and neglect of animals by rescuing homeless animals, providing them a safe haven, medical care, and needed resources and by creating partnerships with shelters, rescues, and community groups. Please help us in this cause. Please consider fostering, volunteering, donating, and/or spreading the word about us. Thank you from us and the homeless animals we help! show less