8 Adoption Success Stories from the Dallas-Fort Worth Dachshund Rescue

A Rescue Boosts Adoptions With Help From a Photographer

Thanks to its clever (and glam!) adoption portrait program, the Dallas-Fort Worth Dachshund Rescue Organization has placed more dogs with new owners than ever before. Check out these eight photogenic pups who found forever homes.

A Rescue Boosts Adoptions With Help From a Photographer

Photography: teresaberg.com

Morrie

Morrie is a 6-year-old, black and tan standard longhair Dachshund who was found abandoned on a rural road. Today he lives with an older woman who adores his affectionate ways.

Morrie

Photography: teresaberg.com

Finnegan

Finnegan — a 3-year-old, black and tan wirehair Dachshund — was impounded numerous times at a small-town shelter, until his owners refused to take him back. He was adopted by a woman who’s now prepping him to compete in agility events.

Finnegan

Photography: teresaberg.com

Franklin

Franklin is a 3-year-old, red and white piebald longhair Dachshund who went from a shelter to his “perfect fit” home, where he lives with two other Dachshunds.

Franklin

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Kendall

Kendall — a 1-year-old, black and tan smooth hair Dachshund — was found wandering the streets as a stray. A couple with another 1-year-old Dachshund adopted the energetic, pearl-wearing pup.

Kendall

photography: teresaberg.com

Marlie

Marlie is a 2-year-old, black and tan longhair Dachshund who now shares a home with two loving humans and two other Dachshunds, one of whom also came from the Dallas-Fort Worth Dachshund Rescue.

Marlie

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Jazzi

Jazzi — a 1-year-old, Isabella (gray) smooth hair Dachshund — passed through four homes in less than a year before she was adopted by a couple who was smitten with her Cleopatra-like pose. She also has a new buddy: a Basset Hound who lives with her.

Jazzi

photography: teresaberg.com

Austin

Austin is a 3-year-old, red wirehair Dachshund who was found wandering the streets with a serious flea infestation. He was adopted by a veteran member of the Dallas-Fort Worth Dachshund Club, who is working with Austin to get his therapy certification.

Austin

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Cameron

Cameron — a 2-year-old, red smooth hair Dachshund — was dumped at a shelter because his owner “didn't want to bother with him anymore.” Tux tie in place, he was photographed — and then adopted by Dachshund lovers whose previous pup died from old age. When his new owners met Cameron, they just "clicked”!

Cameron

photography: teresaberg.com

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