Western Cape dachshunds and dachshund crosses up for adoption

OUDTSHOORN, WESTERN CAPE

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Available for adoption: Ceaser, castrated daxie x foxie. Very social. Child friendly.Β 

VERY URGENT!! 🚨🚨 – ANIMAL LIGHTHOUSE, WESTERN CAPE

SHELTER CLOSING!! πŸ’”πŸ’” SIR NICOLAAS NEEDS A HOME ASAP PLEASE!
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Please help find Sir Nicolaas a home
Male, around 9 years old, Dachshund cross.
No Cats. No small children
For adoption please contact Ronel 0783478745

Remember shelter are still closing and all the dogs need to find homes….

β€” in Cape Town, Western Cape.

URGENT !! URGENT !!

WESTERN CAPE / Garden Route SPCA / George branch / 044 878 1990

Bogati is a tiny little man who is desperate for his new forever home! He is a foxie x daxie and is just oh so cute. He will need a patient human to make him feel safe again but we are so sure that person is out there! Come and meet this handsome boy! 🐾 He is 2 years old and good with other dogs and children.
β€” in Cape Town, Western Cape.

WINELANDS SPCA, WESTERN CAPE
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Amber is a Dachshund cross. She’s a young adult. She’s still very uncertain and timid, but warms up quickly when shown affection. We’ll wait a bit, building her confidence before trying to leash-walk her.
If you would like to give any of our dogs a forever home PLEASE CALL US on 023 615 2241 during our opening times or email for an application form at office@spcawinelands.za.org
Visits to the WSPCA are by appointment only as we must limit visitors as per lockdown and safety protocols. You must wear a mask.

WESTERN CAPE – HAWK – Koinonia

#MADONNA 🐾,

female 3/4 yrs old- Pom X.

Her mom came in pregnant & she was born at HAWK, is well socialised with other dog, but very shy and timid; always hiding.
loves stealing your personal belongings πŸ˜‰… needs a human at home all day.

To meet her, message us or WA 076 417 5388 ❣️ β€” in Cape Town, Western Cape.

URGENT❗❗ PLUMPETS ANIMAL SHELTER, CAPE TOWN – WESTERN CAPE

URGENT REHOMING❗❗

Meet Rusty and Worsie. Male (9) and female (7), neutered and spayed, vaccinations up to date. Their owner sadly passed away, and the caregiver is relocating as the house has been sold. This inseparable duo urgently need a new home together by the end of the month. They are both friendly and affectionate, comfortable with cats and child-friendly. Rusty is active and very alert, Worsie loves to hang around the kitchen looking for food scraps.

If you have a family for them, please contact Paulette on 083 641 3535 and please share this post #plumpets #urgentrehoming #helpus
β€” in Cape Town, Western Cape.

LUCKY LUCY FOUNDATION, WESTERN CAPE

Meet Precious ❀

Precious is five years old and was surrendered with no name by people feeding him for 4 years and claimed he was not their dog.

Our clinic orderly named him Precious because he is. He was initially very scared and has really come out of his shell now and ready for his forever home.

For more information or to adopt Precious please email: adoption@luckylucy.org.
β€” in Cape Town, Western Cape.

WELLINGTON SPCA, WESTERN CAPE

Please note that the NSPCA has not yet informed us that ADOPTIONS ARE PERMITTED IN TERMS OF LOCKDOWN LEVEL 2 and our office is still closed to the public. You can email us at elizabeth@wellingtonspca.co.za to arrange a by appointment only visit following strict COVID-19 health and safety protocols.

We are still managing on limited staff and therefore will be strictly adhering to the appointment times and no person who just arrives at the kennels will be allowed in. I once again would like to thank each and everyone of you who has donated/contributed to us during this very difficult time, each and every one is much appreciated.

SWELLENDAM SPCA, WESTERN CAPE

LITTLE DEFY IS SUCH A GEM ❀❀❀❀❀
WHO WILL GIVE HER THE HOME SHE SO DESERVES?

DEFY
Female
D.O.B. September 2019

We are delighted to be able to finally introduce you to little DEFY. DEFY is a VERY special girl who was confiscated as a small puppy on a cruelty case last November, terribly malnourished and kept chained to a washing machine, hence her quirky name 😒 Her owners claimed her after confiscation which meant we were unable to put her up for adoption until the case was finalised. We are happy to report that the outcome of the case was favourable and DEFY now has a second chance to find a loving, caring future.

Imagine how terrifying it must have been for a small puppy to clang her way in and out of the washing machine to eliminate or try to eat what little scraps were on offer. She absolutely knew no kindness whatsoever before she came to us and it took some time for her to understand that a human hand does not have to mean pain. The slight malformation on her right front leg is all that remains from the early malnutrition she endured, but the scars of the mental abuse she suffered run deeper.
DEFY has still not been able to overcome her fears and she runs to her safe spot whenever things become too much for her. Certain sounds trigger this behaviour such as the squeaking of the run gate, the turning on of the hose – routines that sadly we can’t get away from in kennels and it breaks our hearts to see this when all we want for her is to be a happy pup. All staff and volunteers adore her and she is slowly learning how to play with dog toys.
This means that her adoptive home will need to be equally special, with one on one attention, patience, dedication and above all knowledge to allow her to become the carefree, happy pup she should be. The usual queries of whether she is good with other dogs or cats cannot apply in her case, she is not ready for that. She was not properly socialised before she came to us and socialisation at kennels was difficult because she does not understand normal dog language cues due to her upbringing. That doesn’t mean she is unadoptable at all, but we will have to find the RIGHT home for her.

If you think you can offer DEFY the type of home we are looking for and that she needs in order to thrive, please get in touch with us on 028 514 2083. She deserves to be healed and loved for the rest of her life.

β€” in Cape Town, Western Cape.

WESTERN CAPE
HAWK – Koinonia /
Call 0606563879

Alina Baraz is looking for her forever home +- 5-6 months old….came in with Parvo with her 4 other siblings. Last vacc due end off this week. Small short hair breed, and a little on the shy side.
β€” in Cape Town, Western Cape.

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WESTERN CAPE / GARDEN ROUTE SPCA / GEORGE BRANCH /044 878 1990

This sweetheart looks like a beagle x daxie
She is very lively and affectionate. Also found as a stray and sadly never claimed.
Please share if you cannot adopt !

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Animal Welfare Worcester, Western Cape

This little girl is looking for her forever home. She is very scared at first but once she gets to know and trust you she has a lot of love to give. For more inquiries call the office on 023 3471049 β€” in Cape Town, Western Cape.

Plettenberg Bay Animal Welfare, Western Cape

Meet Walter ❀ 

Walter is a small and short legged boy. He is very friendly and looking for a forever gome! PAWS 083 287 9917 β€” in Cape Town, Western Cape.

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LUCKY LUCY FOUNDATION, WESTERN CAPE

Nash has been homed but Tigers Eye is still looking for his forever home! πŸ’” Please help find this “golden oldie” a forever home too! πŸ™

In 2017 Nash (now adopted) and Tigers Eye, found themselves homeless after their people could not keep them anymore.

Tigers Eye is a medium sized Daxie cross female about 9-10 years old.

Please help us to find Tigers Eye a perfect forever family too that will put the smile back on his pretty face. ❀

For more information or to adopt Tigers Eye please email: adoption@luckylucy.org.

β€” in Cape Town, Western Cape.

OUDTSHOORN DOGS IN NEED, WESTERN CAPE

So what if we have short legs but LARGE attitudes .. our mommy is a Daxie cross and all small breeds are packaged with attitude and fun πŸ₯°πŸ₯°πŸ₯°

Please come visit .. we are ready to go to our forever homes by the weekend.

Oh our Kennel mommy is adamant about the following ..

A 12 to 17 year commitment .. we need human company at home while still puppies – sorry housekeeper or elderly parent who can’t play with us or rush us to Vet won’t work, but puppy creche would; also no pitbulls; no unsterilised siblings; no kiddies younger than six (we have heard some horror stories 😭) … ag we know Kennel mommy sounds difficult but she’s got our backs and that’s real cool. ‘Cause she cares. ‘Cause she did not rescue us just to “find a home”. It’s all about the RIGHT home πŸ™πŸ€ΈπŸ™πŸ€Έ

Please Whatsapp only for information @ ODIN at Tantivvey in Blanco, George 0720841374

β€” in Cape Town, Western Cape.

Garden Route Spca Mosselbaai
044 878 1990

Pippa has a story to tell.

11 years ago, when she was just a pup, her owner adopted her from us. Sadly, Pippa’s owner recently passed away and she was surrendered back to us.

This aged and matured lady would love to give you the best of the rest of her life.
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She’s a Daxie x Jack Russell and still has so much love and time to give her new human.

If you can give Pippa a home. please come and pay her a visit at our kennels in Bill Jeffrey Avenue. She would love to meet you!
β€” in Cape Town, Western Cape.

Animal Anti-Cruelty League – Bellville, Western Cape

Sheba is a slightly larger girl than a normal daxie, but with her short legs she is way below knee height. Sheba is good with cats and other dogs.

For more info or to adopt Sheba please contact Helen or Jolanda from our Adoptions Team:
email: adoptb@aacl-ct.co.za
phone: 021 951 3010

Their hours are as follows:
Weekdays: 08h00 – 15h30
Saturdays: 08h00 – 12h00
Sundays: 09h00 – 11h00
Public holidays: 09h00 – 10h00

THE ANIMAL ARMY, WESTERN CAPE

Tabakkie is about 3 or 4 years old. He lives in Tafelsig and is a much loved companion but his owners produce food for the people in the community and the department of health has apparently told them in order to meet hygiene standards and sustain their livelihood, he needs to be removed from the premises. Is there anyone who can take him in? Please email animalarmyteam@gmail.com

UP FOR ADOPTION / SWELLENDAM SPCA (Western Cape)
IRRESISTIBLE SHORTY BOY SO MUCH DESERVES A SECOND CHANCE πŸ˜„πŸ˜„
SHORTY
Male
Jack Russell X
D.O.B. 04/08/2016
SHORTY has been surrendered because he was no longer wanted. He is a friendly little chap😬 He is incredibly cute and loves a good cuddle. Who will give little SHORTY the forever home he so much deserves?
If you are interested in adopting please contact the Swellendam SPCA on 028 514 2083 or come and meet SHORTY at the clinic.
The adoption fee of R 550 (each) includes sterilization, 1st vaccination, de-worming, microchip and a friend for life.
Please note: Our SPCA does adopt outside of our area, but prospective adoptive families need to be able & willing to travel to the kennels in person to meet and collect the dog.
Home check needs to be approved by a local SPCA.