(bonded with Chelsea)


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Name Kaiser
Primary Breed Dachshund
Availability Ready to Adopt
Age 13
Coat & Colour Smooth Red
Size 13 lbs.
Secondary Breed N/A
Temperament Sweet, loving, quirky. He loves to be with you on the couch, but he has a lot of energy for his age.
Good with Dogs He just adores the resident Dachshund (and his lady Chelsea); they cuddle up all the time.
Good with Cats Unknown
Good with Kids Unknown
Needs another Dog Bonded with Chelsea
Needs to be an Only Dog No
Housetraining In progress.  So far, good on schedule.
Crate Trained No, xpen trained only.
Suitable for Apartment

No; too vocal.


Owner surrender

Adoption Fee $500 for this bonded pair

And now a few words from me:

Hi! My name is Kaiser. My foster dad says I’m “stoic” because I had three of my teeth removed and I was neutered on the same day! But I was a brave boy. I’m the first to jump to the door for “walkies” although I’m not a big fan of the cold or rain. Walking in the sunshine is wonderful! Foster mom says I’m
a sweet boy. I really just want to be with my humans and my lady Chelsea. Oh, and I really like this Oscar fellow who lives here too. Did I mention that I also love to play with a ball? I’ll play all night long if you’ll let me. I’m very nimble and love to jump and chase it. I’m told that I’m well behaved and have good leash manners. I’m still learning not to jump on the furniture though! I just can’t help myself. Want to meet?

And now a few words from my foster family:

Kaiser is a sweet boy who will shadow his caretakers. He gets along nicely with our Oscar but loves his lady friend Chelsea. He often checks in with her. They are a loving pair although sometimes they both growl a little bit to set boundaries or about food. Kaiser sleeps in his xpen with Chelsea. He settles down very quickly and goes to sleep for the night. We don’t know much about Kaiser’s past, but we can tell you about his “now”. He will bond quickly with anyone who shows him love and a safe space. His only failing is that he doesn’t greet strangers well (he barks), but we are working on that. That being said, whoever adopts Kaiser will hit the jackpot!

Medical Note: Kaiser has vasculitis at the tips of ears which can cause bleeding. He has just started to receive medication that we hope will result in improvement.