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DottieDachshunds lost a really good friend in February 2018 when Dottie Franklin passed away. It’s appropriate that her set of more than 100 dachshund collectables have been donated to benefit All Texas Dachshund Rescue. She’s proud, we know. Dottie lived in Ingram, near Kerrville, where she was actively involved with dachshunds through Diamond Dachshund Rescue. Over the years, she had three rescue dachshunds, Oscar, Babs, and Peaches. Peaches survived  her and is at home in Houston with her daughter Ashley and her husband. Dottie participated in the Humane Society Pet Therapy program, taking her much loved dachshunds to area nursing homes, hospitals, and veterans centers. The dogs also joined her at elementary schools to support the K9 Literacy Program. She was an active member of the Christian Women’s Club for 14 years and was instrumental in creating the club’s popular “Doggie Fashion Show.’’ Dachshunds did well with Dottie around.

Pictured are Dottie Franklin and Peaches


As of October 1, 2021  animal adoption fees are ONCE AGAIN SALES TAX FREE!!!!

It has taken almost 2 full years, but a bill was finally written, passed and signed by our Govonor to correct the loophole treating adoption fees as a sale that required Sales Tax!!!  We are SO grateful for the hard work of so many people and State Lawmakers that made this possible and to our Govonor for signing it!!!

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Did you know ATDR was originally formed to help disabled Dachshunds who were suffering from IVDD.  
We have a network of wonderful partner vets and surgeons helping us care for our fosters, and now one of these vets in Houston is working in the new field of Stem Cells to help paralyzed Doxies and he invited us, early on, to participate!!  
To learn more about IVDD in Dachshunds visit our IVDD Resources page !

special needs

ATDR does everything in its power to help our rescued doxies regardless of their medical needs.  The Dachshunds below require extensive medical attention.  We rely on donations to help cover these medical costs and the
Joan of Ark Memorial Fund has been established to this end.  Please help these special Doxies with a donation and read about Joanie in the link.
On average our yearly vet expenses can run well over $150,000.  Please consider a donation to help us help these little guys!

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emergency emergency emergency
Luther SN 2022 Luther Name Rescued from shelter with IVDD, seizures and other health problems. Rushed to Safari. MRI on head, neck and spine. Donations would be greatly appreciated for extensive veterinary care. If you can, please help ATDR help Luther. No amount could be too small.
Peggy SN 2022 Peggy Name Found as stray with fractured femur and pelvis. Walks with stiff leg from previous injury. Heart worm positive. Please help ATDR help this precious girl who appears to have had no care at all in her two-year-old life and has a long road of veterinary care and hopeful recovery to face. No donation could be too small and anything would be greatly appreciated.
Buster SN 2022 A Buster SN 2022

This sweet doxie beagle mix made his way from the small valley town of San Benito where he was surrendered for euthanasia with ivdd.  A wonderful volunteer stepped up and began the search for a rescue to help. Buster is a year old and travelled six hours to Houston on Sunday.  Monday morning he received stem cells at Safari in League City. Time will tell but he has two significant areas of injury to the spinal cord and prayers are needed for a successful recovery. This guy is the sweetest guy ever.
(20lb standard)
Buster SN 2022 B
Scooby SN 2021
Scooby name
This sweet boy from out of state was surrendered when his IVDD needs became more than his single mom could handle. He is enjoying his time at Safari but it is looking like he may remain a cart dog!  He runs like the wind and is looking for a home where he can live out the rest of his days!  
Scooby 2 SN 2021
Punkin Ernie SN Punkin Ernie SN 2021 This downed boy named Punkin Ernie was found as a stray in Wichita Falls. He’s about 2 yrs old and unable to walk from ivdd. A Giant transport took place on Sunday where he was moved to Safari for evaluation!  Stay tuned for more after bloodwork and a ct scan.  Ernie is in a great foster home where he is using his cart and has wormed his way into his foster family's heart!  
Kiely SN 2020
Kieley UP 2 SN 2020
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Kiely UP SN 2020
Kiely came to ATDR from an irresponsible breeder who left her in a crate with a larger male dog for several days in an effort to breed resulting in serious spinal injuries.   She’s now at Safari receiving costly stem cells, surgical decompression and other treatments, including rehab and physical therapy. Please help ATDR help Kiely by making a donation toward her care. No amount could be too big or too small and anything would be appreciated.

Joan Of Ark Memorial Fund
November 1, 2009
 Read Joanie's story
In April 2009, a sweet, feisty little soul came drifting into the lives and hearts of the ATDR volunteers. Sadly in early November, after 7 months of ups and downs, and despite all the efforts of her foster family and the many vets from Houston and Texas A&M who generously provided for her care, little Joanie slipped quietly away, wrapped in the arms of her foster mom, to drift back out of our lives, peacefully over the rainbow.  In honor of Joanie, her spirit that touched so many hearts, and her sheer will to survive, we have created the Joan of Ark Memorial Fund , to be used to help other Dachshunds who have been victims of extreme injuries or disease. It is our hope that Joanie’s legacy will live on, inspiring future donations in her memory to provide a chance at life for other special needs cases who’s outcomes, with Joanie watching over them, will leave them here with us….healed…..and with new, better futures in loving homes. And for those who must move on as Joanie did, we know she will be waiting to welcome them into the soft green grass and the cool peppermint breeze, somewhere, over the rainbow.

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2006 - 133 adopted!
2007 - 171 adopted!
2008 - 232 adopted!
2009 - 234 adopted!
2010 - 274 adopted!
2011 - 304 adopted!
2012 - 231 adopted!
2013 - 207 adopted!
2014 - 168 adopted!
2015 - 216 adopted!
2016 - 240 adopted!
2017 - 259 adopted!
2018 - 245 adopted!
2019 - 215 adopted!

2020 - 149 adopted!
2021 - 99 adopted!  
TOTAL - 3,396


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