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Meet Our Doxie of the Week





Hi! My name is Koffee probably 'cause my coat is so dark. Anyway I am here today lookin' for a new home, preferably in time for the holidays, 'cause I hear it is a great time for family, friends and fun! I love people! I had a tough start in life, but now that I have come to DRBC, life is just a big party. I have learned about walks on a leash, playing ball, watching something called football and getting lots of love and kisses - and let me tell you, I give as good as I get! Want to come and meet me? I sure hope so! They tell me that it all begins with an application, so please don't delay! Hope to meet you real soon!

Ready to start that process or see some of
Koffee's friends?  Click the picture above to start!

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DRBC News

Boscov's Friends Helping Friends Day
30 Sept 17
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Boscov’s Friends Helping Friends event is a special day filled with fun and fundraising to benefit area non-profit organizations. Tickets to Friends Helping Friends are available from participating 501c3 non-profit organizations including Dachshund Rescue!

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T
he Calendar Contest Is OPEN!

27 Aug 2017 10:10A

It is that time of year! The Calendar Contest will has begun so get that favorite picture entered.  This contest is open to anyone. Your photo entry does not have to be of a DRBC rescue doxie or even a dachshund. We love all dachshunds, dachshund mixes & dachshund wanna be's and welcome entries from all owners. Remember, all proceeds go to help doxies in need.

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Weenie Roast Approaches
27 August 2017 9:25A

The big day is coming! Fun for the whole family including your doxies.  Come on our and have a blast with us.  Just click the icon to learn more.  Vendors, games and much more await you!



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