Low Rider Services are many . . .

Low Rider Services

Rescue

Low Rider Dachshund Rescue of Florida is licensed to remove dogs from kill shelters and others. Additionally, we take in dogs from individuals who can no longer care for them. This is what it’s all about!

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Medical Care

Many of the dogs who find themselves in need of rescue are also in need of emergency and regular medical care. Each of our dogs are carefully vetted to be sure they receive the help they need. Your donation paves the way!

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Furever Home

With the help of our friends and wonderful volunteers, Low Rider provides loving homes, both foster and furever homes to the dogs who find themselves in our care. The goal is always adoption!

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From processing the forms, to pick up and transport of a dog to a foster home, daily care, vetting and medical treatments, and so much more . . . it’s people just like YOU who make a difference and allow us to continue helping more dachshunds. Of course, it takes money, but it also takes boots on the ground. Everyone we’ve worked with and continue to work with is driven by a love for animals, and especially an admiration for the incredible dachshund!

As of January 2020, Low Rider Dachshund Rescue of Florida has been able to rescue and place well over 300 dachshunds in loving homes!

foster - adopt - Nicholas

Foster – Adopt

Nicholas is one of our recent rescues who was adopted by his loving foster mom. We call that an “adoption fail” as the foster family loved him so much, they decided to keep him. Fostering can be a great way to get started with Low Rider, and it provides these incredible animals with the care they need before finding the perfect forever home.

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Medical Care

Scooby was in dire need of heart surgery. Now, he’s living the good life with his loving adopted family. His mom says, “He’s such a joy, we fell in love and adopted him.” Like Scooby, many of the animals taken in by Low Rider require medical treatment. Some only need minor vetting, while others require major surgery to save their life, or restore quality of life. Again, it’s caring people giving to the organization who make this possible.

And So Much More . . .

Next Steps…

We need your help! Learn more about volunteering HERE. Please consider making a one-time or monthly donation to help cover expenses associated with rescuing these wonderful dogs!