We rescued a little mini dachshund near death a few weeks ago. We paid the lady 75.00 to get him out of the situation he was in, he was near death when we got him and had a few issues he needed to work through. He's gained weight and we want to see him go to a great home now. He was food aggressive with other dogs. He didn't show any aggression with us from the time we rescued him till now. We've been working through his food aggression and he seems to be getting better with that, although feeding him separately would probably still be best. He tolerates my one year old well, but she does make him nervous so I'd prefer he go to a home without children. He's never tried to bite any of us, and never even shown any signs he would. My one year old has even carried him around and he was fine with it, but as I said, she makes him nervous. He is a beautiful little dapple doxie. He has an amazing personality, is very loving, and such a little lap baby! He still has some weight to put back on, but he's out of the woods now at least. I normally would give him more time here, but the little fellow is miserable with all the noise and crazyness that goes on in my household, and for some reason my standard poodle cannot stand him. We took him to our vet the same day we got him, and he sent him home with a clean bill of health and the recommendation we FEED THAT BOY. I've given him a shot from the feed store, but we've been waiting for the shot clinic to come around to get him all his shots. He needs to be fixed as well, and I'm trying to get him an appointment with the humane society to get that done. It sounds horrible, but I'm really just trying to save as much money as I can or I'd just take him back to our vet. (our vet thought he was in too bad of shape to give him his shots when he saw him) I'm posting some pics I took the first week we got him, I'll take some updated pictures when I can find my camera. We're not asking anything for him other than that you give him a great home and make sure to get him fully vetted. Also want him to come back to us should you ever need to find him a home for some reason.