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Southern California Dachshund Rescue

Besides my fanatical interest in collecting SAE components, my most rewarding joy in life is fostering homeless dachshunds as a member of Southern California Dachshund Relief, Inc. (www.scdr.org) until they get their own "forever" home. Besides my spoiled rotten crew of six dachshunds, I usually foster five to ten more dogs in various stages of rehabilitation. From recuperating from injuries or illness, learning new social skills or finally getting to see that not all people are bad, they stay at our house until they are healthy physically or mentally and ready for adoption. Most of the time the dachshunds I foster are really good dogs caught in the wrong place at the wrong time. Every once in a while, we get one who is ready to test your patience but my wife and I are always ready for the challenge. When you get a phone call from someone who adopted one of your foster dogs and they tell you how much they love their new addition to the family, it makes it all worthwhile.

If you plan to add a dog to your family, no matter what breed is your favorite, please contact your local rescue group and adopt a rescue dog.

If you got an owners or service manual from me and would like to make a $10.00 donation per manual to Southern California Dachshund Relief, Inc., it is greatly appreciated. Our vet bill alone was over $50,000.00 last year. We are now a 501(c)3 corporation and all donations are tax deductible if you are from the USA.  Please PayPal your donation to www.scdr.org and select the "Donate" button. Again, many thanks.
 

As you can see, I need a periscope to watch TV.