Cynder – Terrier/Dachshund Cross – ADOPTED

We are really guessing on what Cynder’s mix is, but does it really matter?  She is awfully cute! She is quite small and is about the size of a small dachshund.  Cynder is a few years old and came to us from the same area as Peanut and Sidney.

Cynder is a snuggler.  She loves to be with you on the couch and will burrow into you, the blankets and the pillows until she has found the “perfect spot”.

She likes to play with little dogs and cats (we haven’t exposed her to big dogs or kids yet) and she loves to fetch.

She can be a little shy when you first meet her, but she is a very happy and sweet girl once she gets to know you.

She is crate trained and house trained and is a clever little girl who is very fast at learning new words and new routines.

PS – Her head is not as big as these photos seem to show!  LOL  She is actually quite well proportioned.

For more information on Cynder, please contact the Windy City Canine Rescue at info@windycityrescue.com or by calling 403-359-3139.

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6 thoughts on “Cynder – Terrier/Dachshund Cross – ADOPTED

  1. Thank you so much for bringing Cynder into my life. She is such a great little girl. Her housebreaking training seems to be kicking back in and she is a total cuddle bunny. Such a joy!!

  2. People keep asking me how Cynder got from the shelter in L.A. to Windy City and I don’t know what to tell them. How do you find dogs in CA and bring them to Canada?

  3. Another local rescue works with a shelter in Calfornia and they send the dogs to us on transports. These transports are funded by various animal welfare groups and private individuals.

  4. Just got Cynder’s results back from DNA My Dog. Surprised to find out she is Boston Terrier, Basset Hound, Beagle, Labrador and Golden Retriever. No dachshund to speak of. Just call her Super Mutt!

    • my girlfriend and i were looking around the net to find out what our dog was and ran into this website. your pictures of cynder look exactly like our dog artoo! the shelter told us she was chihuahua/dachshund but we always thought she looked more like a terrier. now we’re convinced! thanks!

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