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Husker's Hope Dachshund Rescue Services

In addition to serving as a rescue organization for displaced dachshunds, HHDR specializes in helping families, and other rescues, work with their IVDD Dogs, injury rehabilitation, and other guidance.

There is always HOPE when there is HELP to guide you!

If you are willing to work with your dachshund, we will work with you, to help you keep your beloved dachshund at home, where they belong.

Contact Us for more information.

Other services offered:

  • Assistance with placement or adoption of family owned dachshunds, displaced by economy, finances or other hardships, non-dachshund breeds and other animals in distress or looking for a new home.
  • Babysitting - some sitters are breed specific and subject to availability. We're also looking for more folks that are willing to pitch in during vacations and holidays. Contact Us for more information!
  • Weekly therapy training or in-home therapy for IVDD downed dacshhunds. This is subject to location and availability of therapist.
  • Designing and engineering of temporary training or walking carts for those that need a rehab cart or cannot afford the permanent cart costs for their dogs.
  • Consultations and referals to licensed trainers for basic training and/or behavioral/obedience issues with dachshunds.
  • On-call support for those that need tips and suggestions to keep their dachshund at home, instead of surrendering them for issues that can be resolved with a little time, support and patience. Consistency is key, so be prepared to make a commitment to your dachshund before you call.