9 weeks old
Mixed tan
Living with Children:
A home with children will be considered
Living with Dogs/Cats:
A home with other animals will be considered
Ideal Home Situation:
A home with someone around to give me all the puppy training I need

Our centre is over run with cuteness due to the arrival on 6 excitable puppies.

Meet Korma, Bhaji, Balti, Tikka, Poppadom and Samosa:

Although we can’t be sure of the exact breed, they are all very dinky in size and are predicted to be a cross between a Dachshund and a Chihuahua. The pups are now estimated to be around 12 weeks of age, so are all eager to find their new forever homes.

They have adored the company of staff since arriving in our care, with each of their own characters starting to develop, but they have had very limited experiences of life so far, so it’s super important for their adopters to start carrying out the all important early puppy socialisation stages after settling them in. Initially they will need someone to be around for a lot of the time in order to continue their toilet training in the home, giving them lots of frequent opportunities to go outside, however, as part of their learning, they will benefit from being built up to being left for short periods of time to avoid separation anxiety in future.

The minimum donation for puppies is £600, which includes all their initial care, flea, worming and vet checks. The fee also includes a registered microchip,  first and second vaccinations as well as neutering when they reach the appropriate age (if carried out by our own vet). Adopters will receive 4 weeks worth of Pet plan insurance to cover any initial accident or illness, a voucher to spend on essential items within our on-site shop, a weeks worth of food to take home, as well as on-going post adoption support from the CDCH team.

All the puppies have been checked by a vet and had both initial vaccinations, however, they will need to return to the centre at around a year of age to be neutered (we only advise returning for this if you live within a maximum 1.5 hours from the centre – any further than this, we would recommend using a alternative vets more locally, to which a neuter voucher can be provided towards the cost). If successful following a viewing at the centre, we would look to arrange an adoption within the week, so do ensure you are able to proceed before registering your interest. Please be aware that due to them being young puppies, we will ask for proof of vaccinations for any existing dogs in the home.

If you are ready for a new addition to your family, and are willing to give it all the puppy training and socialisation needed, let us know by filling in an application below:

(We are currently experiencing a high volume of applications, and due to limited staff and resources, may take longer to process those we receive, so please allow more time than usual).

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