In March of 2017 Oregon Dachshund Rescue, Inc. received a surrender request for a sweet five year old dachshund named Mocha. The owner had recently had a child and was unable to care for Mocha. You see, Mocha had recently hurt her back and was having difficulty walking and occasional “accidents” in the house. ODR, Inc. started a courtesy listing and networked Mocha right away. And within a week she was adopted. Unfortunately, the new adoptive family found she was more than
IVDD is NOT a Death Sentence (Part 1 in a series) by Joanna Part I: The story of Charlie K Chapter 1; Anticipation We have fostered before, but never a dog with IVDD. The perspective was plain scary; the responsibility of caring for a paralyzed dog seemed overwhelming. We had agreed to take him out of desperation; the rescue was full, the owner had set a deadline and Jenell was concerned the dog would get euthanized. We took a crash course in IVDD; we read, we watched the vid
We are looking for volunteers to work at our new Bowser Boutique. The location of the store is currently unknown. We are still searching for the optimal location for new Bowser Boutique. If you know of an attractive but affordable commercial space, please let us know. Once we find it, we will need to get it running as soon as possible. We have lost one of the most important sources of income for ODR Inc. when the Bowser Boutique was forced to close.
We need your expertise a