Our dedicated friends in rescue are in the news today, spreading the good word about the hard work they do, all for the love of dachshunds. MWDR took in 185 dogs in 2008, compared to 95 in 2007, with the economy mostly to blame for the marked increase. "That is a huge increase for a small group like ours - fully self-supporting through adoption fees and donations and operating with about 20 foster homes," representative Dawn Janz said.
Read all about the organization, including some of their tougher cases in a nice article at the Daily Herald.
Related: MidWest Dachshund Rescue