Rockin’ The Ruff Golf and Social Event Aug 9th in Las Vegas

29 Jun

We’re very excited to be a benefiting rescue for the Rockin’ The Ruff golf and social event. To buy tickets for the golf or the social event click this link.



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Adoption Event

3 Aug


Tomorrow is adoption day!







Doxie Play Day

17 May


Who doesn’t love a play day? Our rescue is holding a play day Saturday May 25th from 9-11am.

This play day is a members play day and it’s a great opportunity for your dachshund to see other friends and brush up on socialization skills.

You can become a member of our club by clicking this link. Membership is $25 a year and offers may perks for our members.

We look forward to seeing you there.



Las Vegas Hot Diggity Dog Radio Show

19 Nov

We are pleased to announce our new radio show all about dogs!

Join your hosts Sam of Vegas Rock Dog™ and Stacey the fundraising director of the Las Vegas Hot Diggity Dachshund Rescue.

You can listen anytime and anywhere through this link. LAS VEGAS HOT DIGGITY DOG RADIO SHOW 

Our show is LIVE every Saturday at 10am in Las Vegas.

We talk about everything related to dogs and other furry friends. We have interesting guests on our show and we chat about health, wellness, exercise, the pet industry, what’s in the news, rescues, pet events, fashion, and more.

All of our shows are archived so don’t worry if you miss one.

We look forward to you becoming a listener.

Commercial Sponsorship


Includes 30 second commercial during our show

Link on our site

Social media links

You can provide us with your own commercial or send us a script and we’ll record it for you at no additional cost. Simply email to start your sponsorship.

Operation Santa Paws 2012

19 Nov
Every Christmas season the Las Vegas Hot-Diggity Dachshund Club & Rescue hosts Operation Santa Paws, a city-wide pet supply drive for shelter animals in Las Vegas. This year Santa Paws will run up until December 15th.
Here’s how you can participate.Business Owners
You can host a donation box that we provide for you. Your customers can drop off pet supplies and it will also drive new customers to you who need to find a drop off location.
Email Kathy >>> sponsors@lvhddcr.comVolunteers
You can volunteer for the many needs that we have during the drive. Sign up with this link:

Pet Lovers
We have a list of types of donations that we’re seeking and here’s a link to that list: >>>

Please tell all of your friends and please share this page or our Facebook event page with your friends. Facebook Invite

We will be adding to our location list as more businesses come on board.

Drop Off Locations:
We have drop off boxes at these locations from Nov. 10th – Dec 15th

All the donations collected will be given to the following Rescue/Shelter Organizations:
Las Vegas Valley Humane Society
Adopt a Rescue Pet
Noah’s Animal House
Nevada SPCA
and more coming soon…

Drop Off Locations
We will have drop off boxes at these locations
from Nov. 10th – Dec. 15th:

Aloha Animal Hospital
7341 S. Torrey Pines, Las Vegas, NV 89139

At Your Service Pet Supplies
55 S. Valley Verde Drive, Suite 300, Henderson, NV 89012

Law Office of Donna Stidham, LLC
5215 S. Durango Drive, Suite 2, Las Vegas, NV 89113

Town Center Animal Hospital
3565 S. Town Center Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89135

Las Vegas Veterinary Specialty Center
Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care
8650 W. Tropicana Avenue, Suite B-107, Las Vegas, NV 89147

Lulu’s Doggy Salon & Spaw
1000 N Green Valley Pkwy, Suite 220, Henderson, NV 89074

K-9 Barracks & Bath
2225 N Nellis, Suite C, Las Vegas, NV 89115

The Soggy Dog
1450 W Horizon Ridge Pkwy, C-202, Henderson, NV 89012

Doggie District
3223 N Rainbow, Las Vegas, NV 89108
Doggie District
4250 S Rainbow, Suite 1008, Las Vegas, NV 89103

Doggie District
6400 Sky Pointe Drive, #150, Las Vegas, NV 89131

Doggie District
407 E Silverado Ranch Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89183

Liberty High School’s Paws for Change
3700 Liberty Heights Ave, Henderson, NV 89052

Can You Open Your Home and Heart to a Dachshund?

16 Jul


For the remainder of Summer we’re focusing on building our foster parent group. Our success is based on that special person who can open their heart and home to foster a dachshund. If you haven’t fostered a dog you will certainly have many questions.

Fostering is not scary nor hard. Pet owners who foster our rescue dachshunds provide love, training, socialization and food. Fostering a dog may seem like a formidable task, but it is a very tangible way to make a difference. Everyone benefits: The foster volunteer gets to spend time with a special dog and the foster dog gets a second chance at becoming a cherished pet. The new owners get a dog that is better adapted to home life, and therefore has a better chance of remaining in the new home permanently.

Perhaps you are only are in a situation where you can not have a permanent commitment for many years, are elderly and are concerned what may happen to a dog if you need to move to a different living situation and can’t have a dog of your own or you may want to help unwanted dogs to save them from being euthanized or re-sold for back yard breeding. Fostering may provide the answer.

Many dogs end up in pounds through no fault of their own. Their owner may not be able to keep them any longer due to changed circumstances, they may have been lost and not located, or they may have simply been not wanted. Many dogs have had previous owners who did not take the time to properly train their dog and now have issues with the dog that they do not know how to correct or have time to.

Some of these dogs are happy and friendly and untouched by their experiences. Some become timid and insecure. Some are toilet trained, some are not. When you foster for us, we supply 24-hour support and if for any reason there is a problem with that dog not fitting in your household, we will give you complete backup. All vet bills and extra expenses are paid by us. It is up to you whether or not you want to cover the food costs. If not, we will provide the food for you.

After caring for the dog for a few days, fosterers will then advise us on the personality of the dog, the good points and any negative ones; and we can then advertise the dog on our website, on Petfinder, through our newsletters, in local newspapers, etc., and match the dog to the right adopter. We ask that our foster parents bring the dog to our events to give the dog exposure and to provide socialization opportunities. If you can not bring the dog, please contact an organizer to make arrangements to have the dog at our adoption events.

We do not have shelter capabilities, therefore we are limited to our rescue abilities to the amount of foster homes we have. The more available foster homes we have the more dachshunds we can save. We are constantly turning dogs away from rescue because we don’t have the availability to bring them in. We are all volunteers and have our own family, work and personal lives. We commit ourselves to this cause to help these unwanted dogs. We can not do it alone and require more foster homes and volunteers. We understand that there are more dogs out there that need help then we have room or time for, which is why we work on “Saving the world one wiener at a time.”

Fostering can be an incredibly rewarding experience – to see the look of trust and growing confidence in a dog that has been rescued from an unfortunate situation, and to watch it go to a person who will love and care for it. It is amazing to see the transformation a little love, patience and training can do. Fostering also allows you to have many loved dachshunds during your life time by providing them a temporary home to live in until they find their for ever home.

Foster homes must be able to provide a loving home, secure fencing, daily walks and some time each day spent interacting with your foster dachshund. If you do decide you would like to try fostering then a rescue representative will need to do a home check and you will need to complete an application. >>

We place a very high value on our foster parents, they make the wiener world a much better place.

Fosters Make The Doxie World Go Around

27 May

Foster parents are the ones who make the doxie world go around. Without caring and passionate foster parents how on earth would these cute and in need dogs ever get the homes that they so well deserve?  It takes a special person to open their home, arms, and heart to care for a dog in need. It’s these foster parents who care for the ill and injured dogs, give them love so that they can trust again, exercise, rehab, socialize, train, and pamper them all in preparation for their next chapter in life.  We have awesome foster parents at our rescue and wish to add to that group of special people. If you’re interested in changing the life of a doxie we would love to hear from you.  The start the application process visit this link to read about it  adoption application form

Currently we have an immediate need for a foster parent for Red. He’s a handsome boy.

Photography by Pet’ographique 

In closing take a look at the cutie pie doxies who are currently in rescue.

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