The Promised Land Dachshund Sanctuary

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I’m a new blogger. I hope to use this blog to inform dog lovers of our mission here at The Promised Land Dachshund Sanctuary. This picture is Christy Vaughn Eicher V. She is the reason we rescue Dachshunds.

You can donate to the sanctuary or purchase our book, “The Promised Land Dachshund Sanctuary” by mail or money order to The Promised Land Dachshund Sanctuary, PO Box 826, Gardendale, TX 79758. Or you can use your credit or debit card with the link on this page. The E-book is also available now and you can purchase it through Amazon with the link on this page.

If you prefer you can donate directly to our  vet account at: A-Z Vet Clinic, 8535 W. Hwy 158, Midland, TX 79707, 432-520-8387

The book is $14.95 + $5.00 shipping and packaging. E-Book is $9.95.

Author: thepromisedlanddachshundsanctuary

I rescue senior and special needs Dachshunds

9 thoughts on “The Promised Land Dachshund Sanctuary”

  1. Don’t know how long this had been since the attack on Ginger and her grown pup…
    Have you extended the height on the fence? Was thinking putting wrought iron with the pointy ends… not only esthetically pleasing… but nothing jumps over it either.
    I hope the rogues were caught and dealt with. IN 1997-98 we had to deal with a rogue mountain lion that was killing the pets in my cul-du-sac and we were 1 mile from city limit. Was told Mountain lions did not exist in Alabama … well guess what, I was 15 ft from one stalking my cat on top of my car in my front yard….and I know animals.
    Hunters got wind of it… and it was dealt with… but, we lost alot of fur babies before the help came.

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    1. Theresa it has been just over a week since this happened and needless to say Rick and I were horrified. Rick actually caught the dogs the next day, trapped them in his shop and we turned them over to animal control. I like the idea of the wrought iron and that might actually be cheaper than building the brick wall taller. We’ll look into that. We’ve been in this home for 32 years and we have never had a predator get into our yard. I hope and pray it never happens again. Oh my, a mountain lion!! That must have been terrifying!

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      1. we’ve found that the best and least obtrusive deterrent to to predators is a 4 or 5 strand electrified fence system – even keeps the bears at bay

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  2. I stumbled across your information by accident and am so glad I did. I had a female black and tan that was simply the love of my life. The years I spent with her were the happiest I’ve had and she taught mother the extraordinary love and value of our little 4-legged fur babies. I hope to be able to send donations from time to time.

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  3. Found your website through FB…Thank you from the bottom of my doxie loving heart for the work you do. I wish there was more I could do besides moral support but live on fixed income and take care of 5 ‘orphans’ myself. Thank you!

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