Sammie is the one who is deaf and blind while all others are hearing and sighted.
Sammie- he's a 4 year old white and black dachshund with SPECIAL NEEDS. He's a puppy mill rescue that is both deaf and blind. It may take a while for him to learn to trust you and actually does well with other dogs that he can follow around. He has a great sense of smell and will learn the layout of your home and get around just fine. Loves his food and treats. He's also on medication. Would take a special dog lover to raise this special dog.
Toby- 12-14 year old Whippet. Beautiful graceful and very gentle dog. he's a stunning cream and tan. He does suffer from Arthritis and has been limping but with medication, can live a comfortable pain-free remaining few years. I consider him special needs and anyone adopting him needs to realize he may only be around a few more years and should want to give him a comfortable happy remaining life.
Mookie- 6 year old mixed breed (looks to be part Chinese crested). He's been abused and is a bit skittish at first but once he bonds with his owner, he's loyal and loving and dedicated. He's adorable and almost a peach and white color with long legs and a skinny body. Weighs around 8-10 pounds.
Ivy- 12 year old mixed breed, although she still has as much energy as a puppy and is in perfect health! She's black and white with long legs, a small head and skinny body and wiry hair type with a tightly curled tail. She loves to run and explore the yard but also loves cuddling. She's weighs around 10-12 pounds maximum.
Karma- 10 year old mixed breed who may be special needs. She has some sort of health condition that has caused her to gain an excessive amount of weight so she breathes heavy. She's currently not on any medication. Anyone interested in her would need to realize she may have more health conditions but I would pay for any medical bills incurred for the remainder of her life. She may weigh around 25 pounds. She’s very gentle and loving, gets along with other animals and children but wants a lot of attention.