This puppy is available for adoption and she is absolutely adorable. ADOPT HER NOW.
But, let's talk about her mix for a moment. They have her labeled as a Pit Bull Dachshund mix. Also, because she is a Pit Bull mix, people in Stockton and Oakland are not allowed to adopt her. I'm sorry, say again? Is there something I don't know that precludes Stockton and Oakland residents from having Pit Bull mixed breed dogs? Further, you have to be 30 (she normally requires a person to be 25). Like for reals.
And if it is true that this is a one-woman operation, well, whoa to 48 dogs on one property. While I can ignore the screaming CAPS at her petfinder page, I do find this statement a little sketchy: "THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO WAY FOR ME OR EVEN A VET TO KNOW WHAT A PUP IS HARBORING. THIS IS CALLED SAVING A LIFE" Um, well, sure there are tests to find out if a dog has parvo or if a puppy is harboring stuff like worms and parasites. And if something is wrong, well tough shit folks, because it's called saving a life. Wow, way to blame the hapless adopter.
The dog has a merle dilution pattern. This is not acceptable or traditionally found in American Pit Bull Terriers (and bringing it up in a Pit Bull community inspires a lot of debate).
If this dog is not a purebred American Pit Bull Terrier (assuming the merle pattern has historically occurred in Pit Bulls), then she is most likely a Catahoula cross or Catahoula Bulldog cross. I would assume the former crossed with American Pit Bull Terrier. It seems doubtful she is a Dachshund Pit Bull cross, unless the rescuer has seen either sire or dam and can confirm.