Dachshund

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Asking $425 we paid $500 all of his things are included. He is a great puppy with no issues! It’s just our current dog doesn’t like him at all and...
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Miniature Dachshund just in time for Christmas!!! vet checked, UTD on shots and dewormed. DOB 10/5/19 I have one male left, he is so adorable, he...
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Caramel: Male Dark: Female Purebred from Europe
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I have two wonderful I would like to give away. The first is a male brown wired hair dachshund mix about 3 years old named Regnal. He was left...
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Male puppy he has one blue eye and one brown he is brown with light brown in coloring. We are needing to find him a good home he is very loving
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I have a mini dachshund who is 8 months old. I recently got a new job and I just can’t give him the love and attention I used to give him- it’s...
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Mini Dachshund Puppy Black and Tan Smooth We got a beautiful pure black/tan smooth coat mini dachshund puppy for our daughter for Christmas. Of...
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Three males, two long hair and one short hair. (I also have... Two females, one is long hair and one of them is short hair.) Parents are AKC...
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CKC female dachshund puppy, 9 weeks old shaded red with a little dapple. She has 2 sets of vaccinations and several dewormings. Sweet little girl...
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3 Miniature Dachshund puppies for sale, parents are our pets father is 11 pound brindle mother is 9 pound black and silver dapple. Puppies were...
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4 weeks old taking deposits. Will have 1st shots and wormed. Males $400 1 Female $500.
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I have two beautiful female dashchund. One is a Black and Tan and the other is a dapple piebald they are 7 weeks old and looking for their forever...
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I have cute male and female Dachshund puppies ready. Both Mum and Dad are working dogs and work on the local shoots, beating and picking up. Mum...
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We have three sweet piebald males looking for their new forever homes! {Currently 10 1/2 weeks.} They have their AKC packets and health...
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2 short hair puppy girls Parents are AKC registered pure breed. Father is short short hair Black and Tan. Mother is long hair piebald. Born in...
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Cute puppies super healthy, 4 total. Not so much selling them as much as just re-homing fee for costs of the shots for each of them. They won’t...
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I have full blooded Daschund puppies. No papers. Cute as can be and ready to go! They have been raised around children and others animals. $300.:)
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This precious AKC registered,male mini dachshund was born on February 3 2020. Will be READY TO GO to his Fur-ever loving homes March 30 2020. Will...
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Mini dachshund pups for sale long and short hair Ckc registration First shots and worming ready mid March need deposit to hold of 200 Pups are 900...
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Titan. He listens and is trained. He is a good boy. I’m look for a good home for him please take care of him.
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Hello, we have 2 available males. Vinny a Black and Tan dapple male and Joey a Black and Tan male who shows for piebald.
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Mother in law can no longer care for. Re-homing male wirehaired dachshund. Has not been neutered. He is full of energy and would love a yard to...
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There are a few different types of Dachshunds; regular standard sized and the smaller miniature sized. Their coats offer a few options as well; long hair, smooth, and wire haired. No matter which version you get, their personalities are often quite similar to one another. These are energetic little dogs that can certainly hold their own and put up a fight. Originally bred in Germany and used as hunters, Dachchunds are typically kept as house pets today. These dogs are generally friendy, lively, energectic, very cute, curious, and fun. Be sure to take a test drive first because their energy level can be a bit much when a guest knocks at the door.

Continue reading to learn more about Dachshunds, otherwise known as the hotdog dog or the wiener dog.

Popularity: Very popular.

Trainability: Training this dog the first time around may not stick, so repetitive consistency are key to forming a trained adult Dachshund. It's important to complete this breed's training because once it is completed, you'll have a very companionable dog that's a pleasure to be around. If you don't complete the training, you might find yourself with a dog that excessively digs, barks and is bossy. Speaking of bossy, the Dachshund respects the alpha in the home, so make sure that's you by showing who's in charge in positive ways and by using rewards and praise for good behavior. Undisciplined Dachshunds can become stubborn and can form bad habits. Regarding boredom, you don't want this dog to become that. Always have a toy for your Dachshund to play with as their behavior may turn destructive if there is nothing for it to do.

Size/Weight: Small sized dogs, weighing in at an average of 16-32 pounds.

Origin Location/Date: The Dachshund was first bred in the 1500s in Germany and used as hunting dogs. They used to hunt badgers and fox. This dog was brought to the United States in the 1870s and was used to hunt rabbits. It was formally recognized as a breed by the American Kennel Club in 1885 and the Dachshund Club of America was created in the 1880s.

Energy Level: Dachshunds aren't the most energetic dogs on the planet, but they're not the least energetic either. They require at least two good walks a day to stave off becoming overweight as well as to build strong muscles. Due to this dog's elongated back, there needs to be enough muscle mass to support the body. It's important to note that the Dachshund shouldn't be allowed to jump off the couch or run up and down stairs because of risk of injury. This breed enjoys playing in the back yard and walking in the park, but will primarily enjoy being inside with its owners the most.

Temperament: The Dachshund is a big dog in a little dog's body. It's courageous, bold and outgoing. It may initially be shy around those it doesn't know and simply bark or it may actually become aggressive around strangers. This dog does bond well with its family though. Be cautious with Dachshunds around young children because the dog may bark or nip at the child if its not familiar. This dog loves receiving attention and it regularly seeks adventure. Overall, this is a good family dog that has received high praises, but you'll need to be careful with it around those the dog doesn't know well.

Necessary Space: This is a small dog that's wildly popular with those who live in urban settings. It's a good dog to own if you live in an apartment as it will do well exercise-wise by going for daily walks. Be warned though, Dachshunds have been known to bark, so if you have neighbors nearby, you may want to avoid this dog.

Talents: Dachshunds are excellent hunters of small burrowing prey where the dog can track down the animal and follow it into its burrow. It's also a very affectionate dog with those it knows well. It's spunky, energetic and exciting.

Life Expectancy: 12-16 years.

Group: Hound Group.

A few terms and phrases to describe the typical Dachshund puppy and dog: good hunter, energetic, likes to bark, can be aggressive, good for apartments, bold, outgoing, good family dog, tenacious, good at burrowing, quick, intelligent, popular, adorable, clever, hilarious and affectionate.
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