Is there a delivery company for a dachshund?
The main focus now is convincing you to pay as soon as possible. The puppy will be shipped to you by the scammers perferred delivery company. There is no other option. If you insist on picking up your new dachshund they will eventually agree.
How did our journey with Dachshunds begin?
Our journey with dachshunds began when I, Alison was a very young child. I always longed for a dog of my own and from a very young age pestered relentlessly my parents. When I was 7 I was given a book of dog breeds for Christmas and devoured it from cover to cover, deciding a miniature dachshund was the dog for me.
Are there any dachshunds that need a second chance?
All Dachshunds in a Shelter are in need of a second chance. They were lost, abandoned, or given away. They are helpless and they need a loving home. So many doxies need homes that are still quite young, already house trained, and may be the better option for your family than starting off with a new puppy.
Where do we breed Miniature dachshunds in Australia?
We specialize in breeding pedigree quality miniature dachshunds, both smooth and long coat. Our goal is to breed for health and temperament, as well as type, so all our puppies are suitable for family pets. We are a family living in the Tamworth region of NSW, Australia. Our journey with dachshunds began when I, Alison was a very young child.
Is there such a thing as a miniature dachshund?
Miniature dachshunds were bred in 15th-century Germany to hunt rabbits. Miniatures used to be bred from standard dachshunds and smaller breeds like terriers or pinschers, but now breeders just use small standard dachshunds.
How can I Make my dachshund feel like a hunter?
You can help fulfill this natural hunting drive by making them feel like they are “hunting” for food and treats. Great ways to do this are to join a nosework class or buy a snuffle mat like this one or this one for home. Dachshunds were bred to hunt mean animals that live in burrows.
How can you tell if your dachshund has IVDD?
Owning a Dachshund is kind of like roulette in that regard because 1 in 4 Dachshunds are affected by some kind of spinal injury at some point in their lives. You won’t know if your Dachshund has IVDD unless they have a back injury. A veterinarian can’t detect it until then.
Which is the best place to adopt a dachshund?
Remember, new puppies will require more Training and Attention than a dog that is a little older. Home is Where The Dachshund is… Encourage your friends and family to adopt a dachshund from a shelter or rescue. Washington Dachshund Rescue Me!