Bruno

$700.00

Sex: Female ✅

Status: AVAILABLE✅

Age: 9 Weeks old ✅

Dachshund puppies✅

Accepting deposits✅

AKC registered✅

Health guarantee ✅

Current on all shots ✅

Microchipped✅

All paperwork available ✅

Kids Friendly ✅

Other Pets Friendly✅

Shipping Available✅

Price Discounts When you buy more than one Puppy✅

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dachshund puppies for sale sc

Dachshunds are a low-maintenance breed. They shed, but not excessively. Unless they’ve rolled in something that smells bad, they generally don’t need to be bathed often and are free of doggie odor. Smooths can be wiped with a damp cloth between baths to keep them clean. If you live in a location that is cold in the winter, your Smooth Dachshund may need a sweater when he goes outside.

Wirehaired Dachshunds require regular brushing, and they’ll need to have their coats “stripped” two to three times a year to look their best. Ask the breeder from whom you got your Wirehaired Dachshund or your groomer to show you how to do this.

Longhaired Dachshunds must be brushed regularly to prevent mats from forming. They need to be bathed more often than the Smooth Dachshund, and you must blow-dry them afterward for their coat to look good.

For all varieties and sizes of Dachshunds, you need to pay special attention to their droopy ears, which can be a breeding ground for fungus, bacteria, and mites. Moisten a cotton ball with an ear cleaner recommended by your veterinarian and wipe the ears out weekly. Don’t go any deeper than the first knuckle on your finger and never stick a cotton swab into your dog’s ear.

dachshund puppies for sale sc Sleep

You might have a restless few nights after your dachshund arrives. He’ll be scared and confused. He might howl, bark or whine loudly. To help him feel safer, put his crate in your bedroom and make it really comfy, with lots of blankets. Leave a night light on so it’s not too dark. And when he fusses, reassure him calmly and gently, but don’t make a big deal of it. He’ll soon settle down.

Brush the teeth at least two or three times a week — daily is better — to remove tartar and bacteria. Start when your puppy is young so he’ll be used to it.

 

 

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