Sex: Female ✅


Age: 8 Weeks old ✅

Dachshund puppies✅

Accepting deposits✅

AKC registered✅

Health guarantee ✅

Current on all shots ✅


All paperwork available ✅

Kids Friendly ✅

Other Pets Friendly✅

Shipping Available✅

Price Discounts When you buy more than one Puppy✅

Hi there everyone! I am the companion you have been looking for! I am the true definition of man’s best friend. I will arrive to my new home up to date on my vaccinations and vet checked from head to tail. We can play fetch or go for a walk; it does not matter as long as I’m with you. Pick me, you will not regret it! Call about me today before it is too late!


Miniature dapple dachshund puppies for sale near me

Miniature dapple dachshund puppies for sale near me need early socialization exposure to many different people, sights, sounds, and experiences when they’re young. Socialization helps ensure that your Dachshund puppy grows up to be a well-rounded dog. Enrolling him in a puppy kindergarten class is a great start. Inviting visitors over regularly, and taking him to busy parks, stores that allow dogs, and on leisurely strolls to meet neighbors will also help him polish his social skills.

Dental Care

As your Dachshund gets older, dental issues will be more common. So it’s important to get a regular Vet check to make sure their teeth are ok.

The Vet will look for things like chips, discoloration, tartar build-up, bad breath, and gingivitis.

Tartar can quickly lead to tooth decay and gum disease. It can even cause your Dachshund’s teeth to fall out if left untreated.

Gum disease and tooth decay can be really painful for your Dachshund and make it difficult or even impossible for them to eat properly.

Not only this, the buildup of bacteria in their mouths can cause serious secondary issues like kidney, heart or liver disease.

Obviously, being a senior Dachshund, they may need to do additional blood work to be sure it’s safe to have the procedure.

Vet checks are an important part of maintaining good oral health.

Even though your senior Dachshund may well continue to eat as normal, their mouths or teeth could still be painful.

Dachshunds are prone to having epileptic seizes. In dogs that are affected, it’s thought that the condition is either genetic or brought about as the result of a fall or a hard blow to the head. If your Dachshund has seizures, take him to your vet to determine what treatment is appropriate. In many cases, epilepsy can be controlled with medication.



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