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There are 2 long hair females puppies available. They will all be sold with spay contracts. They were born on September 27th and they will be ready to go at 8 weeks old on or around November 21st. There is 1 long hair black & tan female, 1 long hair black & cream female. They will have their first shots and be wormed before they are ready to go. Look below for further information and pictures.
I also have an adult piebald male available for adoption look below for pictures and additional info. He is a smooth coat black & tan piebald. He has been neutered and is ready to go to a forever home that must be a good fit. If interested please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or text me at 302-561-4803.
A friend of mine has a 3 year old adult long hair Isabella & tan dapple male available. For info please call 856-785-2441 her name is Huddy and she lives in NJ 40 minutes from the Delaware Memorial bridge. So if your'e looking for an adult male Dachshund who is being retired from breeding please give her a call 856-785-2441. To see his picture please look at the bottom of this page.
PUPPY #1 Below is a Long hair black & tan female. She will be sold with a spay contract for 975.00. A deposit will hold this puppy until she is 8 weeks old and ready to go to her new forever home. If you are interested or have questions please either text me at 302-561-4803 or email me at email@example.com.
PUPPY #3 Below is a Long hair black & cream female. She will be sold with a spay contract for 975.00. A deposit will hold this puppy until she is 8 weeks old and ready to go to her forever home. If you are interested or have questions please either text me at 302-561-4803 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Below is my adult smooth coat black & tan piebald male. His name is Dewey. He is 3 years old and has been neutered. He is housebroken and crate trained. Dewey will be free to an approved home. Dewey will need to be matched up with a forever home that will be a really good fit for him and the potential new owner/family. A home with no small children and a fenced in back yard is a must for him. He will do best in a home that is very loving, stable, calm and not chaotic. Also a home that will be patient and loving with Dewey while he adjusts to a new home. Plus someone who has the time to take him on walks, play with him and give him quality time, plenty of affection and attention. He loves to cuddle and be a lap dog. He loves to run, play ball and tug of war. He would be a good dog to take on long hikes since he loves the outdoors and could be trained for hunting. Dewey also plays well with other dogs though he tends to want to be the boss over other male dogs in the home and will try to be the alpha dog of the house so a home with no other male dogs would be best but spayed female dogs would be fine in the home with Dewey. He is very sweet, loving and affectionate and can be clown like at times. He sometimes will get into this goofy mood, he acts silly and makes you laugh. He also loves to nibble on ears LoL. He is very protective over his home and family and makes a great watch dog. Dewey will need someone that he will feel comfortable and secure with and with who he can trust. Dewey will bark at strangers who come in the home since he is protective of his home and family. He needs to warm up to people he doesn't know and once he is comfortable with someone new he will love them forever. Not every adult dog fits well into just any home thats why both the adult dog and any potential new owner/family have to be a really good fit together. My adult dogs can always be brought back to me if it just doesn't work out. Every dog has their own way and time they require to adjust in a new home. Some adult dogs adjust very quickly and act like they have always been there in a new home and some adult dogs can take 2-6 weeks to fully adjust to a new environment, new people, and to understand what it is expected of them. They can have more anxiety than a puppy and need more time, understanding and patience while they adjust to a new home. Puppies can adjust pretty quickly and fit into almost any lifestyle and home. But some adult dogs can take a little longer to adjust, need a certain type of home and family and may have anxiety at first in a new home. Sometimes people think because the dog is an adult and is housebroken that an adult will be easier than a puppy to fit into a new home but it may be harder for an adult to adjust to a whole new way of living than a puppy. This can be harder for an adult dog who since being a puppy was raised and used to living with other dogs and was never alone and then goes to a new home where they are now the only dog. These dogs can have some anxiety learning to now be an only dog and it can take longer for the adult dog to adjust to this new lifestyle and the new owner must give the dog time and understanding. Some dogs just love being the only dog and having all the love and attention to themselves. I am not trying to scare anyone away from adopting an adult dog especially when alot of adult dogs have really no problem adjusting in a new home but to realize that some adult dogs do have anxiety going into a new home and need their new owner to be understanding and patient and willing to work with the dog while adjusting to their new home. If anyone is interested in Dewey and think he would fit into your home please contact me at email@example.com or 302-561-4803 you can text me with your name and number and I will get back to you to discuss the adoption process for adopting Dewey.
The picture below is a friend of mine's adult Dachshund that she has available and is looking for a new home he is being retired from breeding. He is a long hair Isabella & tan dapple male. If you are interested in giving this guy a home or for further info & price please contact her at 856-785-2441 Her name is Huddy and she will give you further information and answer any questions you may have.