Brocks Minted Dachshunds photo Kentucky

Brocks Minted Dachshunds

Shona Brock

AKC Champion Grand-sired Puppies! They are handled daily from birth, raised right in our living room, growing up well socialized and knowing they are much loved. They will have been wormed regular, passed their last vet health check, had all puppy shots up to date, and be doing well on potty pad & paper training. This is a pet price only, there is an additional charge for breeding rights w/ full AKC Reg. Breeding Rights are only given to select few. The babies are handled daily from birth, well associated with potty pad training, acclimated people, children, and other dogs & given lots of playtime, love & care. (If interested in Full AKC Registration with Breeding Rights, please contact us). All of our pups come with Shot-Worming & Health Records from the Vet, a full Health Guarantee, Pedigree, Baby Pic's, Baby Blanket & Toys, Puppy food w/17 pg. info booklet on Dachshunds and Puppies. All of our Dachshunds have wonderful-loving personalities, with Conformation, Temperament & Health are our #1 Priority. Our Babies are bred for a lifetime of unconditional love & affection, home raised & pres-poiled. All of our Adults & Babies share our home, as well as our hearts. Our new Parent's are assured that they have a lifetime of support from us with open communication lines for the lifetime of their new baby. We are not a Kennel & do not knowingly deal w/Pet stores or Puppy Mills. The only Breed that we raise are Miniature Dachshunds and our lives wouldn't be complete without our "Wanna Be Bigger Dogs! (ATTENTION): I do NOT ship my Puppies as I feel this is not in the best interest of my Babies. There are 4 ways for us to accommodate you in getting on of our Puppies: 1. We will continue to welcome our new prospective families into our home for puppy play visits and to pick up their new Puppies as we have always done. 2. I will continue to be happy to drive and meet my new Parents no more than a 2 hour drive from my home for a reasonable delivery fee. 3. You may fly in to meet me at the Airport to pick up your Puppy and then fly it back home on the flight with you as your carry-on. I will gladly meet you at Dayton, Cincinnati or Columbus Airports with your new Baby. 4. You are more than welcome to purchase a round trip Airline Flight for me, forward me the 125.00 charge the Airlines charge me to bring the puppy on as my carry-on, and I will personally deliver your new Baby to you at the Airport of your choice. Please, if you are interested in more information or pics contact me or call (859-468-9875) and ask for Shona.

Patti's Dachshund Farm photo Alabama

Patti's Dachshund Farm

Patricia Gann

I am a Christian Breeder of Miniature Dachshunds. I breed all hair coats, and colors. I love my Dachshunds and Puppies, and they are therapy for me, and much Blessings.

Desjardins Standard Poodles & Miniature Dachshunds photo New York

Desjardins Standard Poodles & Miniature Dachshunds

Bonnie Ball

Desjardins Mini Dachshunds- All my Dachshunds are AKC Champions or Champion bloodlines. I am a very small breeder of quality Mini dachshunds. All of my puppies are born in my kitchen and handled all of the time. All of my puppies are on a regular worming schedule and have up-to-date shots. The puppies are micro-chipped, and AKC registered in the new owner’s name (as I am a breeder of merit). Also, I give a five-year health guarantee in a written contract.

Not only are my puppies loved and cared for above and beyond, they are head-turners. Furthermore, I start housebreaking the puppies right away. I am very diligent about housebreaking the puppies and all new owners tell me how easy my dogs are to finish housebreak training with.

For more information and pictures please contact me via email ( or call (716-649-4190). photo North Carolina

Diane F Rector

AKC Registered miniature longhaired Dachshund puppies

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