AT LAST YOUR SEARCH IS OVER!
If you have been searching for a new
Dachshund puppy, then welcome home
We are located 10 minutes east of Columbus Ohio
off Interstate 70 - Reynoldsburg Ohio 43068
Below slide show is of the past litter born 1/09/2014 - 4 Girls and 1 Boy
We do require a deposit to hold any puppy
Please remember when buying a puppy you are making a commitment for at least the next 12-16 years
Welcome to our webpage all about us & our babies....
Dachshunds make wonderful
Animal Planet agrees!
We offer stud service to approved
Our stud services are $400.00
Our male Dachshund Beanie Winnie is medium size brown in color.......
If you have any questions or comments,
please call 614-900-5827 or 614-900-5767
or submit a form on our
Contact Us page...
*****ABSOLUTELY NO SHIPPING******
My Dachshunds are never kept in cages, I think it's cruel and that's
why I DO NOT ship any of my babies...
Please browse through my website to see my Dam and Sire plus current
I'm always updating with new puppy pictures weekly.
THERE'S NOTHING LIKE PUPPY LOVE!
Breed All About It: Dachshund
The dachshund was originally bred to tunnel and scurry its way through brush and burrows to catch beaver, weasels and other small prey. But this tenacious little dog can do much more because of its keen sense of smell and quick, short legs.
Some experts think that the Dachshund dates back to antiquity and was depicted in Egyption Reliefs. While that may be true, it is widely accepted that the Germans were largely responsible for the development of the dog we know today. Some type of field spaniel and a terrier were likely bred to the smooth to produce the longhaired and wirehaired varieties. Their unique shape was developed to search for their quarry, the badger. “Dachshund” translated means “Badger Hound.” Hunters of that day used the Dachshund to keep the number of badgers in check while today’s hunters use the Dachshund in a variety of settings. His hunting spirit and good nose, loud tongue and distinctive build make him suitable for belowground work and for beating the bush. His keen nose gives him an advantage over many other breeds for trailing. Today, Dachshunds can be seen in man
AKC sanctioned activities, such as Earthdog, Agility, Tracking, Obedience, Field Trials and Conformation. In addition, some are involved in pet therapy work while other have been trained as drug sniffing dogs by the police.
~> Dachshunds come in three coat varieties: <~
This is the smooth Dachshund. He is the original and the most popular
variety of Dachshund. He has short hair all over his body, and he has a
The longhaired Dachshund is my favorite. He is most likely the product
from breeders crossing smooth Dachshunds with longhaired spaniels
such as the Cocker Spaniel. He is second in popularity, and it is widely
accepted that longhaired Dachshunds have the mellowest
temperaments of the three coat varieties.
The wirehaired Dachshund is most likely the product of breeders
crossing wirecoated terriers with smooth Dachshunds. He is the least
popular coat variety, but the wirehairs are often referred to as the
true "clowns" of the Dachshund breed. He has the most tenacious
temperament; this is likely linked to his terrier heritage.
Please click here to view the official A.K.C. Breed Standard for the Dachshund!
Please click here to view the official A.K.C. Breed Standard
for the Dachshund!
Click on the banner above to view a page that displays the many color varieties of the Dachshund. The page is the property of Darling Dollhouse Dachshunds.
The following information comes from a Handout of the Dachshund Club of America, Inc. (c) 2006