Dachshund Puppies – Long Haired Miniature Doxies
At Boylan Family Dachshunds, we are dedicated breeders of the Long Haired Miniature Dachshund. We place all of our dachshund puppies with loving individuals and family homes. All of our pups are heavily socialized, and pad trained before they leave with their new family. We are happy to answer any questions about our puppies or about the AKC doxie breed, so have your list ready! We will have questions for you, too.
View pictures and information about any fur-kids we have available. We will post individual pictures when they are three to four weeks old. Updated – 9/23/14
View our Boylan Dachshund Family Photo Album. Upload your own photo of your Boylan dachshund doing something funny or just being adorable.
Watch videos of dachshund puppies from previous litters we have already placed in their forever homes. Videos of available puppies are on their individual pages.
Isn't Frederic adorable? He is one of the last three Boylan Dachshunds that will be available this year. He is from Honey's litter and will be ready to go to his new home at the end of October. See more about him and his 2 brothers on our website – http://doxipups.com/puppies/
OOur Dachshund Puppies are all raised with tons of loving care, lots of playtime, proper socialization, and hugs & kisses. We will never sell one of our miniature dachshund to a pet store or puppy broker. All of our puppies come with a two year health guarantee and limited pet registration paperwork. We do have a spay/neuter agreement before the AKC paperwork is released. We will ship our mini doxie pups, but we take it case by case. Feel free to check out our Miniature Dachshund Puppy Videos. Puppy pictures are a great way to see puppies up close, but video offers you a chance to see the puppies in action. Read about what our adoptive families have to say about us and their adopted dachshund in our Customer Referrals section.
As responsible dachshund breeders of American Kennel Club long haired dachshund, we want to ensure that our doxies find a forever home. Therefore, we like to take our time in the adoption process and really get to know each new family. That way we can match the personality of our miniature dachshund puppies to their new home. We focus our breeding solely on long haired miniature dachshunds. The main colors we have are English cream dachshunds and red dachshunds. There is a wide variety of shades of reds ranging from deep, chestnut red with black points to what we call a clear red, basically a dilute of the darker red. We fell in love with the doxie dog breed because of their intelligence, big-dog attitude, and their individualistic personalities. We register our dachshunds exclusively with the American Kennel Club. We are in the process of developing our sire and dam’s individual pages. The pages will have pictures and a description and in the future, videos.
WWe are available to talk about the dachshund breed, and welcome your questions about dachshunds. We are happy to give you any information that will help you to choose the best breeder and puppy for you. We love to educate people who are new to the breed about the qualities of dachshunds as well as give tips on dog care and what it takes to raise a puppy. We believe that no question is a bad question and will give our answer to the best of our knowledge. All of our pups are started on paper training early, so they are well on their way by the time they go to their new homes. We feed our dachshunds Nutri Source dry dog food. It is a very well balanced, non-transitional formula that can be fed at all stages of life. We have provided a page with other recommended dachshund food brands that are great choices for your dog. Please always take your time in finding the right Doxie puppy and never rush into buying until you are quite sure.
The miniature dachshund breed has a wide variety of breed characteristics and there are many differences between them. However, most doxie puppies make wonderful family pets because of their loving nature. They are an intelligent breed and were originally developed for hunting badgers. In fact, dachshund is translated from its German origin as dachs meaning badger, and hund meaning dog. Their name is commonly mispronounced and misspelled as dashound or dachsund, however, they are widely referred to as wiener dogs. If you would like to hear about other people who share their lives with a dachshund, visit the links to some popular dachshund blogs. Some of the blogs are social and some are educational, all will give you more insight into the wonderful wiener dog world. Please always keep your heart open to a dachshund in need adoption from the many well ran Dachshund Rescues around the United States. Read a lot of good information about training and behaviors of dogs at the Humane Society of the United States.