Cream Pie

Dachshund

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About Cream Pie

Male

Gender

25 weeks

Age

$1,800

Price

Both parents Lacey and Snickers have very laid back personalities. They love to please, enjoy being with you even if it's just sitting on your lap doing nothing at all. My dogs are like my kids thy mean more to me than anything. I am extremely picky where they go to live the rest of their lives. All my puppies are expected to be neutered and are limited. This little cutie pie I am offering is such a doll whoever gets him will definitely fall in love. If you are interested in owing a dachshund puppy know that it is a commitment not just when they are little, but as they mature into an adult. Please message me if you are serious about becoming this little dolls forever family. Please read about the breed below before you decide to own a dachshund puppy.

ABOUT THE BREED:

The famously long, low silhouette, ever-alert expression, and bold, vivacious personality of the Dachshund have made him a superstar of the canine kingdom. Dachshunds come in two sizes and in three coat types of various colors and patterns. The word 'icon' is terribly overworked, but the Dachshund'¿with his unmistakable long-backed body, little legs, and big personality'¿is truly an icon of purebred dogdom. Dachshunds can be standard-sized (usually 16 to 32 pounds) or miniature (11 pounds or under), and come in one of three coat types: smooth, wirehaired, or longhaired. Dachshunds aren't built for distance running, leaping, or strenuous swimming, but otherwise these tireless hounds are game for anything. Smart and vigilant, with a big-dog bark, they make fine watchdogs. Bred to be an independent hunter of dangerous prey, they can be brave to the point of rashness, and a bit stubborn, but their endearing nature and unique look has won millions of hearts the world over.

Generally a healthy breed, the Dachshund can be expected to live 12 to 16 years with proper care, so long as he's kept on a good diet and has enough exercise to maintain good muscle tone. To prevent disc damage to the Dachshund's long back, be vigilant about keeping him from becoming overweight, and always monitor his activities to avoid back injury. Like most dogs with drop ears, Dachshunds can get ear infections if their ears aren't kept clean.

Dachshunds are moderate shedders, relatively clean, and have little or no body odor. The breed's grooming needs vary with the three coat types. Smooth-coated Dachshunds are somewhat 'wash and wear,' needing little beyond a wipe with a towel or hound glove to look dapper. Longhaired Dachshunds may require more frequent brushing, depending on the thickness of the coat. The Wirehaired coat can be plucked or hand-stripped several times a year to look its best, but beyond that is easy to maintain between groomings with occasional trimming of the beard and eyebrows and brushing or combing once or twice a week. All Dachshunds should have their nails trimmed every month.

Many owners think that because they are so small, Dachshunds don't require more exercise than just running around the house. However, they do need regular exercise not only to stay fit, but also to build strong muscles to support and protect their back. Two walks every day of moderate length should be sufficient. To avoid injury, never allow your Dachshund to run up and down stairs or jump on or off furniture. Because they are very social, Dachshunds don't do well as outdoor dogs'¿they want to be with their humans

Dachshunds are very intelligent but are also independent and often stubborn, so they can be a challenge to train. They love to give and receive affection and do best with positive, reward-based training. They are sensitive and will not react well to harsh commands or punishment. Patience and consistence are key. Dachshunds have an excellent sense of smell as well as a strong prey drive. Because they were bred to stay focused and follow a trail without distraction, if they are busy with something more interesting they may not always pay attention to you.

It is extremely important that a Dachshund not be allowed to become overweight. This is not only because of general health reasons, but also to avoid strain to the Dachshund's long back, which can lead to slipped or ruptured (herniated) discs. Ignore the pleading eyes, and give only the recommended amount given by the manufacturer of the quality dog food of your choice. Give table scraps very sparingly, if at all, especially avoiding cooked bones and foods with high fat content. Remember that the Dachshund's nose can get him into trouble, and always keep food well out of his reach.

Puppy Snapshot

Date of Birth: December 27, 2021
Date Available: March 06, 2019
Current Weight: 2 lbs.
Microchipped: No
Registration: No Papers
Puppy ID: 3C596B
Color: cream pie

Included Items

  • • blanket
  • • puppy food
  • • 6 week shot
  • • 8 week shot
  • • deworm
  • • vet health checked

Delivery

This puppy can be delivered to your local airport or ground transportation may be arranged at the discretion of the breeder.

Litter Information

Litter Information

Cream Pie is one of 1 Dachshund puppies whelped and available for sale in his litter. The puppies in the litter were born on Monday, December 27, 2021. His breeder has carefully selected to feed them Taste of the Wild, Taste of wild or science hill diet Puppy . Their favorite food formulation is Puppy .

His breeder has started potty training Cream Pie and his littermates. Review the breeder's selected potty training methods below. The puppies in the litter have been socialized to develop positive behavior characteristics. Socializing a puppy at an early age may make them more confident, relaxed, compassionate pets. Review how the litter has been socialized below. As part of ensuring the growth and development of Cream Pie and his littermates, their breeder has introduced a variety of neurological stimulations to each puppy at an early age. Review the stimulations introduced below.

Potty Training Method  What's this

  • Pee-Pads

Types of Socialization  What's this

  • Small Dog Breeds

Early Neurological Stimulation Used  What's this

None

Parent Spotlight

Parent Spotlight

Sire (Dad)
Dachshund

No Papers

04/01/2019

11 lbs.

Sire is not officially registered with any club. Sire has a coat that is Chocolate tan in color. He enjoys playing, running, snoozing, snuggling, socializing, and walking.

Snickers is one of the best dogs I’ve ever own he is so calm loves everyone.


Dam (Mom)
Dachshund

No Papers

03/06/2019

10 lbs.

Dam is not officially registered with any club. Dam has a coat that is Cream pie in color. When she's not taking care of her puppies she enjoys playing, snuggling, socializing, and walking.

She is one of the sweetest dogs loves to snuggle.

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About the Breeder

Accolades and breeding experience for your Dachshund breeder

Member Since:  October 2014

Located Near:  Richmond, Virginia

Breeding for several years my dogs are like my kids.

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