HOW TO ADOPT FROM US
We appreciate your interest in our dachshunds and would like to know you better! We are very friendly and love to talk about our dachshunds. Please tell us a little about yourself and answer the questions on our puppy application.
PUPPY APPLICATION LINK
Please read our health guarantee/sales contract in full before sending this application. You must be agreeable to the terms to purchase one of our dachshunds.
Health Guarantee/Sales Contract Link
Puppies are reserved by placing a deposit. We do not place by waiting list. PLEASE DO NOT SEND US MONEY WITHOUT COMMUNICATING WITH US FIRST.
PUPPY DEPOSIT LINK
The deposit is $200 and will go towards the balance due on your puppy. Your deposit will hold a puppy until it is at least 8 weeks of age and mentally ready to leave its mother. If you place a deposit and change your mind you will not get your deposit back. It will be considered a fee for holding a puppy for you and loss of advertising time for us. When you place a deposit we are doing you the service of holding a particular puppy and will no longer be advertising the puppy as available. It is an agreement that you intend to purchase the puppy.
We accept cash payments, USPS money orders and major bank certified checks. If we are holding a puppy for you payment must be made in full by 8 weeks of age. We may hold your puppy longer than 8 weeks if needed. Be aware if it is more than 10 days there will be a boarding fee of $5 daily plus any health care costs such as vaccinations. We consider the puppy yours once paid for and your financial responsibility at that time.
Once a pregnancy is confirmed we will post photos of the parents on our UPCOMING LITTERS page. We will accept two preborn deposits per litter at this time: One male and one female. You must state the sex, coat type, and color/pattern desired when placing a deposit. If the litter does not produce the sex or color noted you may elect to have your deposit refunded or held for a future litter. The remainder of the litter becomes available after they are born.
TIP: Jumping down is very hard on the dachshund back. It is best to teach your dachshund not to jump on furniture. Provide a ramp or pick him/her up if you want your buddy in your lap.