Puppies for Sale

Puppies for Sale

Red male miniature dachshund
  • Gender: male
  • Status: no longer available
  • Price: $1,000
CKC Short Hair Cream Males
  • Name: CKC short hair dachshund
  • Gender: Male
  • Price: $950
  • Status: No Longer Available
  • Age: 3 weeks
  • Vaccinated: Yes
  • Maturity size: 9-10 lbs.
CKC Short hair cream males
  • Price: $950
  • Gender: Male
  • Age: 3 weeks
  • Status: No longer available
  • Neutered: No
  • Breed: CKC Miniature Dachshund
  • Vaccinated: not yet
  • Size: 9-11 lbs.

As a Miniature Dachshund breeder, we strive to offer top quality puppies in all different coats and colors.

Miniature Dachshund Puppies come in (long, smooth and wire hairs) and in an array of colors (dapples, brindles, English Creams, chocolates, black & tans, and reds.

AKC standards are strictly adhered to for the breed and best in conformation, temperament and intelligence.

These dachshund puppies are raised in my home, receive vaccinations by a licensed veterinarian, wormed every two weeks and extensively socialized with adults, children and household pets.

All Miniature Dachshund Puppies for Sale come with a one year guarantee to be free from any life-threatening genetic health defects. Complementary 30 day Health Insurance from Trupanion is included.

CKC or AKC limited registration paperwork is provided when you pick up your new puppy.

Puppies are available!
(disclaimer: all miniature dachshunds are sold as pet only unless otherwise arranged prior to any breeding)


You just got your miniature dachshund puppy…now what?

When you bring home the miniature dachshund puppy, there are a few things you should know.

First and foremost, miniature dachshund puppies need to be played with and socialized often. Second, miniature dachshund puppies do not have a fully formed sense of smell and taste yet, so they may not be able to tell if something is bad for them. Third, miniature dachshund puppies may chew on just about anything, so make sure the house is properly supervised when a puppy is around toys and other objects.


Dachshund puppies are always so cute and cuddly, but what do you do when you get home? Here are some tips to help make the transition a little easier.


  • When you bring home your dachshund puppy, there are a few things you should do to help them adjust. First, make sure a comfortable place to sleep and plenty of food and water is available.
  • One of the most important things you can do for your new puppy is to crate train him. Crating your dog will help house train him, give him a place to call his own. I first start out with newspapers on the bottom and gradually move them up to their own bed, etc.
  • When you bring a miniature dachshund puppy home, it is important to gradually introduce them to other animals in the house. If you have another animal, we suggest having them eat separately. Your dachshund puppy will be eating puppy food and you don’t want them eating adult or cat food, etc.
  • Puppy-proof your home, if you didn’t beforehand, as soon as possible to avoid the chance of your puppy accidentally getting into something they shouldn’t. Go through each room of your home that they might have access to with a fine-tooth comb. Dachshunds are very curious so expect that anything at their mouth level is an easy target! Cables, electronics, cleaning supplies, shoes and clothing, trash bins — these are some of the most common household items that pups love to get into and chew!
  • For your pup’s first day, give them a space of their own! You can easily do this by setting up a crate and playpen so they can begin to establish that this area is where they can go to sleep, hang out, and eat all while keeping them in a safe area where they can’t get into trouble!

Vet Visit

  • Take some time to research a veterinarian in your area that you plan to bring your puppy for their second wellness visit and beyond. Don’t put off this crucially important step in your pup’s first week home! Whether or not you expected to bring home your new puppy, they’ll need a wellness checkup within those first few weeks to make sure they’re growing healthy and strong!
  • During your first visit, you will provide your vet with the shot records that I have given you. It’s one of the most important visits as it sets the stage for your pup’s future healthcare maintenance, so coming prepared with the right questions is key!
  • At home, you can start working on setting boundaries to help them learn what is expected of them. Keep in mind that boundaries go beyond inside your home. Think of them as the rules of conduct for the home and eventually in public. To start, ask yourself: Do you want your pup on the furniture with you or prefer them to relax in a spot of their own? And how about when you take them outdoors or in social settings. Do you want them to walk beside you and follow your lead? Do you wish them to remain calm while greeting new people and in new environments? Once you establish what you expect from your pup, you’re laying the groundwork for teaching them life-long good manners!

What can I expect when picking up my miniature dachshund puppy?

A “Mini Weenie Dog” puppy will come to you healthy, with a complete veterinarian check and it’s first set of shots and fully dewormed.

Our puppies are offered as pet only.  Your puppy will come to you well socialized by children and exposed to other animals and ready to be loved by you.

At 5 or 6 weeks old, pad and crate training is introduced.

Wait List

We do have a wait list. If interested in getting on our wait list please feel free to message us. (Cost is subject to change)

If you found a puppy you like, a non refundable deposit will reserve your puppy until it is 7-8  weeks of age. This deposit comes off the final purchase price of the puppy.  If you do not pick up your puppy by 8 weeks of age (or other plans for pick up for a later date have not been made) your puppy will be relisted and you will not receive your deposit back.

Pick up day

Your miniature dachshund puppy can be picked up at my home or I would be happy to try to accommodate your travel by meeting you at an agreed upon location.

We do not sell our puppies to pet stores or brokers so do not even ask. We want loving, pet homes for our babies.

I reserve the right to refuse the sale of any puppy even after a deposit has been taken if we feel there is a legitimate reason for the refusal.

Most importantly we do not take checks on final pick up. We do accept them for deposits. Cash is required upon pick up. If you do not bring cash to pick up your puppy, you cannot take your puppy home. So please be prepared when picking up your puppy.

Ways to Improve the Dachshund Lifespan

If you are going to bring a dachshund into your home, it is very likely that you will love this adorable little dog. You will instantly connect with its playfulness, love, and cuddles.
One of the things that you might be thinking about is – how can I improve the dachshund lifespan? The truth is while there is a dachshund life expectancy of about 12 years; there are numerous ways that you can improve your dog’s lifespan.
In fact, some dachshunds will live to be 17 years of age or older. If you can keep your dog healthy, encourage exercise, and follow all the tips on how to increase your pet’s longevity, you can increase the lifespan of your miniature dachshund dog.