Dachshund puppies typically cannot be found for free. Breeders charge between $500 and $800 to adopt. Rescues specializing in dachshunds tend to charge less, though getting a puppy is not a guarantee. More »

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Anyone interested in adopting a dachshund puppy may adopt from a local animal shelter or from a rescue organization. Dedicated dachshund rescue groups are also a good option to adopt a puppy. More »

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On average, Dachsunds typically have one to six puppies per litter. Since they are a small breed, it is common for dachshunds to have small litters. More »

You may be able to find adoptable dachshund puppies by working with a local dachshund rescue group, which you can find by contacting the Dachshund Club of America. You can also use a pet adoption website, such as Petfind... More »

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The first step in caring for any puppy is to find a good vet as soon as possible. The puppy needs immunizations and a check-up. The vet can recommend an appropriate puppy chow. When young, a puppy needs four small meals ... More »

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While "micro mini" is not a recognized category of dachshunds, miniature dachshunds weighing 7 pounds or less are often called "micro" dachshunds. Typically, dachshunds fall into two categories: miniatures that weigh up ... More »

Tiny puppies or "toy" breeds can be acquired for free through local classified advertisements or online from adoption sources that offer special free dog adoptions or "giveaways," such as Texas Tea Cups, who has drawings... More »

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