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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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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 »

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Dachshund breeders are people who breed and raise Dachshunds, a specific type of dog. While breeding Dachshunds and raising the puppies may sounds like an easy task, a lot of preparation and work is required. More »

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A puppy finishes teething at approximately seven months of age, when his baby teeth are replaced by 42 permanent teeth. The teething process starts at around three weeks with the appearance of deciduous teeth, also known... More »

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Yorktese puppies are hybrid dogs created by breeding a Yorkshire terrier and a Maltese. They are also known as Morkie, Malkie or Malki puppies, and they are a combination of some of the best traits of each individual bre... More »

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Help a puppy learn to stop biting by yelping or speaking sternly during play as he mouths on your hands, and then by giving short timeouts. Reward the puppy during play when he is gentle instead of biting and when he sto... More »

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