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Bountiful Dachshunds

Upcoming/Planned Litters for 2019/2020
Some bred and if they took, would be due October and November-ready for homes in December and January. Each home and situation is different but we highly recommend pups who aren't ready till the week before or week of Christmas, be taken home after Christmas holidays due to the fact pups need to be in a warm and calm environment when coming home and not passed around to company,etc. What's best for the puppy is what's important. In the past, we've had families put a photo of the puppy wrapped in a box or put into a stocking and then when the big day comes, they venture out to come here to get their new family member.:)
The goal is to make this a wonderful experience for all and make sure the puppy is happy and healthy. Pups must be allowed to get adequate rest as they sleep A LOT and to adjust to their new home slowly. Keep in mind, all pups that are not through with their vaccinations, are more fragile and can get sick due to their immune system lowering due to nervousness and all the changes in their environment. Their immune system is stronger by 18 weeks of age, so care must be taken to not take them out in public (except to the vet). Thank you for your understanding.:)

Our Gretchen and Bear. Expected Long Haired's in Shaded Cream and possibly piebald. Their first litter together as we've waiting a long while to be able to breed Gretchen. Born: 10/4/19 (One Shaded Cream Male, One Shaded Cream Female)

Ginger and Bear-Colors expected are Shaded Creams, EE Creams and Black/Creams in Long-Haired's and this is their first litter together. 

Annabelle and Winston. Colors expected are Black/Creams, Shaded Creams, possible Shaded Red in Long-Haired's and this is their first litter together. 

Lady and Winston. Colors expected are Reds and Black/Tans in Long-Haired's. This is their second litter together as we had such great results from their first litter. These pups will carry Russian bloodlines in their pedigree.

Darcy and Bear have been bred. This is their second breeding together as their first litter was so very lovely. 

Waiting List:
This list contains names of those interested in being contacted about future litters for those interested in a variety of coats, colors/patterns. It's not set in stone and is on a first come/first serve basis. Meaning, whomever places a deposit once the pup of their preferred choice is born, is guaranteed the puppy will be held for them. Thank you!

Laura V.-
Kyle H.-
Shaded Cream or a Black/Cream-Female in Cream or Black/Cream or Red Long Haired.

Jennifer C.
Shaded Cream Female Long Haired  (Gretchen's Female)
Sarah S.
 Shaded Cream Female Long Haired 

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We carefully plan out and select each and every breeding, making sure our mother's are healthy and ready for their breeding and that they're bred to the right male. Health, conformation and dispositions of the parents are very important, with the goal in mind of producing puppies with fantastic dispositions, conformation and great health. 
We can never guarantee size, as dachshunds originally came from the standard size dachshund to begin with but we can pretty much give you an "estimate" size of what they will be as adults from the weight we have at the time we have them. Ordinarily, two miniature parents produce miniature puppies but we have seen some produce tweenies and in rare circumstances, a small standard size. We've seen a Standard Dachshund and a Miniature Dachshund produce an unusually small Miniature Dachshund whose adult weight was 5-6 lbs. grown. Again, we can give a pretty good estimate size around 5-6 weeks of age and we'll do the best we can to give you the size you are seeking, as we understand that some people specifically need a smaller size due to health reasons of their own.