Miniature Dachshund puppies purebred, both parents mini Dachshunds
Daisy who is a miniature Dachshund has had her litter of beautiful little Dachshund puppies.
She has had 3 pups and she is an amazing mum to her puppies.
The puppies have had a lot of love and time they have been looked after and cared for with all efforts. They are used to household noises and other pets. They are socialized with people and very used to being around children. If you would like one of these puppies to be part of your life please contact me.
They had their vaccinations and their wormer every two weeks.
They are eating dry food and are ready for their new home.
Please, good homes only for these two.
PS: the black and tan male is sold to a friend.
1 male and 1 female available.
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