" "Dachshunds may be short on legs, but they're big on personality.""
-  Josh Billings  -
Guides & Recommendation For Dachshund
At Dachworld, our team of passionate pet enthusiasts draws on years of hands-on experience in Dachshund rescue, health, and care.
We partner closely with veterinary professionals to provide the best support for Dachshunds in need.
Our website is a comprehensive resource compiled from our collective knowledge, aiming to help Dachshund owners give their dogs the best possible lives.
The goal here at Dachshund World (DachWorld.com) is to provide Dachshund owners and potential Dachshund owners with valuable resources to ensure their companion is living their best life. We provide tips, trade secrets, health information, genetic testing, and basic care including the best diet and exercise regimen as well as tips to help your long-backed companion from developing spinal problems.
Dachshund World will quickly become your go-to resource for all things Dachshund breed, including training tips, the best food for your dachshund, toys, essential products, beds, training advice, and general information on how to acquire a new dachshund for your family. The Dachshund is a fantastic dog that is dedicated to their family, happy, loving, and just a bit stubborn but just as charming in its cuteness.
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The adage adopt don’t shop is truly a double-edged sword, especially when it comes to pet ownership. Many people prefer to adopt a dog from a rescue and shelter and that is to be commended. However, many other people prefer to bring their new companion home from a breeder who has been diligent in performing genetic health testing, temperament testing, and carefully socializing and training their puppies and adults. Neither adoption nor purchasing is right nor wrong; it is simply a matter of preference.
If you are searching for a new Dachshund to add to your family, be sure to check out our section dedicated to responsible breeders and rescues. While Dachshund World does its very best to screen breeders and rescues, you will need to do your due diligence as well and thoroughly research the breeder or rescue you are interested in getting your next Dachshund from.
There is even a section on our site dedicated to those who have loved or currently love a Dachshund mix. Most of the care and training tips shared here will be beneficial to all Dachshunds, including those that may not be 100% Doxie.
While the Dachshund is not the ideal companion for every family, they do provide a loyalty that will make them a favored breed for anyone who has ever had the pleasure of owning one, or two, or maybe even more, like me who currently has nine little Doxies.
I am Bobbie Terry
My Interest with Dachshunds ❤️
Life Changes with Dachshunds
My journey as a breeder..
About 5 years ago, I was finally able to afford my first dog with full AKC registration. She was also my first long-haired miniature dachshund. She is a black and tan dapple with an excellent easy-going personality. Due to her personality, she began training as my service animal. She also had training as a therapy dog at about three months old and continued her training until she was a little over a year old.
I then purchased my first fully AKC registered male. He was a one-year-old long-haired black and cream tuxedo piebald miniature dachshund with champion bloodlines. Once I began breeding them, I discovered she has litters of 5 to 7 puppies in a variety of colors and patterns.