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Posted by [email protected] on February 1, 2012 at 8:20 PM

Everyone goes home sometime. I am home nearly all the time, however we are a family and have a life other than showing our dogs off. Because of this appointments are nessisary. 


One thing that really makes the hair stand on the back of my neck is when people complain about driving one to two hours to visit us and the puppies (sometimes people in our own town complain). If you already don't have time, when will you have time for your new dog ? We have had people drive from Utah, Colorado, and Navada for over 10 hours to pick up their puppies.  Please remember that you are making a lifetime commitment to your new pet, even if you do not end up buying from us, you are one step closer to finding your perfect match.The investment of time looking for your new pet should be a months worth, learn about your breeder/rescue, learn what you can about your breed, and refresh yourself on potty training.


Please don't think I’m rude if I don't accept a lower price for a puppy you’re asking about. I pay sale's tax out of my own pocket, and raising puppies is a year round commitment. It would be a mistake to think that my only commitment to your puppy is the 8 weeks it took to raise it, I house feed and medicate the parents all year long. I don't get a normal weekly pay check like most people, so when my puppies sell I start stocking up on my supplies for the rest of the year. When my puppy money runs out, then it’s up to Brian and his weekly pay check to help me out. I do this because of the relationships I form with people, and the love of the breed.

 



Our prices are very reasonable, some of our breeding dogs where $2500, and we had them flown here from out of state- so we never seen them before our purchuse. Please know that for our sale's price, you are getting an 8 year commitment from us that if your puppy has some sort of Genetic defect - that we will give you a new puppy of equal value. Your puppy will also be pre-socialized and have had vaccines and deworming done.


 


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Reply Terry
5:33 PM on September 15, 2014 
I have no problem with traveling to come to you. I would like to know what your price ranges are for a female. I recently lost my beloved Schatz after 12 years even though she was diabetic and blind for the past 7 years. I am very familiar with dachshunds and would never think of having any thing but a dachshund as they ARE very loving and loyal. I miss my girl alot.

Thaks
Terry