Long Haired Dachshund Adoption Procedure
He’s got plenty of energy and may be an extreme pet to live together, but he’s also lively, fun, outgoing and happy. He likes to be a part of what and requires a great deal of scratches and attention from you.
Due to their long bodies, back injuries are common in Miniature Long-haired Dachshunds. Dog breeder and coach Michele Welton quotes that 25 percent of Dachshunds undergo a spine injury in their own lives. Mini Long-haired Dachshunds also tend to be a degenerative eye disorder that leads to blindness, known as Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA). Should you get your puppy from a breeder, make sure you request proof that both parents are free of the defect.