The Cascade Dachshund Club is proud to sponsor this page. As ambassadors of the Dachshund for over 50 years we continue to strive in our quest to educate the public about this magnificent and versatile breed, we all so dearly love. Many of us were introduced to Dachshunds during our childhoods. I know the Dachshunds of my youth had fur that absorbed many a tear, for they were always there when I needed a friend. Others found the breed after reaching adulthood. No matter when you're introduced to living with a Dachshund you will be amazed at how they intertwine your thoughts and warm your lap! Our club members field many calls from current Dachshund owners and prospective Dachshund owners. We are here to help you!
Please look through the website where you will find answers to many of your questions. More so than that though, we hope this site will prompt you to educate yourself further, whether you're currently a Dachshund owner or considering adding one to your human family. A well bred Dachshunds will live easily 10-14 years. Please keep this in mind as you think about purchasing one for yourself or your child or your elderly parent. The main caretaker of the household will ultimately be responsible for training and upkeep of your Dachshund, be sure you're ready for this long-term commitment! Food for thought: Dachshunds come in three coats and two sizes! The most common of which is the smooth coated miniature. You have no idea how many calls we get with requests for a "miniature, smooth, red, female" Dachshund. If this is what you want, prepare to be patient! If you're open to the other coats and sizes you will have a wonderland of Dachshunds to consider! Please click on this link for the AKC Standard it describes all three coats and both sizes. The Dachshund Club of America website is also an excellent source of information about Dachshunds. We are proud that they are our Parent Club!
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