Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Dog Days of Summer 2012 = Labor Month...

Labor Day marks the unofficial end of summer and it brings all that “heat” we’ve been talking about to an end... but, not before delivering our last two litters of the year. When we say, “we only have a few litters a year”, it’s true. It just so happens that all five of them came back-to-back in August. What was “The Dog Days of Summer” literally became “Labor Month”.

How does this happen? Well, when you have several breeding females it seems like they all end up getting on the same heat cycle after a couple of years...kind of like women working together in the same office for a while. Ideally, we would not choose to have five litters this close together but there were some extenuating circumstances that guided our decisions. Furthermore, when it’s all said and done, it’s almost easier going through all the stages from breeding to homing the puppies at once.

So you’re probably asking yourself... “Self, what were those “extenuating circumstances” that led Dachshund Hall to have this many breedings back-to-back?” Glad you asked. Every breeding does not guarantee a litter of puppies and for some of these pairings it was their first breeding or attempted breeding. Sawyer, (our longhaired shaded cream male with Sniffntells lines) who sired two of these litters was an unproven stud...not anymore. Ellie, would not breed her first time, but this time she was ready to become a mama and she’s a good one. So, there were a couple of unknowns that could have potentially left us with just two litters instead of five. In the end, all breedings were successful and we have a host of happy, healthy, Dachshund Hall puppy love looking for wonderful new homes!

Congratulations to “Hall’s Don’t Touch My ‘Willy’” and “CLV ‘Image’of Talker” on their litter! They are the proud parents of four adorable longhaired miniature dachshund puppies. You can see Image’s litter in “Dachshund Hall - Litter #4”.

Here’s what Willy & Image had. The time of birth, colors, sexes and weights are as follows:

*7:33 a.m. - “Margo” a Chocolate & Tan - Female - 7.8 oz.
*8:13 a.m. - “Maddox” a Black & Tan - Male - 7.4 oz.
*9:45 a.m. - “Mallory” a Black & Cream - Female - 7.1 oz.
*10:05 a.m. - “Marci” a Chocolate & Cream - Female - 6.0 oz..

Further congratulations are in order for “Hall’s ‘Sawyer’ Magic Trick” and “Gb’s ‘Agatha’ Christie” on their litter of three beautiful beautiful longhaired shaded cream miniature dachshund puppies. You can see Agatha’s litter in“Dachshund Hall - Litter #5”.

Here’s what Sawyer & Agatha had. The time of birth, colors, sexes and weights are as follows:

*11:45 a.m. - “Annabelle” a Shaded Cream - Female - 6.3 oz.
*1:55 p.m. - “Alex” a Shaded Cream - Male - 5.3 oz.
*2:31 p.m. - “Adonis” a Shaded Cream - Male - 6.1 oz.

We generally upload new individual puppy photos every two weeks.

All of our dachshunds have excellent pedigrees which you can easily view on the “Dachshund Hall of Pedigrees” page.


See us first, or see us last. Either way, you’ll see the difference. We are proud to register with the American Kennel Club and equally proud to report that Dachshund Hall is 100% in compliance with AKC Rules and Regulations! On top of that, during our most recent inspection, we were awarded the “Gold Seal Certificate of Inspection” which only about 20% of breeders ever receive.

We are conveniently and centrally located just minutes south of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex in north Texas.

We take great pride in trying to breed the best quality puppies with proper conformation, great temperament, good health and beauty. Our dogs are like our children, raised in our home and well socialized from birth. Your Dachshund Hall puppy will come pre-spoiled and be ready to take over your home at eight weeks of age. All Dachshund Hall puppies come with a health guarantee and are current on their vaccines and de-wormed according to their age. Your Dachshund Hall Doggie Bag will include your puppy’s receiving blanket, health record, AKC Registration papers, a starter sample of Exclusive Puppy food, treats and more. Best of all... you’ll become a Dachshundhallic and be a part of one of the biggest, most loved dachshund families around ~ Dachshund Hall!

Our miniature dachshund puppies are sold to approved homes only. We DO NOT ship. We prefer you pick your dachshund puppy up. However, we will gladly arrange to meet you at DFW Airport or within a two hour radius of our home. Delivery is not included in the price of the puppy and will be quoted prior to purchase. We’d like to get to know you so come for a short or long visit any time.

Like the song say’s... “The doggies bawl - and bawl and bawl. Deep in the heart of Texas.” Come get your long little doggie!

We make no bones about it, Dachshund Hall is the best place around to “Get a long little doggie!”


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So loooooooong for now.

Paula & Jeff Hall