Hopefully here you will find a good mix of knowledge about the wire haired dachshund and some anecdotes that will make you smile. I have come across this breed of dog by accident but I am certain it was meant to be. The character and tenacity of the breed fits very well with my lifestyle and (although biased) cannot recommend them enough as happy friendly house dogs, show off show dogs or tenacious hunters for the working community.
Our aim as a breeding kennels is to breed fit and healthy pups that follow the Kennel Club Breed Standard and are fit for purpose
We are a home based kennels so all our puppies are well socialised and used to the general household noises. Having retired early I can now concentrate on my dogs full time and ensure they receive the best of everything from veterinary attention to food and as we all love the outside much fresh air.
All of my dachshunds try the show ring and we have had some fantastic results with Daisy obtaining her stud book number, Amiety achieving a Reserve Best of Breed at a Championship Show, both girls doing well at Crufts and Brokk receiving a Reserve Best of Breed at only his second show. Bailey has already achieved a Best Puppy in Breed and we look forward to Clyde stepping out soon.
We are a small kennels based in the centre of England, midway between London and Edinburgh, close to the M1, M62 and other motorway links. We are also within easy reach of Leeds/Bradford Airport, Manchester Airport and Hull Docks. Train stations at Leeds York and Harrogate are almost equidistant.