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Cuddlesalot Dachshund Breeders
A bit about us
Home
ADULTS FOR SALE
Newest Puppies 27/03/05
Our first litter of Piebalds 27/03/05
The Devotion of a Breeder
Britty's New Litter
Taffy's new Litter
Bootsy's Puppies - past litter
Questionnaires
Past Litters
Past Litters 2
New Puppies 19/08/2003
New Litters
(NEW)Frequently Asked Questions
PRE PLANNED MATINGS
HOW TO CHOOSE A GOOD BREEDER
More Pictures of our babies. (Specialty colors)
Even More Pics of our Babies
Puppies We Have Sold
Pictures of our newborns
MY COMMITMENT TO MY BABIES AND MY CUSTOMERS
THINGS YOU WILL NEED FOR YOUR NEW BABY (PUPPY)
FACT OR FICTION?
INFORMATION THAT YOU 'NEED' TO KNOW. (AND SOME YOU MIGHT JUST LIKE TO KNOW)
COLORS (Pictures and more indepth descriptions)
A bit about us
Great Links & Books
A BIG THANK YOU TO MY BABIES NEW MOMMIES & DADDIES..
Baby's new litter - 11/09/03

General Information

We are located in Belle River, Ontario. Just 20 minutes from the Ambassador bridge that joins Michigan and Ontario.

Please call or e-mail for directions.

My husband, Bill and I have owned many different breeds of dogs in our lifetime. Everything from ShiTzu's and Poms to German Shepherds and Collies. But never before have we raised such a wonderful little dog as the Miniature Dachshund. They are truly an amazing breed. Although they were initially bred to hunt (many moons ago), they have more than proven themselves to be incredibly devoted and loyal companions. And in more recent years have proven themselves to be great show dogs.

There are many, many myths about the Dachshunds (a.k.a. weenies, doxies, jumbo juicy, etc.). One of them is that they naturally have bad backs. This is NOT true. Like any living being, without proper exercise and diet they will eventually have bad backs. Because their little spines are so long, if they become overweight their spines bend. This is where their back problems stem from.

It is also said that the long hair Doxie's shed more than their counter parts - the infamous smooth coats. This again, is not true. I have found that with proper grooming, the long hairs shed less than the smooth.





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Everyone we know asks us the same question; why on earth would you want to breed Doxie's? Or any dog for that matter?

Well, truth is, we thoroughly enjoy our Furry Little Kids. Our devotion to these little sweeties is definately to improve the breed. We are not in this to mass produce puppies, nor do we ever wish to be a puppy mill. If breeding is done properly, you do not make alot of money.



You will always want the best for them, as we do. We buy the best food for them, the best toys, give them All the Love in the world, and the best Veterinary care.

Sim and Bill Verkerk

Belle River, Ontario

Canada

519-727-5500



Please fell free to call and speak to either one of us. We will answer all of your questions to the best of our ability. Once you have, if you do, purchase one of our little babies, we offer on-going support. 7 days a week.



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