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How much is a doxie puppy?

How much is a doxie puppy?

The Dachshund is becoming quite a popular dog choice for many reasons, and their price is dependent on several different factors. The short answer is you can expect to pay, on average, around $500-$1000 for your puppy. Depending on where you acquire your dog, prices range between $300 and $3500.

How much is a doxie worth?

The average price of Dachshunds on the AKC marketplace is $1,500 USD from a reputable breeder. However, the price of all Dachshunds can range between $400 and $1,100. If that’s too expensive, you can adopt one for $100 to $300 on sites like You may find one for even less at a local shelter.

What two breeds make a doxie?

The smooth was the first and arose from a mixture of a miniature French pointer and a pinscher. The breed also comes in two sizes: standard and miniature, with the standard the original size. The dachshund has short, strong legs that enable the dog to dig out prey and go inside burrows.

Is a Dachshund the same as a doxie?

There are no differences between Dachshunds and Doxins. They are both names that describe the purebred Dachshund dog, but the name Doxin likely came about as an alternative spelling to the original German name.

How much is a mini Doxin?

Mini Dachshunds cost anywhere from $400 to $3000. There are many factors that determine the cost, such as whether or not the dog is registered and has a pedigree, health testing performed on parents and pups, quality of the puppy, gender, coat type and color, and the current supply and demand.

How big do Doxie dogs get?

Since Doxles are a relatively new mixed breed, their sizes can vary quite a bit. They are generally considered small-medium dogs. They tend to weigh in at eleven to 30 pounds and range in height from five to 15 inches. Some may be smaller or larger.

Do Doxies shed?

It’s likely no surprise that longhaired dachshunds shed the most of the three coat types (and that when they do shed, it’s more obvious!). These doxies have a dense undercoat, so like their wirehaired friends, longhaired dachshunds shed more prominently two times a year with the seasons.

Why is it called Doxie?

They Were Bred to Hunt Badgers The name “Dachshund” is actually German for badger dog. Dachshunds’ short legs keep them low to the ground to track scents, and their narrow bodies allow them to crawl into burrows, looking for badgers. Despite their small size, Dachshunds are brave and fierce.

Why is a Dachshund called a Doxie?

One of the trickiest dog names around, the Dachshund is pronounced “daks-hund” as a reflection of their German heritage. The ‘Doxin Dog’ was developed over 300 years ago in Germany to hunt badgers, and their name reflects this. Dachs = Badgers + Hund = Dog – literally a ‘Badger Dog”!