Mendy C: How do I sell dachshund puppies for the first time?
Hello, I have a female chocolate dachshund and a cream and white male dachshund and they both have papers. They are going to have puppies together and this my first time selling puppies and I don't know how to get papers with the puppys and good stuff like that. So if you could help me out on this than that would be good.
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Answer by Channel16WaitingForAction
Ask your mentor.
Answer by shannynagle
First of all the coloring of those dogs means that you probalbly are a back yard breeder, did you run all the tests on the bitch and stud you used? No? Does the bitch and stud you used have papers? No? These dogs arn't worth much maybe you should go to your vet get them nuetered and then give them away, you have no right to breeding if you didn't run tests and look into all of this before you breed, whoever told you to breed shouldn't have,
YOU are a back yard breeder. oh and anyone who buys these puppies is just keeping all the puppy mills going.
Answer by Brenda Clayton to shannynagle
Obviously you can not read. she stated right in her post both the dam and sire were papered.
Answer by AUSSIEMOM
YOUR PUPS are not worth more than $ 25.
you are a BYB,, you have not proven that your dogs are of breeding quality.. etc. etc. etc.
just concentrate on finding good homes .. and chalk this up to a lesson learned.
you need to apply for LITTER REGISTRATION from the AKC.. then YOU MUST SELL ALL THE POORLY BRED PUPS WITH LIMITED REGISTRATIONS
Answer by Bonnie L
How about asking your breeding mentor, you do have one, don't you?
You don't know about the papers? That raises a red flag to me. If they are registered with the Continental Kennel Club, that means squat, those papers are absolutely worthless.
Are both of your dogs breed champions. Obviously not if you don't have their registration papers.
Do both dogs have all of their health and genetic testing done?
Do you have committed homes for all pups?
Do you have a health contract and a contract stating that you'll take the pups back at any time and for any reason?
Do you have upwards of $ 2000.00 if your dog should need an emergency c-section during her pregnancy or whelping?
Has your female had an ultrasound done to see how many pups to expect?
Have you delivered a litter of pups before? What will you do if she should have whelping problems?
Millions of dogs are euthanized each year because of backyard breeders like yourself. It's NOT to late to abort and spay, the RIGHT thing to do.
Answer by xxx to Bonnie L
Amazing how you being a top notch American Kennel Club breeder and all, can have the time and the gall to police the Internet. Bad-mouth every single Tom, Dick and Harry you know absolutely nothing about….I’m not one bit surprised to read something on the web, AGAIN, where there just so happens to be another child hiding behind their keyboard ready to attack with their BIG words. Bet you wouldn’t scream your self righteous antics in public. I mean this for the whole lot of you talking this talk you talk. You think just because you breed one purebred dog in your whole life that it makes you GOD.
And Yes I’m totally aware I’m responding over three years later. I do have other things to do than google where to attack internet bullies like you.
And a FYI, she did mention in her post that the dam and the sir are papered. Doesn’t seem to me that the Dachshund parents are completely worthless, therefore, the pups wouldn’t be either. Most smart people have a preference to what kind of dog they add to their FAMILY. Not a preference in a dog they want to put to work because that’s how people like you survive hiding behind your computer. Heaven forbid that you walk away from the computer to get yourself a job. The Dog/slave earns the keep for your household.
And who in there right mind answers a question with, not one, but eight questions?
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