Gorgeous female chocolate & tan miniature dachshund puppy 8 weeks old , She has been vet checked, wormed, flead and had first injection.She is thriving and had the best start in life has been raised around children 4 up to teenagers and a cat .She is Gorgeous ,playful,but very laid back ,calm and loving . Mum is not kc miniature Black and Tan our family pet this was her first litter of 4 puppies and dad is kc registered pra clear miniature tan and Isabella carrying long hair .She is looking for a loving home and is ready to leave us now she will leave us with a scented blanket ,toy , treats and puppy food. Last two pics are mum and dad .
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