If you are looking for a Dachshund breeder in WA state, you have come to the right place.
I’m a local Dachshund lover who runs a 2,000 member Dachshund club – the Adventurewiener Club – and many of our members have purchased Dachshund puppies from breeders in Washington State.
A few breeders are actually club members.
This means I have met some of the Dachshund breeders in the state myself and have listened to direct experiences of many people who have purchased a Dachshund puppy in Washington State.
Why I Made This List
Up until now, I have stayed away from publishing a list of breeders in the state.
Mostly for two reasons:
- I try to stay away from controversial topics on my blog.
Buying a Dachshund puppy vs rescuing a Dachshund is a very touchy subject.
Many people are of one mind of the other, but not both.
My personal belief, in a nutshell, is that either choice is ok and it is up to the person making that choice.
2. I don’t want to overwhelm the Dachshund breeders in Washington
I’ don’t mean to brag but a lot of people read my blog and trust my advice.
By listing the people who sell Dahchsund puppies in Washington, there is the potential for me to funnel a ton of requests to these breeders.
Post-pandemic, the demand for puppies has increased so they are probably already overwhelmed with requests. In many cases, their waiting lists are already a year long.
With that being said, I have found myself answering the question about Dachshund breeders near Seattle over, and over, and over, and over again.
That means I am spending a lot of the same time answering the same question over and over and I am already spreading the word about these breeders.
So here is the list of my recommendations for Dachshund breeders in Washington State.
Please Consider Rescue First
As I said, my personal belief is that the choice of rescue vs buying a Dahchsund is personal.
However, I do believe that it should be an educated choice.
The quick pros and cons of a rescue vs buying a puppy from a breeder are:
- You don’t need to go through the crazy puppy stage
- You have a pretty good idea of a Dachshund’s personality because it’s more extablished
- The adoption fee is almost always less than the fee for a new puppy
- You’re saving a Dachshund that doesn’t havea home to make a space for another one that needs help
- You can have some guaruntee of the health through the family lineage of the puppy and health testing
- You can mould, shape, and train your puppy from a very young age
- While a good one will ask you questions about your living situation and lifestyle, the requirements aren’t as strict as it is for most rescues
My Dachshund Gretel is a recue and Summit was purchased from a breeder so no judgement here.
But if you want to consider a rescue, here are a few options in for Dachshund rescues in Washington State.
- Hearts4Doxies Rescue (near Seattle)
- Oregon Dachshund Rescue (just over the WA border and they sometimes transport)
- Petfinder (a way to find a Dahcshund at a non-specific Dachshund rescue)
How Much Should You Expect to Pay for a Dachshund Puppy?
If you are buying a puppy from a quality breeder, expect to pay an average of $1,000 to $3,000 for a pet quality puppy.
I’ve never bought a show-quality Dahchsund but do have some past experience with breeders of show cats.
I would expect a show quality Dachshund, or even pet quality that comes from a show breeder, to cost more. My guess is those puppies will be $2,000 and up.
True show quality Dachshunds might cost as much as $10,000 and may come with a co-owner contract, meaning that you and the breeder both own the dog.
Avoiding A Dachshund Puppy Scam
I plan to write a longer article about this topic but, until I do, watch out for these puppy scam red flags:
- A website with a lot of puppies availableIf you find a puppy online
- A puppy that is ready to be picked up or shipped to you now
- A Dachshund puppy that cost $650 or $750 (seemingly the most popular Dachshund puppy scam price).
- A website with dozens of puppies that are all the same age (one litter is usually 5-6 puppies max)
- A website full of flashy and popular colors
- The person pressures you for the deposit or shipping fees
It’s always a good idea to do a Google reverse image search for the puppy you are interested in if you are not positive the breeder is trustworthy.
So many scammers use pictures of puppies from Instagram, or random places online, to try and get you to send them money.
You can be guarunteed that, although the health and quality of each Dachshund can vary, the breeders listed below are not scams.
Recommended Dachshund Breeders in Washington
Mine is not a list of all Dachshund breeders in Washington State.
I don’t like to badmouth breeders or people that I don’t have much expeirence with.
The ones on this list are breeders that I either know personally, have heard only good things about, or have heard very few bad things about.
I will add to this list as needed but it’s best to assume that if you don’t see a breeder on this list, they should be approached with caution.
You can always contact me to ask about a specific breeder if it is not on this list.
Read my Tips for Buying a Dachshund Puppy to know what questions to ask breeders before you buy a puppy.
1) Sandstone Dachshunds – Seattle, WA
Sandstone Dachshunds breeds long hair miniature Dachshunds.
I know they show at least one of their Dachshunds.
Several of our early club members had cream long hair miniature Dachshunds from them and they were beautiful.
2) Getalong Little Doxie – Marysville, WA
Getalong Little Doxie breeds both short and long hair miniature Dachshunds of varying colors.
The owner is a member of our Dachshund club that I have met in person.
3) EvregreenDox Dachshunds – Moses Lake, WA
Evergreen Dox breeds long haired miniature Dachshunds.
They raise all of our puppies their home and puppies come with first shots and a written health guaruntee. All of our adults are AKC registered.
4) Teenie Weenie Farm – Yakima, WA
Teenie Weenie Farm produces both short and long hair miniature Dachshunds of varying colors.
The owner is a member of our Dachshund club that I have met in person.
5) SunChime Skyes – Tacoma, WA
SunChime Skyes breeds miniature Dachshunds in all colors and patterns.
However, they focus on chocolate, cream, red, and black, in points, piebald, brindle, and dapple.
The owner of Teenie Wennie Farms knows and trusts this breeder (and I trust her).
6) English Cream Doxies – Walla Walla, WA
English Cream Doxies breeds, you guessed it, English Cream Dachshunds. Specifically, the long hair variety and miniatures.
Their Dachshunds, Hellen and Goerge, are AKC Registered Dachshunds with excellent bloodlines and the best of personalities.
7) Cimarron Farm – Chehalis, WA
Cimarron Farm is run by a woman who is a veterinarian. She breeds long hair miniature Dachshunds.
They have litters spaced throughout the year and emphasize temperament and health in my breeding program.
8) Von Kue Dachshunds – Vancouver, WA
Von Kue Dachshunds breeds standard long haired Dachshunds.
They show their dogs and give prefrence to to show homes but they occasionally have pet-quality puppies available.
9) Wyndam Field Dachshunds – Oak Harbor, WA
Wyndam Field Dachshunds raises show quality long hair miniature Dachshunds.
Wyndam was recommended by a member of our Dachshund club.
10) Wagsmore Dachshunds – located “Across Puget Sound” from Seattle, WA
Wagsmore Dachshunds breed show quality miniature Dachshunds but also occasionally have some pet quality puppies.
Their dogs have completed many sports championships , won at multiple national specialty shows.
They breed with a “quality not quantity” mentalit so each litter is carefully planned with health, beauty and temperament in mind.
11) Hathor Farm – Whidbey Island, WA
Hathor Farm breeds show quality standard wirehair Dachshunds.
The dogs represent an unique blend of European and American bloodlines, are both devoted companions and enthusiastic partners in all manner of dog sport, and nationally recognized for both their talent and beauty.
About the Author
Hi, I’m Jessica. I’ve been studying the Dachshund breed since 2007, owned 3 of my own, and shared in the lives of thousands of others through their owner’s stories. When I’m not sharing what I know on this blog, you can find me hiking, camping, and traveling with my adventurous wiener dogs.