Dogs for sale in portugal.
Portugal - Dog Breed
We are currently offering 5 dogs for sale from the following breeds: Dachshund, Portuguese Water Dog.
These dogs will be shown in the next show in Portugal - Mondeira das Pedras.
These dogs can be viewed in PORTUGAL - Mondeira das Pedras.
You can send inquiries to Mondeira das Pedras about the dog's avlability for a breeding / adoption request.
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Here you can read a little more about these breeds.
This miniature dog from Germany has a long snout, a smooth coat and a tl. They like to bark. Dachshunds were originally bred as herding dogs, but today, they are used as pet dogs and show dogs. Their coat is double and does not grow long. They have a white head and neck, yellow feet and four toes. The average size of the dog is about 26-30cm (10-12 inches) in height.
The average lifespan of a dog is about 10 years.
The Dachshund is one of the most popular breeds in Germany, but their history in Portugal is frly recent. The Dachshund is only one of several breeds that are imported into Portugal. This is thanks to the large numbers of German immigrants who moved to Portugal when Portugal was annexed by Germany in the 1870s. They came from other countries, including Hungary, Czech Republic and Slovakia, but most of them came from Germany.
Today, the dog is very common in Portugal, especially in the North and the Centre. It was introduced to the South in the 1990s, at the same time the Portuguese have brought in other European breeds like the German Shepherd, Boxer, Bulldog and others. Their first litter in Portugal came in 1994. Since then, they have been bred regularly. Because of this, it is now well established. It is very common in both pet and show dogs.
Longevity: 10-15 years
Average weight: 6-8kg (13-18lbs)
Temperament: playful, lively, curious, protective, loving, courageous, lively, independent, affectionate, sensitive, loyal, smart, alert, brave, brave, eager to learn
Dachshund Life Expectancy: The life expectancy of a Dachshund is 10-15 years. The Dachshund is among the longest-lived dog breeds in the world. The average Dachshund will reach a lifetime of 10-15 years old. Dachshunds live longer than most dog breeds because they are hardy dogs, and they have a slower metabolism.
Origin: The dachshund is most likely descended from the spitz breed, though it is not entirely certn which breed was the original ancestor.
The breed was originally recognized as an offshoot of the spitz breed. Today, the spitz, or das hund, is the most common interpretation.
The Dachshund comes in many different colors, although the traditional color is white with some shades of tan, red, or black.
Dachshunds have a long, double coat, but it is much shorter than the coats of the Schnauzer and Pinscher breeds. Dachshund coats are typically soft, although some may have longer, coarser coats. Some coat varieties include the docked, topknot, double coat, and wirehred varieties.
Dachshunds tend to be hardy and live long lives.
The average life expectancy is 12-15 years.
It is normal for Dachshunds to have respiratory problems, especially during the winter months.
Dachshunds may need to undergo routine flea and parasite treatment, which is usually done annually.
Dachshunds have an average litter size of 1.5 puppies.
However, Dachshunds may have any number of litters.
A breeder who understands the genetics of the Dachshund should be able to predict the size of a litter.
A playful Dachshund is a quick-witted, fun-loving dog. They are social animals and love to play with children. When your Dachshund puppy is playing, be careful not to get too close. Dachshunds have a tendency to bite. If a playful Dachshund snaps at you, you need to walk away quickly.
A playful, affectionate Dachshund will be playful and affectionate with its family.
A playful, intelligent Dachshund is a happy dog and may show no signs of intellect, while an intelligent, playful Dachshund will want to play, fetch, or work with you.
A playful, social Dachshund will want to play, fetch, and be around people. The Dachshund may have a high drive to be around people and to play with them.
Trning tips: Dachshunds like to fetch and have a lot of energy. You will need to set up some games and toys for the Dachshund to play with.
The life span of a Dachshund depends on the individual, but most Dachshunds live for 11-15 years.
LIFE SPAN: 11-15 years
A playful, social Dachshund can weigh up to 70 pounds.
A playful, affectionate Dachshund will need to have its nls clipped regularly. If you have a house with wood floors, it may be necessary to remove any loose nls.
Dachshunds have the same health issues that dogs have, including:
TYPES OF DOGS THAT DAKHESHUNDS MIGHT BE INTERESTED IN:
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