In May, I bred my little lanky mini-doxie bitch, Chance and we've got puppies coming next week. Chance is a little 7 lbs. black and tan mini that I bred out of Cobie and Bayli. She's a really skinny and lanky little girl and she was bred in early May to Turk, a gorgeous male (a red double dapple with two striking blue eyes, kinda like you'd find in a husky). He was originally bred by Bill Boler and is a nephew to my Cobie. He is a field champion and is now owned by Teddy Moritz's apprentice. Teddy has said that Turk is one of the hardest hunting mini-doxies that she's seen. The cross should be a good one. I just got her xrayed today and she'll be having 5 puppies sometime early next week. Send me a PM if you're interested in a pup. -Joby
joby you replyed to my post about a new dog. and i am intrerested in a dachs. i have read a lot of teddy moritz articles. but i have never read about how they do outside. i know they hunt fine but i cannot keep a dog inside. i have a nice kennel and would be glad to make changes if nessessary. i just got back from deer hunting in ohio and would be glad to drive up to see your dogs, if you think i could work something out to keep one.thanks
HawkerJoe, Mini-doxie's do fine as kennel dogs and can EASILY handle your winters down in KY. You're more than welcome to come up and watch the dogs work, although I don't have any puppies available right now. The pups from my last litter are all out working under birds by now. I should have a litter sometime early next year, but don't have anything right now. Where are you located in KY? -Joby
joby thanks for the info. i would like a pup that was ready to wean about april. i have always liked spring pups so the weather is getting better so you can work with them more. and by fall they are big enough to start nosing around. can i check back with you later to see about a pup.
Hi Kathy, Actually, due to someone having to drop off my list I have a red female pup, as well as a B/T male, that will be available in about 4 weeks. The female is out of my little 7 1/4 lbs bitch Chance and a red field champion stud named Broudie, which was bred by Teddy. I actually bred Chance to Turk last year and all of the pups turned out great. So, if you're interested, send me a PM. -Joby
Well, due to some changes in plans, I've still got a little black and tan male mini-doxie available. He's out of my little 8 lbs. field champion stud Cobie, and best bitch, Bayli. If anyone is interested, please shoot me a PM. He's very strong and precocious. When I brought the 3 little bitch puppies home 2 weeks ago, he immediately tried to mount them all, and he was only 6 weeks old!! He of course got kicked off, but then he set his sights on a two year old bitch that I had picked up for a friend and he went over and tried to mount her too!! Funniest thing I've ever seen, a 6 week old puppy trying to mount a grown bitch while she was eating. She was totally unaware that he was there. Needless to say, he'll be a great stud dog as well as a hunter! -Joby
I have lost your email....my apologies for going thru this forum -- You might recall we purchased one of the bitches from your litter this year and you flew her down to Connecticut. Can you please contact me via email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or (678) 880-8744, We did not receive the papers for her (her name is Honey) I have also contacted Teddy to see if she has your information as well. Many thanks. - Kathy Gross
Hi Kathy, Good to hear from you! I do remember Honey. How is she doing? If I remember correctly, you bought her for as a gift. Although I tried to contact the person who got her a couple of times in order to send him the papers, he never contacted me back. I'll try and give you a call tomorrow. If you need to e-mail me in the future, it's always listed under my profile here. Just click on my name and my profile will pop up. Have a great new year. -Joby