ABOUT OUR DACHS
Selectively bred for correct conformation
Our love of dachshunds began in 1990 when "Addy," a spunky, smooth girl joined our family. We've been "hooked" ever since. We currently own seven longhaired dachshunds! How apropos for Seven Oaks Farms!
At Seven Oaks, our goal is to produce quality AKC Miniature Longhaired Dachshund puppies suitable as loving companions and worthy of successful competition. We strive to combine sires and dams from long-standing, champion-producing lines with impeccable conformation, outgoing, loving temperaments and beauty to boot. We selectively raise a few litters in our home with the desire to improve one generation upon the next and produce healthy puppies that epitomize the Dachshund standard. The puppies we do not keep to show, we place in approved, loving, responsible companion pet homes. We are serious about matching them with the right family! Everthing we do is based upon honesty and integrity. We treat you like we desire to be treated!
Our Dachshunds are an integral part of our family and can be found all over our home!!!
AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION SURVEY FINDINGS - Our PETS Relieve STRESS!
The American Heart Association released a survey that found 95% of pet parents rely on the pet for stress relief. Dr. Glenn Levine, Professor of Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine and Chief of Cardiology at the DeBakey VA Medical Center, was the lead author. "Lily" was purchased from us by Dr. Paul Klotman, President, Baylor College of Medicine, in October, 2019 just before COVID19 hit. She became what he described as Baylor’s “therapy dog.” She accompanies him to work every day and appears with him during his weekly BCM YouTube updates! Her “niece,” Lucy, lives in Durham, NC with her “mom,” Dr. Mary Klotman, Vice Chancellor and Dean of Duke University School of Medicine.