Dachshund Puppies for Sale Indiana


Dachshund Puppies for Sale Indiana

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Do Dachshunds have eye problems?

Unfortunately, Dachshunds can inherit or develop a number of different eye conditions, some of which may cause blindness if not treated right away, and most of which can be extremely painful!

Do mini Dachshunds have eye problems?

Dachshund eye problems are something you want to catch as early as possible. Sometimes dachshunds develop a degenerative eye disorder called Progressive Retinal Atrophy, or PRA. It can ultimately lead to blindness as the photoreceptors in the back of the eye waste away.

What shape eyes do Dachshunds have?

Purebred Dachshunds have very long bodies and short stubby legs. They have broader paws at the front, sweet oval shaped eyes, wide foreheads, long pointy noses, big nostrils, floppy ears, a deep chest, prominent breast bones and a tail that curves gently upwards.

What Color eyes should a dachshund have?

The breed’s eye color can also vary. Light-colored dachshunds usually have green, light brown or amber eyes, or eye of two different colors such as one blue and one brown eye. Blue eyes are possible but have been labeled “undesirable” by kennel associations.

What is a hidden dapple Dachshund?

Some Dapple Dachshunds will have lots of dappling that is noticeable and some will have hidden dapple. Meaning that you cannot see the dappling but it is within the dogs genetics.

How can you tell if a Dachshund is a double dapple?

Double Dapple is the result of mating two Dapple Dachshunds together. A DD dog will always have white markings, many in the same pattern that you would associate with a collie-type dog (band around the neck, white on paws, nose, and tail tip) and often has blue eyes, but may have one or both dark eyes.

Why does a dog’s third eyelid show?

The presence of the third eyelid could be a sign that the dog’s eyeball has sunken into its socket, often because of pain and inflammation. The third eyelid covers the eye to protect it from further injury, as in the case of corneal trauma.

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