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Dachshunds can develop separation anxiety when left at home alone for extended periods, especially without much to do. Interactive toys, calming pheremones and supplements alongside behavioural training strategies ensure a happy and content dachshund!
It's important to keep your Dachshund lean! Keeping them healthy and lean can reduce the risks of back injuries. They are also intelligent dogs loves solving puzzles, use a puzzle feeder or slow feeder bowl to help make their mealtimes more interactive.
As Dachshunds are prone to back injuries due to their long backs, it is a good idea to help them get off of higher surfaces by using mobility aids such as stairs or ramps. Joint supplements can also be used to help support overall joint health as well.
It is recommended to use a harness type collar as this helps distribute the force of the leash over the neck and the chest instead of solely around the neck.
Keep your Dachshund warm and cosy in the cool winter months with snuggly beds. You can also keep them safe and not doing any high risk activities while you're not at home by turning a crate into a comfy little bedroom for them to hang out in while you're out and about.
Give your Dachshund puppy the best possible start in life with premium quality small breed puppy food designed to support healthy bone and joint growth. Other essentials include puppy training pads, chew toys, crates, beds etc.
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