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Dufailloux is a family breeding of Standard Smooth Dachshunds since 1995. We have one or two litters per year, depending on our program breeding.
All our dogs are registered and Champions.
Our priorities are health, temperament and conformation.
Please visit our website at www.dufailloux.net for further details.
Polonez Reg.Ontario, L5A 2B4
Tel.: 905-615-8566; Cell: 416-816-6511
Exclusively Miniature Long-Haired Dachshunds bred for temperament and quality.
Home-raised, fun-loving, affectionate and well socialized puppies occasionally available to the right homes.
We provide health guarantee, complimentary insurance and after-sales support.
A Longfellow's DenCobourg Street
DACHSHUNDS * MINIATURE * SHORT HAIR
Traditional Dachshunds of distinction, from registered parents.
Black and tan, as well as more exotic colours on occasion.
This year's litter includes Chocolate and Tan puppies.
Please call 519-272-4150 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
for an appointment, and leave a message.
Thank you for your interest in LONGFELLOW'S DEN. We look forward to hearing from you soon!
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