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Need financing for a Dachshund puppy? We can certainly help you with that. Get a loan offer in minutes. First, enter in how much you expect to spend. (Average Cost: $1000 – $2500)

If approved your lender will deposit cash in your account. This will let you shop for your new puppy as a CASH buyer, allowing you to use ANY breeder you like.

A dachshund puppy purchased with puppy financing.

Financing A Dachshund Puppy

Yes, it really is possible to finance a Dachshund puppy and it is far more common than you might think. With the cost of pure bred puppies reaching well into the thousands, it really should not come as a surprise.

We make it easy for you to get this financing. We ourselves are not lender and that is certainly to your benefit. Instead, we get you access to a larger group of online lenders. More lenders makes it easier to get an approved offer from one of them. Take a look at how it works.

Getting Your Puppy Money

First, you need to fill out the puppy financing quote form. Lucky for you, it does not take that long. Most people can complete it in a matter of minutes.

The first question that the form will ask is how much you expect to spend. The average pure bred puppy will go for around 1500 to 2000 dollars, but some breeds such as French Bulldog puppies can fetch much higher prices. Do your best to estimate how much you will spend. There are a few tips on this at the bottom of the page.

Next, you will need to enter some basic information about yourself and your source of income. Wrap it up with your bank account number. This is needed because, if approved and if you accept an offer, you will receive your loan money in cash. That makes you a cash buyer allowing you to shop ANY breeder that you like.

When you are done, read the terms of service and, if you agree, submit your quote. Then all that you have to do is wait a moment for your answer. Most loan quote requests are handled fairly quickly.

If approved for Dachshund financing, one lender in the group will make you an offer. You will then visit their website to view the offer and complete the loan, if you choose to accept it.

Making Your Pet Loan Decision

Once you have an offer, you should take a few minutes to review the details carefully. Not all loans are a good deal and that is especially true if you have bad credit.

Consider a few things before you just accept the money and rush off to buy your Dachshund.

For starters, can you afford the loan payment? Plug that figure into your budget and see how things look. Will there be enough money left behind for other expenses or will your pet loan make things too tight. If the loan payment does not fit, you need to cut some expenses, make some more money or just turn down the loan.

Next, ask yourself if the cost is too high? This is almost certainly a luxury expense so make sure that the cost of the loan is worth it to you. This is a personal decision. Is it worth borrowing 2000 dollars if you need to pay back 3500 dollars after interest and fees? Some would say yes and some would say no.

How Much Do You Need?

Deciding how much to borrow is an important decision. You do not want to borrow too much money and you do not want to come up short either. Here are some of the costs that you will incur the first year of puppy ownership.

Dachshund Breeder Costs

Obviously, you need to pay the breeder for the puppy but how much? The average Dachshund will cost about 1500 dollars from a good breeder. You might find one cheaper from a “backyard breeder” but that pens up a whole other can of worms. Go with a good breeder.

Veterinary Costs

You can expect to spend over 1000 dollars on first year veterinary costs. This includes things like regular check ups, vaccinations and eventually spaying or neutering. Lucky for you though, these things are often charged by the pound and Dachshunds are on the lighter side of the canine family. You do not want to know how much Great Danes cost in health care.

Food & Other Supplies

Do not even think about going cheap on dog food. Cheap dog food is loaded with fillers. This means two things. Your dog will get less of its nutritional needs met and it will leave you more presents in the back yard.

Besides food, your new puppy will also need bedding, treats, toys, grooming products, etc. Factor in another 500 dollars in the first year for all of this, more if you really want to spoil them.

Your Total Cost

As you can see, your new puppy can easily cost you 3000 dollars or more over the first year of life. Lucky for you, this would be a cash loan, so you can ask for however much you like.

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