How big is a teacup miniature dachshund? A toy or teacup Dachshund is not a real dog breed, it’s just a very small miniature Dachshund. The names ‘toy’ and ‘teacup’ generally refer to Dachshunds that are less than 13cm in height to their withers and weigh less than 8 pounds or 3.6kg when fully grown.
What is the smallest breed of dachshund? In the United States and Canada, the Dachshund breed standard only has two classifications – miniature and standard. What is this? A miniature Dachshund is a dog that weights 11 lbs or under full grown (approximately 12 months old). A Dachshund that weighs less than 11 lbs is still a miniature Dachshund.
How long do teacup Dachshunds live? On average, Miniature Dachshunds live for around 12-16 years and Standard Dachshunds live for around 12-14 years. Dachshunds generally live a long life compared with other dog breeds, with many owners reporting their Dachshunds lived 18+ years.
How big will mini Dachshunds get? Miniature Dachshunds should weigh less than 11 pounds and stand around five to six inches tall. Both standard and miniature Dachshunds should appear low to the ground and have well-defined muscles.