Life is Better with a Bender Dachs
Beth Bender
Hardin, Montana (406)679-1219~Text Only

OAKLEY~ click name for Pedigree

Oakley was born right here.  He is a grandson of our retired show boy, Beemer. (Who came from prestigous Stoneriver Dachshunds in Michigan)We are very happy with how lovely he is. He is happy and goofy.  Oakley is small for a cream, but he has nice bone, and weighs 9 pounds. He carries Black and  Tuxedo Piebald. 
Genetic Tests completed:  Cord 1 PRA tested: n/P  and AKC DNA panel
Stud Fee: $500 up front, or possible "Puppy Back" option
(At Benderdachs discretion)
This is BEEMER & Beth winning his first Champion points!  He did very well in the show ring. Then he decided  he just didn't enjoy it anymore.

HUNTER   Click Name for pedigree

Hunter is our Piebald boy. He is a Longhair Black&Tan Piebald.  He carries cream and chocolate. Like most Piebalds, his pedgree is unremarkable. (Very few show breeders bred piebalds, then they were banned from showing for many years. As of 2018, they are once again allowed in the show ring.) 

Hunter is growing up nicely.  We are excited at the potential of having adorable Piebald Puppies mid-late 2019! Hunter is very social, yet mellow. He loves tummy rubs! 
Hunter has had a full genetic panel completed through Optimal Selection.
Results available By Request.
Available for stud service after he is proven,  mid-late in 2019. 

ELVIS  Click name for Pedigree

Was born here, and is co-owned by us, but he lives nearby at McDoxies..
He is a longhair Black&Tan Dapple. (see the faint black patches on his side?)
Elvis has a spectacular pedigree, with BOTH Grand sires being AKC BISS GRAND Champions! He carries cream. Altough he is still growing, we expect he will weigh about 12 pounds once mature.
Stud service with Elvis will be limited to  NON- Dappled females with complimentary pedigrees. (Well known kennels, Champions, or Imports in the pedigree.)   Available for service after he is proven, mid-late 2019.  

We also occassionally use studs from other breeders,  
in order to improve genetic diversity or when their boy might be a better match to one of our girls.