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The Dachshund, sometimes affectionately referred to as a “wiener dog”, “hot dog”, “sausage dog”, and “Doxie”, is known for its long body and short legs. They were originally bred to be an independent hunter of badgers and other dangerous prey. Packs of them were used to chase and hunt down wild boar. The Dachshund originated in Germany and means “badger dog” in German. Their lineage can be traced back over 600 years and they have been a national symbol of Germany for a long time. The AKC admitted them to the Stud Book in 1885 and considers them part of the Hound Group.

Country of Origin: Germany.
Related Breeds: Dachshund Mix, Chiweenie