The Dachshund is a superstar of the canine world thanks to his renowned long, low silhouette, perpetually attentive expression, and bright, energetic nature. Dachshunds are available in two sizes and three different coat types in a range of hues and patterns. The word “icon” is frequently overused, yet the Dachshund is unquestionably a symbol of purebred dogdom with his distinctive long-backed physique, short legs, and enormous personality. Dachshunds can have one of three coat types: smooth, wirehaired, or longhaired, and range in size from the standard (about 16 to 32 pounds) to miniature (11 pounds or less). Despite not being designed for long-distance running, high jumps, or vigorous swimming, dachshunds are otherwise up for everything. They make excellent watchdogs since they are observant, smart, and bark like huge dogs.
They can be bold to the point of recklessness and a little stubborn because they were bred to hunt dangerous prey on their own, but their lovable attitude and distinctive appearance have captured the hearts of millions of people all over the world.