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Synonyms for dachshund

small long-bodied short-legged German breed of dog having a short sleek coat and long drooping ears

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Two Dachshunds rub noses and get to know each other better at the Shrewsbury Sausage Social which saw dozens of owners attend with their dogs
KIDAPAWAN CITY - One of two Dachshund hounds was killed after they fought off a cobra that tried to attack their owner's one-year old son at their residence in Barangay Lanao here, Friday afternoon.
Ticket holders who don't own a dog will be able to cosy up to dachshunds, while owners will enjoy free personalised "Puppuccinos" for their dogs and can enter their furry friends into competitions for the best dressed and sassiest pups.
| DACHSHUNDS have been kept by royal courts all over Europe, including that of Queen Victoria, who was particularly attracted to the breed.
I watched the docu with a dachshund, realizing she could have ended up like one of the dogs in the film, but here she was, sitting in the lap (mine) of luxury.
I can't speak for other dogs but generally speaking, we dachshunds are a friendly bunch.
Sadly, the Dachshund Cafe will only be in the city for one day, so if you're a fan of the breed, make sure you're free on Saturday, June 23.
Vet Victor Molnar, from Dartford in Kent, was brought to justice when retired Paisley teacher Mary McFarlane paid PS700 for a miniature dachshund called Janet.
Susanne Kupke, from Dachshunds North East UK, said: "We had so much fun filming with Martin Parr in Newcastle.
Mum-of-two Tracy Garcia, 52, was attacked by her neighbour's dachshund crosses.
More than 1,000 dachshunds descended on Heaton Park for a mass walkies.
Nowhere, however, are there more dachshunds than in Japan, with around 20,000 puppies born annually.
The puppies subjected to with no rest travelling More than 80 per cent were French Bulldogs, Dachshunds, English Bulldogs and Pugs - commonly considered "designer" breeds because of their high demand.
BETWEEN 2015 AND 2017 841puppies were intercepted on their way into Great Britain 671of those were deemed illegal and were seized and quarantined 80% of those found to be illegal were: The average price paid each puppy in Great PS1,000 PS1,570 PS880 Dachshunds French bulldogs and Pugs spent an average of PS849per smuggled puppy on medical costs quarantine But 40puppies died before they could be rehomed due to poor breeding, illness, and conditions of travel
Chamberlin, who has lived with dachshunds for many years, also wrote the book "Marcy Mary: The Memoirs of a Dachshund American Princess: The Early Years." She and her husband, John, live in Newbury Park, CA, with Archie, a rescued piebald dachshund.
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