dachshund


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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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The Miniature Wire Haired Dachshund was tossed in the air "like a soft toy" and bitten on the neck and stomach during the two-minute attack.
The black dachshund, which fought the snake the hardest unfortunately absorbed most of the venomous attacks and died minutes later.
Since then, demand has been so high that they've gone on to host six further Dachshund events, with each being busier than the last.
The Dachshund Cafe was packed with canine customers and their owners
Dachshunds lap up their special day at the doggy cafe set up on Broad Street
An uncle of mine needed a companion dog-preferably, because of a family tradition, a dachshund. After a long search, I found a dog breeder who showed me two puppies.
Plus, every dachshund received a free Pupuccino to drink.
Yet look at what that cartoonist sticks on a dachshund's body - a pudgy human face, with fat jowls and crafty eyes I've never seen on any dog.
If you're not a Dachshund owner, don't fret - anyone can attend and enjoy cuddles with the many fourlegged friends attending.
* Her mom, Mama Bear, is a 2-year-old dachshund that was rescued with her family.
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.
A pop-up Dachshund Cafe at Yard & Coop in Edge Street was a chance for the dinky dogs and their owners to meet new friends.
MEET Doris the dachshund - the sausage dog who eats every meal in a baby chair.
Mum-of-two Tracy Garcia, 52, was attacked by her neighbour's dachshund crosses.
The walk, which takes place on Sunday June 3, is being held in order to raise awareness of IVDD (Intervertebral Disc Disease) - a genetic spinal problem which will affect 20% of the Dachshund breed during its life time, causing chronic back pain, rear leg paralysis and in the inability walk or stand.