Dapple Long Haired Mini Dachshund
When it comes to dogs, there is no more appropriate description for the dapple long-haired mini dachshund than “miniature dachshund”. This breeds hybrid of small red fox and small white dog was bred to provide a smaller dog that could be able to compete with the larger, darker types of dogs. Miniature dachshunds are actually smaller than the standard dachshund but they have the same intelligence, social skills, good looks, and even the same sex appeal that they are so well known for. The dapple long-haired mini dachshund is actually quite beautiful with a face that has more of a smile than a frown.
Some people say that the dachshund may have originated in England but this is not true. The dachshund is actually a close relative of the Giant Schnauzer and the miniature dachshunds actually look like the long-haired version of the big Schnauzer. The dachshund is also very similar to the full-sized Schnauzer as well as the English Springer spaniel and the collie. All of these breeds are of course genetic recessive, which means that they either gain or lose their dominant characteristics due to inbreeding, which is also why these little dogs are quite rarely neutered.
In short, the dapple long-haired mini dachshund was not bred for looks but rather a temperament. The dachshund is not as aggressive as other small dogs and therefore does not need to be constantly protected. On the other hand, he is also not as high maintenance as other larger breeds and thus can live up to twenty years or more without being wormed or having any type of dental work done. They are not allergy prone either and are more tolerant of many different types of allergies than most other types of dogs.
The dachshund is also quite friendly and comfortable with other animals. In fact, he can be very well socialized with humans and sometimes even with children when properly handled. In fact, some families have two dachshunds that they take out together. These two little dogs are often kept on opposite sides of the fence in the yard but can easily be let off to play by the door. In fact, they love this type of independence so much that they will become overly territorial if left alone.
The dachshund also seems to be quite adaptable and can be used for a wide variety of things. This means that they can be placed in dog shows, show ring, obedience competitions, and even for an assistance dog. They do not seem to mind being in these types of settings though and they make wonderful pets. For example, they can be great watchdogs but they will also be excellent at patrolling and can alert the owner or anyone else that is around about anything suspicious or suspiciously behaving.
There are many different types of collars and leashes that the dachshund can wear. Some dogs can only be put on a leash for a short distance and others can be worn all the time. It is important to note that the dapple long-haired mini dachshund is not a lap dog and should be fed on demand and on schedule instead of as a snack.
The dapple long-haired mini dachshund does not enjoy bathing as much as other types of dogs. This is not usually a problem but it does need to be done on a regular basis. The dachshund is a breed that can get a bit lanky if you do not give them a good brushing and bathing routine. By wearing a flea collar when they are outside the home you can help to curb their desire to roam and jump all over things like carpeting and furniture.
The dachshund also has the reputation of being a toy dog but this is not always the case. A lot of these dogs will get into scrapes and accidents like eating a dog bed, other cushions, and carpet but this is fairly rare. and generally the dachshund will tolerate these things as long as they are supervised by their owners.