The short answer to that question is a Yes.
Dachshunds can have white markings on their coats. In fact, others even have a full white coat, although this is not as common as your darker-colored ones. Both the UK Kennel Club and the US Breed Standard do not recognize white Dachshunds.
The latter, however, indicates that a type of Dachshund such as the Piebald can have some white markings on their coat. They have been accepted as a standard breed for dachshund.
As mentioned earlier, white Dachshunds can either be an Albino or a Double Dapple. Let us take a look at the two and what’s unique about each of them.
Albino Dachshunds lack the genes required by the body to produce melanin or the pigment that impacts hair and skin coloring. Thus, these dogs have white coats. They also have pink skin around the eyes, making their eyes appear quite pinkish.
It is important to note that Dachshunds with white coats are not necessarily albino if they have dark noses or eyes. It is the pink skin, pinkish eyes, and pink nose that define them as albinos.
Double Dapple Dachshund
As for the Double Dapple Dachshund, this dog often has blue eyes. These canines do not have a full white coat. Instead they have white markings on the paws, tip of the tail, nose, and the band around their necks. It is also typical of these dogs to have a deformed eye.