A Doxiepoo is a mixed breed dog that is a product of breeding a Dachshund with a Poodle. However, this is not the only way to get them. They are one of the few mixes that are also successfully produced by breeding 2 of the intended mixed breeds, which in this case would be a pair of Doxiepoos. The Dachshund Poodle Mix is also one of the most unpredictable designer dogs when it comes to appearance. More often than not, they take after the Dachshund’s build and the Poodle’s coat traits. Other features like the size, temperament, and health issues are a mix of both contributing bloodlines.
The English Cream Dachshund is a type of Dachshund identified by the cream or golden brown color of their coats. It is due to the expression of the recessive chinchilla gene that is also known as the blonde gene. It mainly affects Dachshunds with red coats and spares brown or black ones. Other than the difference in coat color, the temperament, build, and health status of an English cream are the same as those of regular Dachshunds.
A Golden Dox is a mixed-breed dog from breeding a Golden Retriever and a Dachshund. Due to the size difference, the mother has to be a Golden Retriever for a safer pregnancy and delivery. This difference also makes it difficult to accurately predict the size and general appearance of the resulting mix. Despite this, the Golden Dox is easily one of the most popular mixes for its unique looks, lovable personality, and overall ease of maintenance.
Dachshunds are known for having a very clingy personality. It is therefore not always comfortable for them to be left alone at home. They also tend to suffer from separation anxiety. This is in part due to their personalities but also due to specific history in terms of separation from their litters. This further complicates matters and leads to outbursts in the form of destruction of your property, insistent barking, and crying when they are left alone. If you want to leave your dachshund home without incident, you will have to train them from a young age and leave them with enough stuff to keep them occupied.
A dameranian is a mix breed dog from a dachshund and pomeranian. The mix was first as a result of accidental mating between the two popular purebred dogs. However, it has risen in popularity in the past couple of decades as an intentional designer mix. When it comes to appearance and temperament, dameranians vary wildly from one pup to another. This is because of the vast differences in terms of build, coat traits and general temperament. Despite this inconsistency, the mixed breed dog remains one of the most popular in the world of designer dogs.
A Double Dapple Dachshund is a breed variant of the Dachshund that is known for its distinctive coat markings. It is a result of mating two Dapple Dachshunds. The offspring will have two copies of the merle gene responsible for the dapple pattern. The double-action of this pattern control gene results in the unique markings that set it apart from single dapples and other coat pattern variants of the Dachshund breed.
One of the leading causes of ill health and death with Dachshunds is obesity. Obesity is one of the biggest health issues faced by small dogs like dachshunds. Despite having playful and active personalities they are prone to being overweight for several reasons. It is more often than not as a result of inadequate exercise associated with other conditions that affect mobility. It may be due to an unhealthy diet or poor feeding practices in terms of quantity and frequency. Finally, the weight issues may be as a consequence of other hormonal disorders like diabetes and hypothyroidism.
A Brindle Dachshund is a type of Dachshund with stripe coat markings. The stripes are usually of a dark color, with tan and black being the main options. On the other hand, the base coat is often lighter, in which case tan, red, and cream are the most common coats. The different breed regulation bodies only take one stripe on a Dachshund to qualify it as a brindle. This coat pattern results from the presence of at least one copy of the dominant brindle gene.
A dachsador is a mixed breed dog that is produced as a result of artificially breeding male dachshunds and female labrador retrievers. It is one of the most versatile mixes as it combines two vastly different dogs. The appearance depends on the stronger genes. As a result, you may end up with a short and elongated dachsador or one that is larger and more proportional one.