Recent Examples of dachshund from the Web
That’s fine with Annie, the Bjerkes’ mini dachshund, who doesn’t seem to miss the backyard lawn.
Angela Alioto has eight dogs (terrier, toy poodle, two dachshunds, French bulldog, ridgeback, goldendoodle and cavapoo).
The long bodies and stout thoraxes of dachshunds, for example, had to be taken into account.
And what about Labs, Chihuahuas, dachshunds and Dalmatians — why do those familiar pooches always get shut out?
Jerry’s dachshund-mix puppy, Siggy, scampers down the corridor.
The couple brought their 6-month-old miniature dachshund, Wrigley, to the pet parade and costume contest.
In short, this weekend will be a good one for outdoor activities like, say, watching dachshunds race at the Fair Grounds Race Course or checking out some local jazz, R&B and Gospel artists at Soul Fest presented by AARP over at the Audubon Zoo.
Within a week or two of joining the program, a nurse told Jeffries about her patient whose dachshund was scratching himself raw.
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Origin and Etymology of dachshund
First Known Use: 1878See Words from the same year
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Definition of dachshund for English Language Learners
: a small type of dog that has a long body, very short legs, and long ears
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