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    • Silver Charm
    • January 11, 2015

    These are simply great family dogs, easy to train. 

    • Mary Tenpenny
    • January 11, 2015

    My dachshund smiles!!! :)

    • Hayley Nelson
    • January 11, 2015

    they’re the most lovable little shits ever

    • sdgakatbk
    • January 11, 2015

    Glad some people commented about back problems. That’s a glaring omission
    in this video. It’s a good idea to watch their weight and also their
    jumping up and down and climbing stairs as other comments mentioned.

    One thing she kind of hints at is the dachshund’s personality. I think
    they are very tuned in to their owners, but maybe not always in a way that
    some other breeds that need a lot of attention are. We had two. The first
    was sweet and loved to play fetch with a ball and he burrowed a lot under
    the covers in the extra bedroom. He was mellow. The second, well he tried
    to control things. He had A LOT of personality and was always rolling in
    things and getting into trouble. He was independent and fiercely loyal and
    protective of the family including the cat and he’d go after anything he
    thought was a threat. He was an excellent dog to walk, and despite his
    stubbornness, I found him trainable in some ways. He was funny and
    obnoxious and he was a GREAT dog to grow up with!! He was like the rotten
    kid brother I never had, (yeah, I still miss him!).

    • GoTodash
    • January 11, 2015

    They are mislabeled hounds since their name has the German word for dog,
    hund, in their name. They are actually bred from terriers, which you can
    clearly see if you compare them with pictures of other terriers, and then
    against other hounds

    • TheCashDeal
    • January 11, 2015

    Terrible review lol I could write them better

    • o0cacoto0o
    • January 11, 2015

    As their name states, they are hound dogs, used for hunting companions, and
    as others have stated they would not kill badgers but dig them out. I do
    love the energy they have as they tend to run amok sometimes. Mine is
    actually a walking/jogging companion. You show him the leash and he will
    beg to be walked for at least 45 mins and always try to be in front. He
    does get tender loving care as he is a rescued dog. 

    • Laura Bingham
    • January 11, 2015

    Your presentation was informative. However, dachshund tranlates from German
    to English as badger dog not badger hound. German hund is not a hound but a

    • SUNMAYDEN518
    • January 11, 2015

    they whine, needs lots of attention, are hard to potty train and chew
    everything but I love my mini doxie

    • Ralph Jackson
    • January 11, 2015

    I read a book by British journalist and news reporter Mark Easton called
    “Britain,etc.” in which he states that when it wants to be the dachshund is
    the most aggressive breed of dog,far more so than pitbulls,dobermans,etc.

    • Nammie Bree
    • January 11, 2015

    Makes video about dachshunds…..fills it with clips of other kinds of dogs

    • senorkaboom
    • January 11, 2015

    We have 3 of them, a standard, mini and wire-haired. They all have their
    own personality and are just great. They are a small dog, yes, but they
    feel they are a bigger dog. They’re smart, they want to please, but they
    can be head strong and a bit difficult to house train. If you want a grand
    dog that has few problems, they can’t be beat. 

    • John Sparks
    • January 11, 2015

    Just got my first (Oscar, a standard dapple) this week and I am amazed with
    what they can do. They have got to be the most unique dogs on earth in
    both looks and personality. They are not stupid by any means but their
    brains are wired differently. I’m not sure if I am training Oscar or if he
    is training me at times.

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