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  • Mixed dachshund breeds – an overview

    A hybrid breed is defined as a mix of two or more purebred canines. The breeds defined as “hybrid” are those accepted by the American Canine Hybrid Club. Although not all mixed dachshund breeds are recognized as hybrid, there are still many of them that are popular among dog owners and breeders.

    Miniature Schnoxie

    The miniature schnoxie is a mix between a dachshund and a miniature schnauzer. This breed can weigh anywhere from 11 to 18 pounds once adulthood is reached. They have a medium-sized dachshund body and a schnauzer coat. In general, miniature schnoxies are friendly and energetic dogs.

    Papshund

    The papshund is a hybrid dog made of the dachshund and papillon breed. This dog has a face that resembles the papillon and a long body like the dachshund. Papshunds can weigh between 6 to 12 pounds.  Their coat comes in three varieties; short, wire, and long. The papshund is a great companion often described of as a loving, protective, and energetic dog.

    Dameranian

    Dameranians are a mix between the pomeranian and dachshund. The breed has a long, smooth coat, short legs, and a longer body. Dameranians usually weigh 8 to 15 pounds and have an average life span of 12 to 15 years. Although sometimes they like being independent, dameranians enjoy one on one time with their owners. They are also an extremely intelligent breed and learn quickly.

    Doxiepoo

    A doxiepoo is made from a combination of two breeds; a dachshund and poodle. Doxiepoos weigh between 5 to 15 pounds and measure approximately 20 inches in length. This breed has various poodle characteristics, including its intelligence, wavy or curly coat, and minimum shedding. The doxiepoo’s outgoing personality and protective nature makes them an excellent family dog.

    Doxie Scot

    The doxie scot is considered a hybrid breed, as it’s made up of a dachshund and scottish terrier. A doxie scot’s coat comes in three different textures; wiry, rough, and fine. Coat color variations include; black and tan, red and white, brown, and black. Doxie scots make great lap dogs because they are affectionate and love attention.

    Schweenie

    The schweenie breed is made up of two purebred dogs; the dachshund and shih tzu. A schweenie’s appearance can range between the two breeds. This dog can weigh between 9 to 20 pounds, measure 11 to 20 inches, and have a life expectancy of 12 to 15 years. Schweenies have a big personality, are forever loyal, and always eager to please their owner.

    Chiweenie

    The chiweenie is a mix between a dachshund and chihuahua. The breed has a long body and long ears like the dachshund and a short or medium coat. By adulthood, chiweenies weigh between 5 to 10 pounds and measure about 8 inches in height.

    Doxle

    The beagle and the dachshund are the two dog breeds that make up a doxle. Doxles can grow to be 16 to 18 pounds and measure 9 to 11 inches. They have a stout, long body with short legs and large ears. Doxles make excellent family dogs, as they are good with small children and love to play. Doxles also do good with other pets and enjoy social time.

    Dox Bull

    A dox bull is a cross between a dachshund and a pit bull. They are medium sized dogs and usually weigh between 24 to 35 pounds. The dox bull’s body is built like a dachshund and they have a broad head like a pit bull. This mixed breed is considered intelligent, loving, and protective.

    Daug

    The dachshund and the pug are the two different purebred dogs that make up the daug. Daugs weigh between 15 to 20 pounds and measure about 11 inches. Most daugs have a long body with short legs, medium sized ears, and a curly tail. Their coat is short and comes in two colors; brown and black. Daugs are loyal dogs and can also be protective of their owners. The best thing about them is that they’re fairly easy to train and enjoy one on one time.

    Dorkie

    The dorkie is a cross between a dachshund and a yorkshire terrier. Dorkies have a long body, short legs, and can weigh anywhere from 5 to 20 pounds. The breed’s coat color is usually black and red, long, and smooth. Dorkies love having their owner’s attention, thus making excellent lap dogs. This breed is intelligent, easy to train, and likes to bark.

    Dorgi

    The dachshund and pembroke welsh corgi make up the dorgi. This breed has pointy ears, a white spot on its chest, and usually weigh between 20 to 27 pounds.   Some dorgis have a natural herding instinct and are very athletic, while others are more laid back and hardly bark.

    Jackshund

    A jackshund is a cross between a purebred jack russell terrier and a purebred dachshund. Jackshunds can be small or medium sized dogs, weighing up to 15 pounds and measuring no more than 18 inches when standing. Their coat can be rough, smooth, long-haired, or wire-haired. Coat colors include; black and tan, red and white, brown, and black. Jackshunds are cheerful, energetic, and intelligent dogs. They make great companions and love being around people and other pets.

    Dachsador

    A dachsador is a mix between a dachshund and a labrador.

     

    References

    Miniature Schnoxie Information.  Great Dog Site.  Retrieved August 2, 2012, from http://www.greatdogsite.com/hybrids/details/Miniature_Schnoxie/

    Papshund.  The Green Pet Community.  Retrieved August 2, 2012, from http://www.thegreenpetcommunity.com/papshund

    Dameranian Information.  Great Dog Site.  Retrieved August 2, 2012, from http://www.greatdogsite.com/hybrids/details/Dameranian/

    Doxiepoo.  The Green Pet Community.  Retrieved August 2, 2012 from http://www.thegreenpetcommunity.com/doxiepoo

    Doxie Scot.  Pet Your Dog.  Retrieved August 2, 2012, from http://www.petyourdog.com/doxie-scot

    Schweenie Information.  Great Dog Site.  Retrieved August 2, 2012, from, http://www.greatdogsite.com/hybrids/details/Schweenie/

    Roper, K.  Chiweenie.  Love to Know.  Retrieved August 2, 2012, from http://dogs.lovetoknow.com/wiki/Chiweenie

    Doxle.  The Green Pet Community.  Retrieved August 2, 2012, from http://www.thegreenpetcommunity.com/doxle

    Dox Bull.  Designer Mixes.  Retrieved August 2, 2012, from http://www.designermixes.org/breed_info/805/dox-bull.aspx/

    Daug Information.  Great Dog Site.  Retrieved August 2, 2012, from http://www.greatdogsite.com/hybrids/details/Daug/

    Dorkie Information.  Great Dog Site.  Retrieved August 2, 2012, from http://www.greatdogsite.com/hybrids/details/Dorkie/

    Dorgi Information.  Great Dog Site.  Retrieved August 2, 2012, from http://www.greatdogsite.com/hybrids/details/Dorgi/

    Jackshund.  Pet Your Dog.  Retrieved August 2, 2012, from http://www.petyourdog.com/Jackshund

     

     

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      Beki M October 12, 2013 at 10:31 am

      Hi, I just bought a mixed breed puppy.
      She’s a 1/2 Rat Terrier, 1/4 mini Aussie and 1/4 dachshund
      Roughly how big will she get?
      She is 7 weeks old and weighs 3 lbs.

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      Annette March 27, 2013 at 2:42 am

      I have a three month old dachshund poodle shitzu mix..looks like the dachshund..a bit loner on the legs not as long on body and face..very smart..very cute..learns fast..she’s a great puppy ..so antone that says don’t mix them? Your wrong

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      Annette March 27, 2013 at 2:41 am

      I have a three month old dachshund poodle shitzu mix..looks like the dachshund..a bit loner onthe legs not as long on body and face..very smart..very cute..learns fast..she’s a great puppy ..so antone that says don’t mux them? Your wrong

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      April February 6, 2013 at 3:07 am

      I have a dachshund lab pom and possibly beagle mix. I was looking to find information on my little Steve’s strange mix. He gets along very well with other dogs but not cats. When he was younger he loved anyone and everyone but as he is getting older, he is 10 months now, he is starting to become very protective and barks at every stranger. If anyone knows anything I’d love to hear it.

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      Jamie July 31, 2014 at 2:21 pm

      Hi, I have had an English Springer Spaniel, a Beagle, and now two Dachshunds and what your describing sounds how my Dachshund and Beagle are and was. My older weenie has gotten a bit crabby as he has gotten older. Weenies tend to gravitate towards one member of the house and this is my momma’s boy. He used to be better with kids but he had a bad experience with one that was a little rougher w on the petting. He didn’t hurt him, he was only 2 and not familiar with dogs so when i saw the “pats” to the head were a little too hard I took my pup away from the situation. Its understandable animals get a little crabby as they get older and tolerate less, they may have gone through a situation in which they left with an unfavorable memory, they get arthritis, tummy troubles, you know, all the things we get as we age. My beagle was never friendly to begin with, she and my older weenie are/were rescues. My beagle apparently too 3 days to catch by a fily out in the country ( I’m in Texas). She was placed with me because she was a rare beagle who really only tolerated me cuz I fed her, she just plain didn’t like anyone else. The rescue group knew I had experience with difficult animals so they placed her with me. I took her so she could live the rest of her life in a home. She has been my most difficult animal to date. She didn’t really like people and she really didn’t like other animals. After having her for about 3 years I decided to get a weenie( he is my older weenie) mostly because she had settled a bit and I really SAS after observing her that she wanted some type of friend but had some serious trust issues. Ive left a huge novel of response already so I will leave it here for now. If you want to ask me anything or here more of my experience just let me know. Hope you, and all your family ( pets are family too) are happy and healthy!!

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      Cj January 13, 2013 at 6:11 pm

      Hi :) I have a dachshund/Pug & Pitbull mix … does anyone else have one like my lil Rocky? lol his daddy was a dachshund pug mix and the mommy was the pitbull… he has a doxie body & chest, pug tail and med sized legs, doxie feet, and broad pitbull head and lots of bulky muscle.

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      Karla February 9, 2013 at 8:22 pm

      Where do you live? Would love to see them….

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