The Dachshund, also known as the badger or sausage dog, is a stout, short-legged little guy that comes in a wide array of colors and coat textures. Hailing from Germany where he was developed to scent, hunt, and flush out burrow-dwelling pests, the Dachshund makes a loyal and loving companion to today’s families.
Parent breeds: Beagle and Dachshund
The comedic Beagle and devoted Dachshund add up to be one awesome mix breed! The Doxle is a fun-loving little chap that loves to lounge as much as he loves to romp around in a big backyard.
Complete with a long, low, Beagle body and pointy Dachshund face, this dapper dog makes the perfect family pet.
Parent breeds: Yorkshire Terrier and Dachshund
Laid back, loving, and loyal, this pint-sized pooch is also known as a Doxie Yorkie. Growing to only be five to 10 inches at the shoulder and weighing just five to 12 pounds, the Dorkie is anything but dorky. If you’re seeking the perfect little lap dog, give this pup a go!
Parent breeds: Corgi and Dachshund
Super smart and ready for just about anything, the Dorgi is the result of breeding a Dachshund with a Corgi. These paw-sitively adorable dogs are a favorite among the Queen of England. She owns two!
Parent breeds: Basset Hound and Dachshund
Also referred to as the Basschund, the Dachshound is created by breeding two of the world’s most popular purebreds. A medium-sized dog, the Dachshound can grow to be up to 25 to 45 pounds and lives from eight to 15 years. Available in an array of colors, including black, brown, gold, and white, the Dachshound is an energetic and enthusiastic pup who loves to please.
5. Dach Russell
Parent breeds: Jack Russell and Dachshund
Commonly referred to as the Dach Russell or Jackshund, this tenacious dog is full of energy and love for his family. He thrives on attention and needs plenty of exercise to live his best life. If not, he may resort to unwanted behavior such as excessive yappy or chewing. Growing to be eight to 23 inches at the shoulder and weighing 15 to 28 pounds, the Dach Russell has a lifespan of 12 to 15 years.
Parent breeds: Golden Retriever and Dachshund
This unique hybrid breed is also referred to as the Golden Dox. A smart and spirited pooch, the Goldenshund has an awesome lineage. Both of her parent breeds have made the American Kennel Club’s list of most coveted breeds for over five years! This playful pup is a people pleaser and loves cuddles on the couch as much as playing fetch outside.
Parent breeds: Miniature Pinscher and Dachshund
A cross between the Min-Pin and Dachshund, the Doxiepin is a hybrid dog breed recognized by the American Canine Hybrid Club, the Designer Breed Registry, the Designer Dogs Kennel Club, the Dog Registry of America, Inc., and the International Designer Canine Registry. Smart and spunky, the Doxiepin can be black, brown, or tan.
Parent breeds: Chihuahua and Dachshund
A tiny dog with a huge personality, the Chiweenie makes a great pet for active urban dwellers and thrives best in families with older children and experienced pet owners. Also known as the Choxie, German Taco, and Mexican Hot Dog, the Chiweenie is truly a little firecracker and will definitely keep you on your toes.
Parent breeds: Papillon and Dachshund
An unforgettable designer breed, the Papshund is sweet and sassy. The perfect combination of beauty and brains, your Papshund will grow to be about nine to 11 inches at the shoulder and weigh between 10 to 18 pounds. They excel in apartments and can easily travel anywhere with you!
Parent breeds: Poodle and Dachshund
As adorable as the name suggests, the Doxiepoo is a highly intelligent dog that is effortless to train. Both kid and dog friendly, your Doxiepoo may inherit her Poodle parent breed’s hypoallergenic coat, making her the perfect pet for folks with allergies.
Parent breeds: Pug and Dachshund
The Daug dog (try saying that three times fast) is a small, round-faced hybrid breed that is comedic and loving. Generally, a low maintenance pet, your Daug will enjoy napping the day away on his favorite piece of furniture.
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Parent breeds: Boston Terrier and Dachshund
A dapper little dog that is the result of breeding a Boston Terrier with a Dachshund, this hybrid breed can grow to weigh between 10 and 25 pounds and be 10 to 15 inches at the shoulder. Stubborn yet sweet, the Bo-Dach does well in homes with older children and is also suitable for apartment dwellers.
Parent breeds: Beagle, Chihuahua, and Dachshund
The ultimate combo of small dog breeds, the Cheaglehund is as unique as his name suggests! Compact, playful, and sweet, this hybrid mix does well with both young kids and older owners.
Parent breeds: Brussels Griffon and Dachshund
Perfect for seniors, singles, and families, the Dach-Griffon is a cuddly, fun, and devoted hybrid dog with a big personality! Bubbly and spunky, this mix would do best with an experienced owner because she can be a tad stubborn and needs stern, consistent training.
Parent breeds: Cavalier King Charles and Dachshund
An extremely dashing dog, the Dashalier was bred to be a companion dog. However, their smarts make them easy to train and they excel in obedience and agility courses. The small size and lively temperament make her great for both city and suburban households.
Parent breeds: Shetland Sheepdog and Dachshund
If you’re seeking a super-smart mix, the Shethund is perfect for you! Coming from a long line of hunting and herding breeds, this designer dog always needs a task to do. However, if you have smaller kids or animals in your home, your Shethund may go nipping and barking at their heels in an effort to herd. So, early socialization is an absolute must for this stunning breed.
Parent breeds: Cocker Spaniel and Dachshund
This lovely looking dog is a cross between the Cocker Spaniel and the Dachshund. Sweet, smart, and friendly, the Docker is the ultimate fun-loving family pet.
18. Dachsi Apso
Parent breeds: Lhasa Apso and Dachshund
Despite their tiny size, the Dachsi Apso is quite a courageous dog. This confidence can manifest in unwanted ways, such as excessive yapping if he is not trained and socialized from an early age.
19. Doxie Chon
Parent breeds: Bichon Frise and Dachshund
Both Bichons and Dachshunds have big personalities, so your Doxie Chon is bound to inherit these traits as well. Fearless, confident, and loyal, the Doxie Chon needs a stern, experienced trainer to bring out the best in her.
Parent breeds: American Eskimo and Dachshund
This designer dog really loves being on the go! A cross between the American Eskimo and the Dachshund, the Doxiemo would flourish in an active household as an only pet.
With so many Dachshund mixes to pick from, you’re bound to find the perfect pup for you and your family! Always keep in mind that early training and socialization with all of the aforementioned dogs is key to ensure your pup gets along with humans, other canines, and even the family cat.
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