There are three coat types in Dachshunds and Vintage Dachshund I have a small Wiener shirt they each have a different shed/regrow cycle. The smooth coat is going to grow and shed constantly, but not in great volume. You’re going to be looking at a few hairs every single time you brush up against the dog, but never getting enough hair to knit a sweater! The wirehaired coat also has some undercoat with seasonal shedding, but as with most wire coats, proper care of the coat (i.e. regular hand-stripping) will result in almost none of that hair ending up on your floor or clothing. Dachshunds on the hunt appear in German woodcuts as early as the 1540s. Their name means “badger hound.” In hunting, the dogs accompanied the foresters until burrowing prey, such as badgers, were spotted. When the prey went underground, one or more dachshunds were sent in after them, often down the multiple entrances of underground burrows.
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Once dachshunds reach the prey underground they Vintage Dachshund I have a small Wiener shirt focus not on delivering a killing bite but on dragging it from the burrow. It would not be easy for a dachshund to kill a badger unassisted as a badger is also adapted for defense, with heavy fur protecting the neck. But the dachshund’s role is to get the badger out of his burrow, not to fight him to the death. Badgers are the biggest and toughest of the dachshund’s quarry and this would be a bloody battle, with injury or death of the dachshunds very possible. The foresters would have bred their little fighters in quantity, anticipating losing some dogs in combat. Yet this tournament was the dachshund’s Raison d’être, the elimination of destructive and dangerous pests from cultivated grounds and domestic woods of medieval and feudal Germany so the prince could enjoy his land and more elevated forms of hunting with his guests.