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Getting to know the Dachshund Breed

AKC Dachshund Breed Standards

Dachshund Breed Guidelines

Hound Group                                        Shortened Some for your convenience

General Appearance

Low to ground, long in body and short of leg with robust muscular development, the Dachshund is well-balanced with bold and confident head carriage and intelligent, alert facial expression. His hunting spirit, good nose, and distinctive build make him well-suited for below-ground work and for beating the bush. His keen nose gives him an advantage over most other breeds for trailing.

Neck

Long, muscular, clean-cut, slightly arched, flowing gracefully into the shoulders.

Trunk

The trunk is long and fully muscled. When viewed in profile, the back lies in the straightest possible line between the withers and the short very slightly arched loin. Abdomen--Slightly drawn up.

Forequarters

For effective underground work, the front must be strong, deep, long and cleanly muscled. Chest-- The breastbone is strongly prominent in front The enclosing structure of well-sprung ribs appears full and oval to allow, by its ample capacity, complete development of heart and lungs. Feet--Front paws are full, tight, compact, with well-arched toes and tough, thick pads. They may be equally inclined a trifle outward. There are five toes, four in use, close together with a pronounced arch and strong, short nails.

Hindquarters

Strong and cleanly muscled. The pelvis, the thigh, the second thigh, and the metatarsus are ideally the same length and form a series of right angles. From the rear, the thighs are strong and powerful. The legs turn neither in nor out. Feet--Hind Paws--Smaller than the front paws with four compactly closed and arched toes with tough, thick pads. The entire foot points straight ahead and is balanced equally on the ball and not merely on the toes. Rear dewclaws should be removed. Croup--Long, rounded and full, sinking slightly toward the tail. Tail-- Set in continuation of the spine.

Gait

Fluid and smooth. Forelegs reach well forward, without much lift, in unison with the driving action of hind legs. The correct shoulder assembly and well-fitted elbows allow the long, free stride in front. Hind legs drive on a line with the forelegs, with hocks (metatarsus) turning neither in nor out. The Dachshund must have agility, freedom of movement, and endurance to do the work for which he was developed.

Temperament

The Dachshund is clever, lively and courageous, persevering in above and below ground work, with all the senses well-developed.

Special Characteristics of the Three Coat Varieties

The Dachshund is bred with three varieties of coat: (1) Smooth; (2) Wirehaired; (3) Longhaired and is shown in two sizes, standard and miniature. All three varieties and both sizes must conform to the characteristics already specified

Smooth Dachshund

Coat--Short, smooth and shining. Should be neither too long nor too thick. Ears not leathery. Tail--Gradually tapered to a point, well but not too richly haired.

Color of Hair--Although base color is immaterial, certain patterns and basic colors predominate. One-colored Dachshunds include red (with or without a shading of interspersed dark hairs or sable) and cream. A small amount of white on the chest is acceptable. Nose and nails--black.

Two-colored Dachshunds include black, chocolate, wild boar, gray (blue) and fawn (Isabella), each with tan markings over the eyes, on the sides of the jaw and underlip, on the inner edge of the ear, front, breast, inside and behind the front legs, on the paws and around the anus, and from there to about one-third to one-half of the length of the tail on the underside. A small amount of white on the chest is acceptable. Nose and nails--in the case of black dogs, black; for chocolate and all other colors, dark brown, but self-colored is acceptable.

Dappled Dachshunds--The "single" dapple pattern is expressed as lighter-colored areas contrasting with the darker base color, which may be any acceptable color. Partial or wholly blue (wall) eyes are as acceptable as dark eyes. A large area of white on the chest of a dapple is permissible.

A "double" dapple is one in which varying amounts of white coloring occur over the body in addition to the dapple pattern. Nose and nails: as for one and two-color Dachshunds; partial or wholly self-colored is permissible.

Brindle is a pattern (as opposed to a color) in which black or dark stripes occur over the entire body although in some specimens the pattern may be visible only in the tan points.

Wirehaired Dachshund

Coat-- With the exception of jaw, eyebrows, and ears, the whole body is covered with a uniform tight, short, thick, rough, hard, outer coat but with finer, somewhat softer, shorter hairs (undercoat) everywhere distributed between the coarser hairs. The distinctive facial furnishings include a beard and eyebrows. On the ears the hair is shorter than on the body, almost smooth. Tail-- Robust, thickly haired, gradually tapering to a point. Color of Hair--While the most common colors are wild boar, black and tan, and various shades of red, all colors are admissible. A small amount of white on the chest,is acceptable.Nose and nails--same as for the smooth variety.

Longhaired Dachshund

Coat--The sleek, glistening, often slightly wavy hair is longer under the neck and on the fore chest, the underside of the body, the ears, and behind the legs. The coat gives the dog an elegant appearance. Tail--Carried gracefully in prolongation of the spine; the hair attains its greatest length here and forms a veritable flag. Color of Hair--Same as for the smooth Dachshund. Nose and nails--same as for the smooth.

Colors

Description                              Type Code

Black & Cream                            S 010

Black & Tan                                S 018

Blue & Cream                              S 273

Blue & Tan                                 S 044

Chocolate & Cream                     S 526

Chocolate & Tan                         S 072

Cream                                       S 076

Fawn (Isabella) & Cream             S 524

Fawn (Isabella) & Tan                 S 317

Red                                           S 140

Wheaten                                   S 224

Wild Boar                                   S 226

Black                                         A 007

Chocolate                                   A 071

Fawn                                         A 082

 

Markings

Description                           Type Code

Brindle                                    S 051

Dapple                                    S 020

Double Dapple                         S 050

Piebald                                   S 025

Brindle Piebald                        A 127

Sable                                     A 026

 

 

Dachshund History

The Dachshund can be found in historical accounts dating back to the 15th, century.

Early in the 17 th century, the name Dachshund (badger-dog) became the designation of a breed type with smooth and longhaired coat varieties, and in 1890 wirehairs were added as a third variety.

During the development of the breed, two different sizes were emerging based on the type of game being pursued: dogs weighing 30-35 pounds were being used not only on badgers but wild boar, while smaller 16-22 pound dogs proved effective against foxes and hare. Importations into America date back in the AKC Stud Book in 1885.

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OK, Now You have a good Idea of what a Dachshund should look like, and what the Breed Standards are for them. You know about Dachshunds as a breed , and if you like what you have learned so far ! The next step is to get to know their traits, temperament, habits, and what they like and do not like. Then ask yourself ~ Is this what I am really looking for ? Will a Dachshund probably fit into my lifestyle easily and comfortably. Will I enjoy their natural behaviors.

Let's get to know them up close and more personal, see if you like what you hear about them from professionals in the field, who know Dachshunds well and have years of experience and knowledgeable Information about them to share with you and your family. This is the good stuff ! Detailed information and the Answers to specific questions, you may have about them ! Information from Pet University, AKC, and The Dachshund Club of America, about Dachshunds . Including- Introduction, Development of the breed, Size & Coat Facts, Physical Characteristics, Temperament, & General Care.

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