10 Different Personalities Your Dachshund Can Have

You should always choose a dog based on what he’s like, not what he looks like, and the Dachsie’s unique physical appeal easily becomes the focal point. Luckily, he is as much fun to live with as he is to look at. But because he was an eager hunter, he can be a bit stubborn and sometimes wonders why you’re not onboard with his plans. It’s hard to stay in a bad mood with a Dachsie around—his upbeat, curious, and friendly nature is contagious.

1-Stubborn

You may have heard, and it’s 100% true. A mule has got nothing on them. No doubt about it, these dogs are notoriously stubborn. In fact, Eeyore might be a decent name for a wiener dog – and all dachshund owners would be in on the joke.

If a dachshund doesn’t feel like doing something, they will resist. First, the stare: “You don’t mean me, do you?” Then a series of expressive looks before finally conceding. At their own pace of course. However, you must be warned about this phenomenon – once under the spell of the Dachshund Charm, you will even find their stubbornness adorable. Well. Most of the time, anyways.

One other special warning about dachshund stubbornness. It is near impossible to get a wiener dog to go outside to do their ‘business’ when it’s raining, or when the grass is wet – but it can be done. Be persistent. As mentioned previously, you will find the stubbornness cute in a few minutes, after the ‘business’ is done.

2-Lively

The Dachshund, meaning “badger dog” in German, is a lively breed with a friendly personality and keen sense of smell.

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