1 35+ Dachshund Mix Dogs: Which Is the Best Wiener for You?
1.1 Dachshund Poodle Mix: The Doodle
1.2 Chihuahua Dachshund Mix: The Chiweenie
1.3 German Shepherd Dachshund Mix: The Doxie Shep
1.4 Dachshund Terrier Mix
1.5 Dachshund Cocker Spaniel Mix: The Docker
1.6 Dachshund Shih Tzu Mix: The Shiweenie
1.7 Dachshund Min Pin Mix: The Doxie Pin
1.8 Basset Hound Dachshund Mix
1.9 Great Dane Dachshund Mix: The Great Wiener
1.10 Cairn Terrier Dachshund Mix: The Doxie Cairn
1.11 Pug Dachshund Mix: The Daug
1.12 Lab Dachshund Mix: The Dachsador
1.13 Dachshund Beagle Mix: The Doxle
1.14 Dachshund Golden Retriever Mix: The Golden Dox
1.15 Shiba Inu Dachshund Mix: The Shiba Dox
1.16 Dachshund Corgi Mix: The Dorgi
1.17 Jack Russell Dachshund Mix: The Jackshund
1.18 Dachshund Yorkie Mix: The Dorkie
1.19 The Dachshund Pomeranian Mix: The Doxie Pom
1.20 Dachshund Husky Mix: The Dusky
1.21 The Dachshund Maltese Mix: The Mauxie
1.22 Dachshund Dalmatian Mix: The Dalmachshund
1.23 Dachshund Australian Shepherd Mix: The Auxie Doxie
1.24 Dachshund Border Collie Mix: The Dollie
1.25 Dachshund Rottweiler Mix: The Dachsweiler
1.26 Dachshund Doberman Mix: The Doxie Dobie
1.27 They Dachshund Papillon Mix: The Papshund
1.28 Rat Terrier Dachshund Mix: The Rat Doxie
1.29 Dachshund Italian Greyhound Mix: Le Doxie Italiano
1.30 Bulldog Dachshund Mix: The Bulldach
1.31 Blue Heeler Dachshund Mix: The Blue Doxie
1.32 Boxer Dachshund Mix: The Doxie Boxie
1.33 French Bulldog Dachshund Mix: The French Bull Wiener
1.34 Pekingese Dachshund Mix: The Pekehund
1.35 Dachshund Boston Terrier Mix: The Bo-Dach
1.36 Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Dachshund Mix: The Dashalier
1.37 Weimaraner Dachshund Mix: The Daimeraner
1.38 Dachshund Bichon Mix: The Doxie-Chon
1.39 Dachshund Pitbull: The Dox-Bull
1.40 Dachshund Mix Health Concerns
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35+ Dachshund Mix Dogs: Which Is the Best Wiener for You?
Doxies are playful, goofy, and ballsy. When you read our detailed Dachshund breed guide, we’re sure you’ll get how adorable they are. If all those hilarious Dachshund memes are anything to go by, these furballs are a dog owner’s dream.
You know that doggos and owners have to be perfectly matched so that both sides live happily together. For example, you don’t want to adopt a pup that needs a lot of your attention if you work 12-hour shifts.
If you would love to have a Dachs, but some of their traits don’t work for you, you may be able to find exactly what you need in one of the Dachshund mix puppers!
Here is a brief overview of all Dachshund crossbreeds and their most prominent traits. If some of them catch your eye, feel free to learn more about them in our in-depth guides to all Doxie hybrids! Let’s dig in!
Mauxies are adorably mischievous — they’ll sniff your bag and coat every time you walk through the door and will ask tons of yappy questions about where you’ve been, who you’ve seen… Prepare for a little fuzzy interrogator if you adopt this breed.
They’ll boss you around if you let them. The formula is this: training with perseverance and patience = a perfect, well-behaved pooch.
They are people-loving munchkins that are only satisfied when they are around their human family.
Their coat sheds and gets dirty a lot, so know you’ll have to bathe and brush them often.
When it comes to the Dachshund Dalmatian mix, the chances are this pooch will be a highly active one. Doxies are definitely lively, but Dalmatians take the win on that front, so their offspring won’t be much different.
They have a genetic predisposition to deafness and intervertebral disk disease and will require regular visits to the vet to make sure everything is in order with their health.
Dalmatians shed like crazy, although you would never have guessed it by their sleek, short hair. If your pooch is genetically more like their Dachs parent, grooming will be much easier for both you and your doggorino.
Dachshund Australian Shepherd Mix: The Auxie Doxie
Border Collie Dachshunds are not bred to lie around and should not be allowed to get bored under any circumstances. If they do, they may turn destructive and take their frustration on your chic furniture.
Unlike their bold Dachshund parent, these pooches are rather shy, especially in front of strangers. Make sure to socialize them from the first weeks of their life to get rid of their timid streak.
They have lots of energy and love being outdoors, playing catch, fetch, hide-and-seek, and befriending other dogs from the hood.
Doxie Dobies need an invested owner. Exercise them daily and schedule regular visits to the pet clinic to check their overall health. Both Doxies and Dobies are prone to certain conditions that get passed on to their mixed offspring.
Their temperament is certainly something to write home about. They are loyal and affectionate, protective and alert, playful and cuddly — all in one cute little package!
Although they are typically shorthaired stunners, they shed significantly. You will need to brush them weekly in low-shedding seasons and daily in high-shedding periods.
Bulldog Dachshunds‘ temperament will undoubtedly surprise you. Bulldogs were bred to be the tough guys in the canine world — aggressive and tenacious enough to make the enormous, mighty bulls do their bidding — but over time, they turned into the cuddliest and most affectionate companion doggos. The same applies to their mixed pooches.
If you’re a newbie dog owner, these beasties are ideal for you — they require minimal grooming, don’t like to exercise much, and love to lounge next to their humans.
But beware — if you leave them alone for too long and too often, they will probably suffer from separation anxiety.
Although they look tough and ready to attack at any given moment, Dachshund Pitbull woofers are incredibly affectionate towards their human family.
They are loyal pooches but can sometimes get overly protective of their owners, which may cause them to be aggressive. This probably won’t happen if you socialize them properly.
If you decide to get a Pit-Dachs, you’ll need ample patience and determination to train them, as they are known to be rather resistant to it.
Dachshund Mix Health Concerns
Now that you’ve found the perfect Doxie mix for you, we need to get to work and tell you all about keeping them happy and healthy.
If you’ve browsed through our essential Dachshund facts, you know that all Doxie crossbreeds live quite a long time, so you need to be ready to commit long-term. Many exciting things can happen during a Dachshund’s lifespan, so you need to make sure you can keep up.
First of all, you need to train your Wiener and to make sure they are properly housebroken and potty trained. To keep your pooch’s mane tamed, you’ll need to learn how to groom them properly, so do refer to our Dachshund care tips.
Mixed doggos tend to be healthier than purebred pups, but there is still a possibility that your hybrid charmer will inherit a health concern or two from their moms and pops. Prepare yourself ahead of time and get familiar with the Dachshund health issues, their prevalent back problems, seizures, and skin conditions. If you happen to have any questions, refer to our comprehensive guides on Doxie mixes above — and always consult with a veterinarian!
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