The Dachshund is a short-legged, long-length hunting dog. The name originated from Germany, which originally means "badger dog". This species has been developed to sniff, hunt, track, and kill badgers and other burrowing animals. Interestingly, although "Dachshund" is a German word, it is not commonly used in Germany. Germans usually call it Dackel or Teckel. Originally produced in Germany, it is now everywhere. Dachshunds are relatively easy to raise among all dog breeds. Because the dachshund is independent by nature, it is easy to take care of, and the instructions given by the owner will be quickly understood and followed.
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