M dachshunds: What's not to love? They're cute, cuddly, smart, V^^and friendly, and they're shaped like hot dogs — which is why people occasionally call them wiener dogs! (I don't think they mind.) They come in all kinds of different colors and patterns, and you'll even find them in different sizes. If you like small- to medium-size dogs with plenty of spunk and compassion, you'll love Dachshunds.
You don't have to know diddly-squat about Dachshunds to use this book. If you know nothing about dog care, this book has plenty of information for you to start a rewarding relationship with a Dachshund.
And if you're a seasoned dog-care veteran, I bet you'll find this book plenty useful. It's filled with tips, tricks, and advice for life with Dachshunds, including a good bit of technical information about keeping your Dachshund healthy in all stages of its life.
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