Short or long, wirey and dense
Dachshund: Germany, Poodle: France
High - Very High
Bold, loyal, sociable
Doxie-Poos are low to the ground, long in body and short of leg. They have an
intelligent, alert, facial expression. They are an active, intelligent and elegant dog. They
are squarely built, well-proportioned, moving soundly and carrying themselves proudly.
Doxie-Poos are intelligent, lively, quick to mimic and learn. They are highly intelligent
and very obedient. They love to be around humans and are not good for kenneling. They
are lively, intelligent, courageous and bold. They are fun-loving, but can be a challenge
to train. They are affectionate, friendly and outgoing.
Dachs is the German word for "badger", while hund is the word for "dog". Dachshunds
are derived from the oldest breeds of German hunting dogs. Louis XVI owned a Poodle,
as well as Queen Anne of England. In the 18th and 19th centuries the breed performed
in numerous circuses, and known as a circus breed. In one circus a Poodle named
"Domini" was thought to be able to tell time and play dominos.
A Doxie-Poo is a cross-breed of a Miniature
Dachshund and a Miniature Poodle and may
demonstrate any combination of traits from
those two breeds.