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trynfindit
Apr 22, 2012
Love dachshunds. We have two mini/tweenies, Lady and Mac.
rahrah1820
Nov 28, 2017
What's a mini/tweenie? I get the mini and weenie, but I don't understand the "t". I use to have a chiweenie, which was a chihuahua and doxi X. Wonderful dogs. My nephew (actually his wife) has 3 doxies.
trynfindit
Nov 28, 2017
With the sizes of dachshunds there is, of course, standard and mini. But the minis vary in size from truly mini to ones that are somewhat larger - not as large as the standards but not as small as a true mini. These are often referred to as "tweenies".
rahrah1820
Nov 28, 2017
Ohhhhhhhhh, I understand now! The large ones can get really large, I was surprised at that. I was use to only seeing the mini. Such sweet and playful dogs. The breed is fascinating to me, and how they can have some of the same traits, although they haven't known any other mates. For instance, the way they use their nose to bury food and cover it up with a blanket, or whatever is close by.
trynfindit
Nov 29, 2017
The standard dachshunds weigh about 30-33 pounds whereas the minis weigh about 8-9. Tweenies, we have one, weigh about 14-17 pounds. Tweenies, though, are usually just referred to as minis. The mini doxis are clowns, from their expressions, antics, vocalizations, etc. Our doxi, Mac, (we had another mini until she died a couple of years ago at age 14) is the dearest pup and not a day goes by that we don't laugh a dozen or more times at him.
It's VERY important, though, not to let doxis jump (either up or down), climb stairs or anything that would put strain on their spines. As long-back dogs they can be very susceptible to spinal injuries. We have a ramp for Mac to get into the house and up to the sofa. Mac is a black and tan with 3 1/2 legs. He was a rescue; we, nor the rescue people, have any idea what happened to cause the loss of part of one of his back legs. It doesn't slow him down, though. He could run as fast as, and often faster, than our corgi.
rahrah1820
Nov 29, 2017
Thanks for the info on doxies. I follow a page on facebook that's just for doxie lovers/owners. I love the pictures, and videos they post there. One of the posters said that we shouldn't let them "sit" on their hind legs because of the sensitive back issues, I hadn't heard that before, but I can agree with it. After seeing my nephew's minis, I now realize my sister's doxie was a tweenie! lol She was a long haired red one, and just as sweet as could be.
JAMP124
Dec 9, 2016
It is such fun to speculate on what dog's are thinking. I think we are correct most of the time!
judipd
Oct 11, 2014
Is this the right pose?
toadalove
Jul 22, 2014
Cute!
toadalove
Jan 9, 2014
So proud looking! Great puzzle!
KwkClkrSwkr68
Feb 1, 2012
This picture made me feel honored to do because my 2 fellow residents each own one that are that color. One is named Hershey, and the other one is named Marcus.
MizzVic
Jan 31, 2012
Love me some weenie pups!!!!
nonnie
Jan 31, 2012
Love dachshunds, I've had three of them.
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