Types of Dachshund Mixes

Are you curious as to what the different Dachshund mixes are?  Do you want to learn the different between a ‘designer’ dog and a ‘mongrel’?  Well you’re in the right place!  So keep reading to learn some fantastic information all about the different types of Dachshund mixes.

Types of Dachshund MixesDesigner Dogs vs. Mongrels

Before we go into what the different types of Dachshund mixes are, you firstly need to learn the difference between a ‘designer’ dog and a ‘mongrel’ dog.

You may just think that crossing a Dachshund with another purebred dog will result in a ‘mongrel’.  This is not the case at all.  Instead if you cross a purebred Dachshund with another purebred dog then the result is called a ‘designer’ dog or a ‘hybrid’.  Whereas a mongrel is made up of many different breeds of dogs.

To put it simply, if you crossed a Dachshund with a Pug you would end up with a dog that was 50% Dachshund and 50% Pug and this would be called a ‘designer’ dog.  But if one of these resulting ‘designer’ dogs was breed with another Pug then the resulting dogs would be 25% Dachshund and 75% Pug and these would be classed as ‘mongrels’.

So it is vital that if you want to create a Dachshund mix or ‘designer’ dog then you need to make sure that both the Dachshund and other dog are definitely purebreds.

Types of Dachshund Mixes

As previously mentioned, there are many different types of Dachshund mixes out there.  Read on below to learn just some of these different types of Dachshund mixes:

Purebred

Purebred

Resulting ‘Designer’ Dog

Dachshund

Basset Hound

Basschshund

Dachshund

Beagle

Doxle

Dachshund

Bichon Frise

Doxie-Chon

Dachshund

Bichon Frise

Doxie-Chon

Dachshund

Boston Terrier

Bo-Dach

Dachshund

Brussels Griffon

Dach-Griffon

Dachshund

Chihuahua

Chiweenie

Dachshund

Cocker Spaniel

Spaniel-Doxie

Dachshund

Golden Retriever

Golden Dox

Dachshund

Jack Russell

Jackshund

Dachshund

Japanese Chin

Doxie-Chin

Dachshund

Labrador Retriever

Doxador

Dachshund

Maltese

Mauxie

Dachshund

Miniature Pinscher

Doxie-Pin

Dachshund

Miniature Schnauzer

Miniature Schnoxie

Dachshund

Papillon

Papshund

Dachshund

Pekingese

Doxi-Pekepoo

Dachshund

Pekingese

Pekehund

Dachshund

Pembroke Welsh Corgi

Dorgi

Dachshund

Pit Bull

Dox-Bull

Dachshund

Pit Bull

DoxiePit

Dachshund

Pomeranian

Dameranian

Dachshund

Poodle

Doxiepoo

Dachshund

Pug

Daug

Dachshund

Rat Terrier

Toy Rat Doxie

Dachshund

Scottish Terrier

Doxie Scot

Dachshund

Shetland Sheepdog

Shethund

Dachshund

Shiba Inu

Shibadox

Dachshund

Shih Tzu

Schweenie

Dachshund

Siberian Husky

Dusky

Dachshund

Silky Terri

Dachsky

Dachshund

Welsh Terrier

Welshund

Dachshund

Wire Fox Terrier

Foxie Doxie

Dachshund

Yorkshire Terrier

Dorkie

These are just some of the types of Dachshund mixes – there are plenty more out there!

So remember these vital tips if you are thinking about breeding a Dachshund mix or even if you are just thinking about a adopting a Dachshund mix.

  • Make sure both the Dachshund and the other dog are 100% purebreds.
  • If you cross a purebred Dachshund with another dog that isn’t a purebred then the resulting puppies will be classed as mongrel.

If you follow these tips, you will end up with a fantastic ‘designer’ dog that is still part Dachshund!