Dachshund Tattoos Cullman AL

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P O Box 753
Cullman, AL
 
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Hartselle, AL
 
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Geneva, AL
 
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1120 Shelton Beach Rd
Saraland, AL
 
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115 19Th St N
Bessemer, AL
 
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272 County Road 640
Hanceville, AL
 
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Montgomery, AL
 
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(256) 306-9099
1029 6th Ave Se Ste B
Decatur, AL
 
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1029 6Th Ave Se Ste B
Decatur, AL
 
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Dachshund tattoos

Dachshund Tattoos - The dachshund is a short-legged, elongated dog breed, of the hound family. The standard size was developed to scent, chase, and flush badgers and other burrow-dwelling animals, while the miniature was developed to hunt smaller prey, like rabbits.

The name "dachshund" is of German origin and literally means "badger dog", from Dachs ("badger") and Hund ("dog").

While classified in the hound group or scent hound group in the United States and Great Britain, there are some who consider this classification to be arguable, speculating that it arose from the fact that the word Hund is similar to the English word hound - and the word "Dachshund" has even been both pronounced and translated, albeit incorrectly, as "Dash Hound". Many dachshunds, especially the wire-haired subtype, may exhibit behavior and appearance that are similar to that of the terrier group of dogs.

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An argument can be made for the scent (or hound) group classification because the breed was developed to utilize scent to trail and hunt animals, and probably descended from scent hounds, such as bloodhounds, pointers, Basset Hounds, or even Bruno Jura Hounds; but with the dogged and persistent personality and love for digging that probably developed from the terrier, it can also be argued that they could belong in the terrier, or "earth dog", group. In the Fédération Cynologique Internationale (World Canine Federation), or FCI, the dachshund is actually in ...

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