Dachshund + Pitbull: greatest dog breed ever


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#2

That cannot be real. If it is … there is no way in hell I’d let it near a small child.


#3

yep, he’s real. the rescue has video of him running around. seems to be a happy boy. thankfully, neutered.


#4

Were there any odd pods laying around?


#5

There has to be a clever portmanteau name for this. Pit bull + weiner dog = Peener dog? Bull Weiner? Help me out here, guys.


#6

This is almost as much of an unholy amalgamation as the Pitbull + Ke$ha tour.


#7

It’s like a walking bad photoshop.


#8

Peiner Dog


#9

I once met a dachshund/rottweiler cross. It looked like a coffee table with a head.


#10

It’s Frankendog. You can see the stitches.


#11

I’m still waiting for my Great Dane/Chihuahua mix, which I plan to then breed with a Corgi/Greyhound mix.


#12

In high school/college I worked at a truck stop… I recall a couple that were cruising on those giant scooters that sort of look like a Honda Gold Wing. They had chihuahua/german shepard mix dogs in cages on the back of the scooters. That sounds like it might be a cute mix, but they were not – they kinda looked like a giant Chernobyl rat. Everything was a bit odd: the bikes, the dogs, and the couple kinda looked a bit inbred as well. Definitely some happy mutants.


#13

Scrappy-Doo looking jackass.


#14

So when it runs and stops suddenly, does it flop forward onto its face?


#15

It doesn’t say which breed is the father and which is the mother. But either way, you have to admire their determination.


#16

Also:


#17

I saw a dachshund + german shepherd mix once that was really bizarre. The body was dachshund in shape and size, the head was shepherd and would have been normal for a full sized german shepherd.


#18

“Little creatures of nature, they don’t know that they’re ugly.”


#20

Cute lookin’ pooch. I’ve got a similarly odd unit, also an adoption.

This is Hank Solo. Part Corgi, part Staffordshire Bull Terrier.


#21

I totally disagree that this is the “greatest dog breed ever.” It takes two wonderful dogs and makes it into an abomination. I love both breeds (especially the dachshund), but separately. That poor dog. However, I would be willing to take him, if he were/is in a kill-shelter.