the most raised dog breed in America during that period. However, the period from 1914 to 1920 was an extremely difficult period for Dachshunds in the US and allied countries due to the outbreak of World War I. Dachshunds, of German origin, are extremely hated by the Americans, Britons and French and often killed without cause. The war ended, many breeders continued to import purebred Dachshunds from Germany and the breed quickly returned to its golden age in the 1920 – late 1930s. But the same situation continued in World War II (by Nazi Germany who launched war with the Allies).
By the 1950s, Dachshunds returned to their heyday and thrived in the US and European countries to this day. In most countries, Dachshunds are not normally used as hunting dogs, but only kept indoors as pets. However, in France and Germany, Dachshund is still used as hunting dogs (mainly rats and rabbits) to this day. Features purebred Scorpio dog
There are 2 popular sizes Standard and Mini (miniature). Standard Dachshund dogs weigh from 7 – 15kg, while Mini Dachshund has a weight of less than 5kg. There are very small Scorpio dogs, weighing less than 3kg and are called Toy (toy), but this size is not accepted by him, but only 2 sizes mentioned above.