Last Updated on January 21, 2023
A Dachshund is an adorable Wiener dog that is short and stout. While stubborn and independent, they will love you forever and make a wonderful companion for your family.
This purebred dog breed comes in two sizes: the Standard Dachshund and the Miniature Dachshund.
Should you get a Dachshund mixed breed? The answer is yes for a few reasons. Keep reading to learn more!
A Closer Look at the 30 Most Popular and Adorable Dachshund Mixes
Some Doxie mix-breed dogs can make excellent family pets, while others have the energy to be great companions for active owners. Let’s look at the 30 most popular Dachshund mixes.
1. Chihuahua & Dachshund mix (AKA Chiweenie)
The Chiweenie is a small dog breed that’s mixed with the Chihuahua and the Dachshund. Depending on which parent the pup takes after, the Chiweenie can have a long or a short coat.
This mixed breed will make a good family dog, and is confident and affectionate. Due to its small size, it’s suitable to live just about anywhere, including apartments.
2. Corgi & Dachshund mix (AKA Dorgi)
These mutts are just about as cute as can be. Crossed between a Dachshund and a Corgi, the Dorgi is friendly, social, and loyal to its humans.
They have plump, long bodies from both sides of their parents as well as short legs. The coat length is medium with low shedding. This small dog will be a great addition to any home.
3. Pitbull & Dachshund mix (AKA Dox-Bull)
The Dox-Bull, also known as the Pitwee or Doxiebull, is another adorable crossbreed that will fit well in any home.
They’re highly intelligent, which might make training a bit of a challenge, but they’re gentle and will make excellent therapy or guard dogs.
The Doxiebull normally has the head of a Pitbull and the elongated body of a Dachshund.
Their coat will also most likely come from the Dachshund since they have three different coat varieties: wire-haired, long-haired, and short-haired.
4. Yorkshire Terrier & Dachshund mix (AKA Dorkie)
Who could pass up the Dorkie, a mixture between a Dachshund and a Yorkie? This little cutie is a small toy breed that typically has the same shape as a Dachshund dog but the coloring of the Yorkshire Terrier.
This bundle of fur is smart, loyal, and playful. However, they can get a little aggressive and protective of their toys and food, so they could tend to nip.
5. Beagle & Dachshund mix (AKA Doxle)
This dog breed comes from the Dachshund and the Beagle. So, the pup will vary in weight and size depending on whether one of its parents was a standard sausage dog or a miniature one.
The Doxle is an energetic, friendly, and loyal pup. It will make a great family dog as long as you’re able to keep up with its energy and be able to give it a lot of attention throughout the day.
6. Miniature Poodle & Dachshund mix (AKA Doxiepoo)
This mixed breed is small to medium in size. If the coat takes after the Miniature Poodle, then Doxiepoo can be considered hypoallergenic.
This is great as it means minimal shedding for you and low-maintenance grooming care.
The Doxiepoo is clever and affectionate, making it another great choice for a family dog.
7. Jack Russell Terrier & Dachshund mix (AKA Jackshund)
Have you ever seen a Jack Russell Terrier and a Dachshund crossed together? The Jackshund, an adorable breed will be a small-sized dog, with the mother of the parent breeds being the Jack Russell Terrier.
This is another top choice for a family dog, but they’re quite energetic, so you’ll need to be able to keep up with them. They also love to bark, so be prepared for that as well.
8. Labrador Retriever & Dachshund mix (AKA Dachsador)
The Dachsador, also known as the Doxidor or the Labshund, is a dog breed laid back and friendly to others.
They can be energetic and love to play, but they’re adaptable to any living space, so they can easily learn when to be calm and when not to be.
On the plus side, the Weinerdor has an easy coat to take care of. You’ll have minimal grooming and brushing to do for this medium-sized pup.
9. Golden Retriever & Dachshund mix (AKA Golden Dox)
The Golden Dox is a mixed breed between a Dachshund and a Golden Retriever. Similar to the Dachsador above but a little more reserved, this pup is extremely loyal, gentle, and intelligent.
They’re a smart breed and will be reasonably easy to train from a puppy.
However, they will be bigger than most other badger dog mixes. This crossbreed will be about medium to large with a long or medium coat that is smooth or wiry. This type of breed will make a great family pet.
10. Pomeranian & Dachshund mix (AKA Dameranian)
Here we have the adorable Dameranian, a Dachshund, and Pomeranian mix. In terms of grooming, this particular breed will require a lot of brushing.
This breed will have a thick, medium to long coat between the various coat types from the Dachshund parent and the fluff of a Pomeranian.
The pup itself will be small to medium in size and weight. They’ll make a great lap dog as they’re social, affectionate, and an overall nice addition to the family.
11. German Shepherd & Dachshund mix (AKA Dachshund Shepherd)
Given the vast differences between the size of a German Shepherd and a Dachshund, who knew they could crossbreed together?
The Dachshund Shepherd will be medium to large in terms of weight but will not be nearly as tall as a German Shepherd. It will, however, have a double coat due to both parent breeds.
The Dachshund Shepherd is a loyal, social, and energetic breed that anyone would want to be around and play with.
12. Pug & Dachshund mix (AKA Daug)
The intelligent, affectionate, and loyal Daug is none other than a cross between a Dachshund and a Pug.
This adorable pup will be medium in size with a big, round head and a wrinkled face of the Pug along with its curly tail. It will, however, have the long body of its hot dog parent.
This designer dog will have a smooth or wiry shorthaired coat that only moderately sheds.
13. Rat Terrier & Dachshund mix (AKA Toy Rat Doxie)
The Toy Rat Doxie is a small pup that will grow to 18 inches in height. This crossbreed is moderately active due to its small size and can live in just about any sized house.
While their appearance will vary, as all mixed breeds do, this breed typically has a long snout and long bodies, similar to their Dachshund parent.
The Toy Ratshund Terrier is a love to be around as they’re fairly independent and affectionate and will make a great family pet.
14. Miniature Schnauzer & Dachshund mix (AKA Mini Schnoxie)
The Miniature Schnoxie is another smaller crossbreed between a Dachshund and a Miniature Schnauzer.
Despite their small size, they have a sturdy body that will most likely take after the Miniature Schnauzer in terms of their coat. This means that this breed may be hypoallergenic.
This particular breed, also known as the Merle Schnauzer, is affectionate with its family, social with friends, and an overall low-maintenance breed to care for.
15. Miniature Pinscher & Dachshund mix (AKA Doxie Pin)
The Doxie Pin is another miniature crossbreed that will grow to be about 13 inches in height.
Crossed with a Miniature Pinscher, this Dachshund puppy can look like either pup parent but will most likely be taller than a Dachshund.
This designer dog may have the long body and short legs of a Dachshund and have the Miniature Pinscher’s tail with a medium-length coat.
Overall, this mixed breed is intelligent, timid, and quiet. So, it will make a perfect family dog in a calm home.
16. Basset Hound & Dachshund mix (AKA Basschshund)
The Basschshund is a Dachshund and Basset Hound mix that will typically be medium in size and have long, floppy ears.
This pup will shed a fair amount, so it will need regular brushing with a slicker brush to keep its shedding under control.
They’re a gentle, bold, and independent breed that will undoubtedly be affectionate with their family and always want to be near you.
17. Cocker Spaniel & Dachshund mix (AKA Docker)
Small to medium in size, the Docker will be a great addition to your home. They’re loyal and affectionate with their family.
This hot dog mixed with a Cocker Spaniel’s coat will depend on what type of coat their Dachshund parent has, whether it’s short hair, long hair, or wire hair.
They can inherit any looks from either parent but will most likely have a long body, short legs, and floppy ears.
18. Shih Tzu & Dachshund mix (AKA Schweenie)
The Schweenie is an adorable crossbreed of the Dachshund and the Shih Tzu. You won’t be disappointed with this breed in your home. They’re intelligent, and loyal, and will make excellent family pets.
In terms of care, the Schweenie’s coat will vary since both its pup parents can have different types of coats.
So, this crossbreed can have long, short, or medium hair that’s shiny, smooth, or ragged, making it not as hypoallergenic as some other breeds.
19. French Bulldog & Dachshund mix (AKA French Bull Weiner)
The French Bulldog is quite the cutie, and if you cross it with a Dachshund, it’s all the cuter.
The French Bull Weiner, or the Frenschund, can look like either parent, but its coat will most likely depend on what type of coat their Dachshund parent has.
While this pup isn’t suitable for young children due to their chasing tendencies, it’s energetic, social, and adaptable to living spaces, making it a great addition to your home.
20. Siberian Husky & Dachshund mix (AKA Dusky)
Varying from pup to pup, the Dusky can take after either parent, the Doxie and Siberian Husky. This adorable dog might have droopy ears or erect ears.
They might be on the smaller side in size thanks to their Dachshund parent or be medium in size due to their Siberian Husky parent.
There will never be a dull moment in your house if you bring a Dusky into your family. They’re stubborn, clever, and extremely playful.
They’re highly affectionate, but they’ll need to be properly socialized if you have young children in your home.
21. Rottweiler & Dachshund mix (AKA Dachsweiler)
There isn’t much known at this time of the Dachsweiler. It’s a rare crossbreed that can look like either parent – the Doxie or the Rottweiler.
These two purebreds are vastly different from one another. So, some pups might have the long body of the Dachshund and the head of the Rottweiler.
This dog will make a great family pet if socialized properly with younger children. They’re affectionate, loyal, and will be protective of the ones they love, making them great watchdogs.
They love to play and will be full of energy.
22. Maltese & Dachshund mix (AKA Mauxie)
The Mauxie is a low-maintenance crossbreed of the Dachshund and Maltese pups. This is a great breed to have for all dog lovers but especially new owners. They’re adaptable, easy to train, loyal, and playful.
This designer dog is a delight to have for a companion.
Their coat will take some maintenance, though. Between the different coat types of the Doxie and the long, silky fur of the Maltese, the Mauxie will need daily brushing and regular grooming to keep their coat in healthy condition.
23. Dalmatian & Dachshund mix (AKA Dalmachshund)
The Dalmachshund, also known as the Dachmatian, has an adorable dapple coat that makes it stand out from other breeds. It’s an intelligent, playful, and strong-willed pup.
If you have the time to give this dog the exercise and playtime it needs, this hybrid will be a delight to have in your home.
This dog will be suitable for large or small homes and grow to be about 15 inches in height. They’re not hypoallergenic, but they have low shedding, and grooming will be minimal care.
24. Cairn Terrier & Dachshund mix (Doxie Cairn)
Here we have the Doxie Cairn, which is a hybrid of the Dachshund and Cairn Terrier.
While the pup can inherit any of its looks and personality traits from either parent, they will most likely have a wiry coat from their Cairn Terrier parent. This will require regular brushing.
While this hybrid is great to have in any home and makes a great family pet, they do like to bark a lot and be stubborn. However, they’re playful, loyal, and will love spending quality time with you.
25. Border Collie & Dachshund mix (AKA Border Weenie)
The hybrid of a Dachshund and a Border Collie is known as the Border Weenie. This adorable breed is playful, loyal, and clever. You’ll have a lot of fun with this pup should you bring one home to your family.
In terms of looks, they can inherit any traits from either parent, but the Dachshund genres tend to be more dominant in which your Border Weenie is most likely to look more like its Dachshund parent.
26. Boxer & Dachshund mix (AKA Boxer Dachshund)
The Boxer Dachshund is exactly what it sounds like. It’s a hybrid of the Doxie and the Boxer. This crossbreed will have a short coat and be small to medium in size.
They won’t be as big as a Boxer, but they’ll be larger than a typical Dachshund.
This pup is playful, but stubborn making training a bit of a challenge. There will never be a dull moment with this one around, and they’ll make a great family dog.
27. Great Dane & Dachshund mix (AKA Great Dane Dachshund)
Given the size difference between a Great Dane and a Dachshund, it’s hard to believe they can be bred together. However, it’s possible, and they’re adorable.
Of course, their genes will vary, but they’re most likely to be medium in size with a short coat. Most tend to get a long body like their Dachshund parent as well.
Despite their size, the Great Dane Dachshund is gentle, loyal, and playful. They’ll make a great family pet.
28. Doberman & Dachshund mix (AKA Doberman Dachshund)
The Doberman Dachshund is another fun crossbreed that’s loyal, playful, and courageous. The two purebreds this pup comes from are similar in terms of personality and temperament.
If trained properly, this hybrid will be a loveable addition to any home, even a family with young kids.
This pup will be low to the ground and most likely take the long body from its Dachshund parent. They won’t get any taller than nine inches in height and weigh up to 32 pounds, which is normal for their Doxie parent.
29. Shetland Sheepdog & Dachshund mix (AKA Shethund)
The Shetland Sheepdog crossed with a Dachshund is a Shethund. This breed can look like either parent but will sometimes have its Doxie parents’ legs and Sheltie parent’s body.
They are energetic, smart, and loyal making them a great family pet for any home.
30. Papillon & Dachshund mix (AKA Papshund)
With the long body of a Dachshund and the adorable butterfly ears of the Papillon, you have the Papshund. This toy hybrid is rare but is recognized by a few breed associations and will make a great addition to any home.
However, they are gentle and sensitive, so they will need a lot of attention and love from their family. They’ll make great lapdogs and do well with kids as long as they know how to play with their dogs correctly.
Which Dachshund Mixes are Your Favorites?
Out of the hybrids listed, which is your favorite?
Some aren’t suitable for homes with young children but can adapt to the living situation if properly trained and socialized.
Dachshunds live long, and so do these hybrids, though their life spans will vary. Regardless, you’ll have a loyal, forever friend.
Will you be choosing a Dachshund mix to take home today? Let us know which one in the comments below!