Sport: Outdoor Dachshunde

To the incurious, the dachshund seems a miserable creature. Too low for dignity or speed, too long to serve as a lap dog, it appears to be recommended only by its melancholy face suggesting an appreciation of its drawbacks. Actually, the dachshund is among the most intelligent and efficient of dogs. It also shows definite signs of becoming the most popular breed in the U. S. Despised during the War, dachshunde suddenly became fashionable half a dozen years ago. Last winter, they outnumbered every other breed at the...

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