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I have a Daschund, she is 2 and has had one litter and is going to have a second May 22nd. I bred her with a Pom and was woundering if anyone has any info on how they will look or any pictures. I have tred to find some photos online but haven't had any luck. I don't think it's very popular mix.
This is my little PomaDot. She was 7 weeks old here. Right after this picture was taken her ears started to stand up (Like a pom's) I miss her floppy ears but she is still such a cute little puppy!
I have 3 Dach/Pom mix. Mamma the Dachsund, Daddy the Pom. My boy's are all brothers, same parents 1st, 2cd, 3rd litter. Elvis, Harley, Denny. They are about 7 month apart in age, the Baby, Denny, is quit the character. His brothers are gentle and caring with him. They have brought me so much joy and laughter. I have what we call a tail waggin party, and those curly tails, just start going.
Denny, born 1/16/11. I walk 1-3 miles along the Boyou in my subdivison, daily. Denny is just now able to really keep up with us (I carry him, when he gets tired. And he'll let me know when he's ready for "Daddy", to pick him up).
Watching them when we walk (I give em free time, and take the leash off), is so much FUN!! They play, play, play, its just a hoot!!
This is my baby, Roscoe. He is a Doc pom mix and is going on 3 years old. lovable, loyal, playful, sometimes stubborn, and for some reason has an odd fascination with socks that have been worn, LOL. The best breed of dog I have ever owned. Mine seems to take after the pom side in characteristics, until he gets scared or protective, then the Doc side comes out.
This is Bailey, she's my 7 year old "Weineranian". I wanted to share a pic since she looks so much different than any of the other pics on here! She must be a bit of a mutant, but she's my child and I love her. :)
By Daisy's Mama from Nashville, TN
Hi Daisy and Family, You are a cutie! I am from TN also, around Bristol area.
One good indicator is the paws. The dogs usually grow into them. Or if you know the parents, take a good look.
I am sure you will love your pup no matter what size. Cute picture of a cute dog.
My vet confirmed that you can estimated a puppy's adult weight by taking their 8 weeks weight and mulitping by 3 or their 12 week weight and multiply by 2. This will give you a very close estimate of their adult weight. My puppy was 6 lbs. at 12 weeks so her adult weight should be about 12 lbs. Hope this helps.
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Radar is about 12 years old and is 1/2 Pom-1/2 Doxie. We bought him from a family friend For fun, he likes to be the boss! He was hurt 5 years ago from ice falling from the roof of a porch, he lost the use of his hind legs. We didn't want to put him to sleep because of our love for him. My oldest son who lives with me made a cart for him from a old baby buggy frame. He has been on wheels now since February 2004 and still going strong.
By Joan1935 from Central IA
Angel was 14 years old when she passed away on March 23,2009. She was a longhaired Dachshund and Pomeranian mix. I was nursing in Southern California and became friends with the granddaughter of one of my patients. She owned the parents of the puppies that were to be born and said I needed one! I saw her at 1 day old and brought her home at 6 weeks old. She weighed 19 1/2 ounces!
She was raised with my 20 pound cat named Tyrone. He taught her to use the litter box and she taught him how to play hide and seek and how to love puppies! She worked every day with me in the hospital and visited with young and old, those in bed due to surgery, physical therapy or even I.V. therapy. She had her own folder in the admin. office and nurses, physicians and even inspectors knew her by name and they all loved her. If you are ever blessed with a Angel like mine you will be able to touch the lives of those around you.
By Aleen from North Richland Hills, Tx
Chewy is 2 years old and a Pomeranian/Dachshund. We got him in Dec 2009, he was such a tiny little dog with HUGE ears! Chewy loves to play with his "brother," Mason.
By Candace from Gillette, WY
Sophie is 17 months old. She is a Pomeranian - Dachshund mix. I got her through a classified ads on May 3, 2008. Sophie likes to wrestle with her pal, Ben. Ben is a 1/2 border collie, 1/2 Aussie male dog. He adores Sophie.
What would I do without her? She is everything to me! She is the most loving dog. I have spinal stenosis and it is very painful. Sophie cheers me up and helps me manage my pain.
By Susan from Florence, CO
I got him off Craigslist at 9 weeks. He loves tennis balls! He really loves to cuddle.
I found her online, I forget what website, but I got her in 2010. She has long wire hair, long body, short legs, and weighs about 20-25 pounds. Shedding is minimal.
Heisman Tebow Green is a 17 month old Pomeranian/Dachshund mix. I got him from my parents December 29, 2007 for my daughter's 18th Birthday. He likes to chase any moving object. He is smart, funny, and handsome. He is amazing.
Hank is a 7 year old Long Haired Dachshund/Pomeranian mix I got 3 years ago from an animal rescue agency, Hank likes to chase squirrels and cats. Run through grass. Dance for treats. Nap in his bed.
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I have a Daschund, she is 2 and has had one litter and is going to have a second May 22nd. I bred her with a Pom and was wondering if anyone has any info on how they will look or any pictures. I have tried to find some photos online, but haven't had any luck. I don't think it's very popular mix.
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It is fun to watch them run the fields together they are so different. This little guy will always come back for more thinking he is the biggest and baddest of all dogs ever created. Yet he watches over our g'baby every time she visits like he is the best gentlest nanny ever. This dog is a delight to all who meets him, and I have to tell people daily "no you can't have our Hey you". (03/09/2009)
Hayden is such a joy to have in the house. She is full of life, she cuddles with you when she's tired, she's always there by your side. She has gotten better with being left alone, but still cries a bit when we first leave. She is doing very well with her training. She is fully potty trained now and asks to go outside to do her business. She is learning new tricks very quickly. She loves to give kisses and have her head behind her ears rubbed. I couldn't ask for a better companion. This picture is Hayden at 11 1/2 weeks old. (07/18/2009)