Facts & Origin
The Doxiemo - Dachshund and American Eskimo Dog Mix
The Doxiemo is a cross between the charming Dachshund and the beautiful American Eskimo Dog. As a designer dog, this mix has become increasingly popular in recent years and brings out the positive qualities of both parent breeds.
The Doxiemo is a lovable, playful and intelligent dog that fits well with most families. He needs both physical and mental stimulation and loves to spend time with his people. With proper care and training, this charming hybrid will become a beloved family member. His versatility, combined with his friendly and adaptable nature, makes Doxiemo an excellent companion.
|Origin||USA - Germany|
|Life expectancy||12 - 16 years|
|Care requirements||high-maintenance - low-maintenance|
|FCI group||not recognised|
|AKC group||not recognised|
|KC group||not recognised|
Attitude, character and temperament of the breed
Character and temperament of the Doxiemo
The Doxiemo is a happy, playful and loyal companion that fits well with families of all sizes. This breed is known for its intelligence, which makes training easier, but also means it needs mental stimulation to avoid boredom and destructive behavior.
They tend to be very social and loving, but can be a bit stubborn at times - a trait they likely inherit from their Dachshund parent. Still, with proper training and socialization, they are usually well-adjusted and friendly dogs.
Care and health of the Doxiemo
In terms of grooming, the Doxiemo requires regular brushing to keep his coat clean and healthy. His activity level is moderate and daily walks or playtime is important to keep his mind and body healthy.
In terms of health, the Doxiemo can be prone to some of the health conditions common in his parent breeds. These include patellar luxation, hip dysplasia, and eye problems. Regular checkups with a veterinarian and a balanced diet are critical to his long-term health and well-being.
What does this mongrel look like?
With a height of 25-38 cm and a weight of 7-13 kg, the Doxiemo remains on the smaller side. Its appearance can vary greatly depending on the characteristics it inherits from its parent breeds. Typically, the Doxiemo has a medium to long coat that can have the fluffy texture of the American Eskimo Dog and the variety of colors of the Dachshund, including white, cream, black, brown and tan.
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A Doxiemo is a cross between a Dachshund and an American Eskimo Dog. The mix is influenced by the white color and stately size of the American Eskimo Dog, its energy and curiosity, and the Dachshund's childlike charm.
It can grow between 8 and 30 cm high and weigh 5 to 15 kg.
Having inherited energy and curiosity from both parents, he requires regular physical and mental stimulation. He needs a lot of attention and affection to stay happy and healthy.
This cross can be found in white, cream, black and brown coat colors.
Yes, they like to learn new skills, participate in dog dancing or other sports.