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Alpine Dachsbracke

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The alpine dachsbracke should be obtained from a reputable kennel that will provide health documents and a picture of past litters. This breed is classified as scenthound and can be used to track wounded game and scent hare and fox. These dogs are friendly to the owner and reserved with strangers. It has excellent working abilities and no serious health problems. The alpine dachsbracke should be obtained from a reputable kennel that will provide health documents and a picture of past litters.

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Alpine Dachsbracke

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Austria is considered to be the country of origin of this breed. These dogs were known since ancient times, but first written evidence dates back to the end of the 19th century. The bred was recognized by the top canine organizations in 1932. The alpine dachsbracke should be obtained from a reputable kennel that will provide health documents and a picture of past litters.

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