Alpine Dachsbracke dog breed - photos and description
Pictures of the breed
The main features of the breed
|Need regular care
|Need for activity:
|Need a lot of physical activity
|Tolerance of loneliness:
|Type of wool:
|Friendly to strangers:
|May show aggression
|relatively easy to learn
|Tendency to bark:
|They love to bark
The Alpine Dachsbracke is a purebred companion dog, originating in Austria, classified as a medium-sized dog. Although these Dachsbrackes were bred as hunting dogs of the scent hound type, they are also family friendly pets. Their weights vary between 33 and 38 pounds, with a life span of 12 to 16 years.
They are sturdy, firm-muscled, robust, strong-boned dogs with a longish stature. Alpine Dachsbrackes love spending time in the company of their families, and they are relaxed around children. Alpine Dachsbrackes are playful and adventurous, and ideal companions for outdoor enthusiasts and families with active lifestyles.
Adult Alpine Dachsbrackes require between 1100 and 1400 calories daily. Older, less active Alpine Dachsbrackes need fewer calories. Two and a half to three and a half cups of high-quality dry dog food, split into two meals, are typically enough for an Alpine Dachsbracke per day.
Alpine Dachsbrackes must always have access to fresh drinking water Alpine Dachsbrackes diets should include 22% protein to keep their joints and muscles healthy and no more than 8% fat to optimize energy levels. For overall health, the diets of Alpine Dachsbrackes should include vegetables, fruits, meat, and fish.