Doxishons are low to the ground, long in body and short of leg with robust muscular
development. They may have an intelligent, alert, facial expression. They are a small,
sturdy, powder puff of a dog whose merry temperament is evident by their plumed tail
carried jauntily over their back. The coat puffs out all over, rather than hanging down.
Doxishons are friendly, active, gentle-mannered, playful, energetic and willing to cuddle.
They can be very adaptable, bold and lively. They are lively, intelligent, courageous and
bold. They are fun-loving, but can be a challenge to train.
Dachshunds are known to have existed as far back as the 16th century, described as a
"low crooked legged" dog. The name of the breed ranges from Little Burrow Dog,
Dacksel, to Badger Dog, and named Teckel in its native country. The exact origin of the
Bichon Frise is still unknown today. In the fourteenth century, Italian sailors took the little
dog from the shores of Tenerife, one of the Canary Islands, and brought it back to
France to barter with.
Short or long loose wirey and curly
Dachshund: Germany, Bichon: France
All colors, cream, apricot
Active, sociable, gentle, playful
A Doxieshon is a cross-breed of a Miniature
Dachshund and a Bichon Frise and may
demonstrate any combination of traits from
those two breeds.