Dogs closely resembling Alpine Dachsbrackes have reportedly been used all the way back to antiquity.
Alpine Dachsbrackes are robust, hardy dogs used to track large hoofed game carrying a wound or as a scenthound on the trail of hares and foxes in the mountains.
Never ruffled, these calm, confident dogs are both friendly and alert. These sturdy hunting dogs are short-legged but robustly built, with well-developed bones and firm muscles.
Source: key facts and characteristics sourced from Fédération Cynologique Internationale (FCI)
Assertive / Friendly / Intelligent
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