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9 minutes ago, Blackdog92 said:

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My english is bad, if briefly - The anatomy of the dachshund is ideal for hole. Dachshund do not have to crawl on the elbows in a narrow hole. Short paws allow it to move and maneuver swiftly. When dachshund working in the hole, the thorax is not squeezed in an uncomfortable, unphysiological pose when it is necessary to increase the supply of oxygen to the muscles, it has the ability to breathe in full breast, does not bring it to hypoxia. The dachshund has a good voice.

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The dachshund is usually less hot than the terrier, but the dachshund pushes the badger inside the hole and keeps it there with barking and short bites. Badger often kills too hot terriers (especially often such are found among the yagdters - very hot blood).

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1 hour ago, Victor_84 said:

My english is bad, if briefly - The anatomy of the dachshund is ideal for hole. Dachshund do not have to crawl on the elbows in a narrow hole. Short paws allow it to move and maneuver swiftly. When dachshund working in the hole, the thorax is not squeezed in an uncomfortable, unphysiological pose when it is necessary to increase the supply of oxygen to the muscles, it has the ability to breathe in full breast, does not bring it to hypoxia. The dachshund has a good voice.

Your english is better than my russian..thanks for posting

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Hello Victor

 

Thank you for sharing this.

I was unaware that there was terrier work in Russia and you hunt fox and badger to ground.

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