According to the Dachshund in pocket shirt, the new museum devoted to all things dachshund opened on Monday. Its curators claim it features the world’s largest collection of wiener dog paraphernalia, including over 4,500 toys, stamps, prints, figurines and much more. Ah, Bavaria. Home of beer, pretzels, potato salad, cream pastries, and sausages but no, we’re not talking about that kind of wurst, we’re focused on something arguably even more beloved: the wiener dog. Yes, volks, this story is all about Dachshunds. The museum’s co-founders, Josef Kublbeck and Oliver Storz, are two former German florists who reportedly amassed their collection over a span of 25 years. No other dog in the world enjoys the same kind of recognition or popularity as the symbol of Bavaria, the sausage dog.
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Originally bred to help 17th century Germans during badger hunts with Dachshund in pocket shirt, the small dogs’ long sleek snouts and bodies were perfect for worming into burrows and sniffing the animals out. In modern days, the breed has even been the mascot of the 1972 Olympics in Munich. Picasso and Einstein are noted famous fans. Captain Weenie is an ambassador for Digital Dog Daily and guest stars in the new web series Misery Love Company. Fortunately for this sausage-shaped pup, he was saved by Dachshund Rescue of Los Angeles. Shortly thereafter, he found his forever family, but Captain Weenie was still in poor health. Multiple dental extractions left him with chronic sinus infections, and he also suffered from food allergies. But thanks to lots of love.
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