badger dog, dachsie
dog (part of speech: noun)
Doberman pinscher, boarhound, English setter, terrier, German shepherd, beagle, pointer, poodle, boxer, Afghan, setter, wolfhound, whippet, Great Dane, Pekinese, Aberdeen terrier, Irish wolfhound, Cairn terrier, dingo, hound, husky, griffon, Yorkshire terrier, bloodhound, mastiff, chow, greyhound, Pomeranian, collie, French poodle, golden retriever, retriever, Irish setter, foxhound, Dalmatian, St. Bernard, bull terrier, Labrador retriever, pug, toy poodle, cocker spaniel, basset hound, Scotch terrier, Welsh terrier, Airedale, schnauzer, Siberian wolfhound, spitz, Borzoi, Chihuahua, sheep dog, Samoyed, dog, spaniel, bulldog
- Geist, the dachshund, appears agreeably, with many other birds and beasts, in a May letter of this year, and botany reinforces zoology in a later one to Mr Grant Duff. - "Matthew Arnold", George Saintsbury.
- It looks at a distance like a huge dachshund with head and tail sticking up. - "The Sunny Side of Diplomatic Life, 1875-1912", Lillie DeHegermann-Lindencrone.
- Who ever heard of a German without a dachshund? - "The Haunted Bookshop", Christopher Morley.