# Dachshunds For Dummies, 2nd edition (For Dummies (Pets)) by Eve Adamson

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The definition of a breed can mean several things. For example, it can mean the breed standard, which is (and this is a mouthful) a description of the nonexistent, ideal specimen of a particular breed, against which actual dogs of the breed are measured for the purposes of improving the breed through breeding programs and for judging the conformation of dogs in dog shows. The definition can also mean, simply, the qualities that make a breed unique. I cover both definitions throughout this chapter.

Qxp 22 10/30/07 11:13 PM Page 22 Part I: Preparing to Live with a Dachshund 8. Dachshunds often keep their noses to the ground because A. They’re surveying their environment through scent. B. They’re hoping beyond hope that they’ll run across a piece of food. 9. If you don’t allow your Dachshund on the furniture, he’ll A. Never get on the furniture. B. Quickly learn to get off the furniture when he hears you coming. 10. To a Dachshund, a fence is A. A safe enclosure. B. Something to dig under. 11.

If you read this chapter, you’ll be able to do just that. The definition of a breed can mean several things. For example, it can mean the breed standard, which is (and this is a mouthful) a description of the nonexistent, ideal specimen of a particular breed, against which actual dogs of the breed are measured for the purposes of improving the breed through breeding programs and for judging the conformation of dogs in dog shows. The definition can also mean, simply, the qualities that make a breed unique.