Books and Web Sites about Dachshunds - dummies

Books and Web Sites about Dachshunds

Looking for more information on Dachsunds? You’ve come to the right place! Turn to these books and Web sites — all about Dachshunds — whether you want to delve further into training, learn more about adoption, find cool Dachshund photos, or find products for your wiener dog.

Dachsie books

Here are a few fun Dachshund books to add to your collection, if you have one (and if you don’t, why not start right now?):

  • Adopting a Pet for Dummies, by Eve Adamson (Wiley) — Learn more about adopting dogs from shelters and pet rescue groups.

  • The Culture Clash, by Jean Donaldson (James & Kenneth Publishers) — You’ll never look at training a dog the same way again.

  • Dont Shoot the Dog! The New Art of Teaching and Training, by Karen Pryor (Ringpress Books Ltd) — Another really helpful book on dog training.

  • Dig In! Earthdog Training Made Easy, by Mario Migliorini (Howell Book House) — Channel you Dachsie’s desire to dig with the sport of earthdog.

  • The Ugly Dachshund, by G.B. Stern (J.N. Townsend Publishing) — This is a classic Dachshund story from 1938.

  • Day of the Dachshund, by Jim Dratfield (Clarkson Potter) — An adorable and beautiful book of artistic Dachshund photos.

  • Wiener Dog Art: A Far Side Collection, by Gary Larson (Time Warner Paperbacks) — You’ll love these hilarious Dachshund-inspired art “reproductions.”

  • Albert, the Dog Who Liked to Ride in Taxis, by Cynthia Zarin (Athenaeum/Richard Jackson Books) — Indispensable for the city-dwelling toddler set.

  • Pretzel, by H.A. Rey and Margaret Rey (Houghton Mifflin) — A classic children’s book from the authors of Curious George.

  • Gretchen The Bicycle Dog, by Anita Heyman (Dutton Juvenile) — A children’s book about a Dachshund who becomes paralyzed but is determined to keep moving.

Wiener web sites

If you spend time online, here’s your chance to surf for Dachshund-relevant fun and information.