The Water Retrieve by Bine

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This shows a working dachshund at a water retrieve. Not only are they used to flush out badgers, foxes and groundhogs, no – they also excel in tracking wounded deer. I myself am not a hunter, but I am a dachshund owner and therefore am interested in what “my” breed can do. This photo was taken in Reading, PA at an event hosted by the North American Teckel Club.

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I’m Bine and my camera is an Olympus E-620 and a Lumix DMC-ZS19. As you can see, I am a total animal nut and I couldn’t imagine my life without being in nature and surrounding myself with animals.
I would call myself a pragmatic agnostic with the view, that there is no proof of either the existence or nonexistence of any deity. Since any deity that may exist appears unconcerned for the universe or the welfare of its inhabitants, the question is largely academic.

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  • WildestArt
    WildestArt11 months ago

    LOOK at him go!! Cool!

  • Amazingly, the duck was still in one piece. lol This, btw, is part of the breeding regulation for dachshunds in Germany, that they have to be capable of doing the tasks they were bred for. That’s why the German dachsies are usually a bit more compact and equipped with longer legs than their American, sofa-bound cousins.

    – Bine

  • Keala
    Keala11 months ago

    How cool! I used to date a recovery scuba diver and one of the cadaver dogs was a dachshund and the other was a jack rat. They need small dogs so the divers can support them in water recovery when the pups get tired.

  • WildestArt
    WildestArt10 months ago

  • How about that ? lol Thank you so very much ! :-)

    – Bine

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