About dachshund socks and sausages
Anyone who is interested in the history of dog breeds will look for the connection in German-speaking countries. Or perhaps you can ask a scout wearing camping socks
to tell you the story about dachshund socks
. While the dog breed is popularly known in pop culture as hot dog dogs, in hunter's language one speaks of a Dachshund or in English simply “Badger dog”. We wonder if this also means that these dogs would chase after raccoon socks
, among others? What if we combine the context of cultural traditions with current trends? The sausage four-legged friend literally looks like a Viennese sausage! And that is exactly why it is so popular and well known. The love for Dachshund socks
could also be due to the unique properties. Rumor has it, that fans of this design feel elongated energy from the top of their heads to the tip of their toes.
Dachshund socks have a legacy
As mentioned, dachshund socks
rightly have a place in pop culture! For decades there was hardly a way around a bobble dog
on the back of your car’s trunk shelf. Today fans of cat socks
are still shocked at the sight of this dancing Dachshund. Even events in history reflect the popularity of these dachshund socks
. The 1972 Olympic Games in Germany, were not only associated with hobby socks
but also with the iconic dog. The National Olympic Committee named the Dachshund Waldi
as the official mascot of the mega-event! The legacy was a veritable boom in Dachshund breeding. Just like Dachshund socks
are the bestsellers today! While up to 28,000 puppies were bred annually in the 1970s, we saw fewer than 6,000 Dachshunds per year by the 1920s. Even if there are fewer and fewer Waldis or Dachshund bobble dogs, Dachshund socks
are still a symbol of pop culture and the love for this unique breed.