6 Reasons You Should Never Own A Dachshund
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6 Reasons You Should Never Own A Dachshund

Because no one is safe once you've taken one into your home...

6 Reasons You Should Never Own A Dachshund
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1. They want to cuddle ALL THE TIME.

Seriously. No matter what you're doing; homework, writing, trying to exercise, dachshunds want to cuddle. They'll curl up next to you, in your lap, or just walk all over you until they find the perfect spot. You can forget about getting up any time soon when you've got them cuddled next to you.

2. They love giving kisses.

Dachshunds LOVE licking. Your face, your ears, your hands, literally anything within reach, they're going to lick it. They love you and want to show you just how much. No body part is safe!

3. They're way too cute.

It's almost.... suspicious. Those big doey eyes. Those floppy ears. Their little tails that wag so hard their whole butt shakes. They are absolutely adorable and they'll win your heart instantly. There is no escape.

4. You'll never have the bed to yourself.

Dachshunds love sleeping with you, and love to hog the bed. They'll curl up next to you under the covers, and push you all the way over. And you can forget pushing them away, because they're always coming back for more. They want to be as close as possible all the time, and you can forget about having it any other way.

5. You're stuck with them forever.

Once you get a dachshund, you'll never be able to get rid of it. Not because they won't leave, but because you'll never want to be away from them. They won't help on the rent or the bills, but you won't even care. They'll pluck at every single heart string you have and have you wrapped around their little paws for good. Good luck loving another animal as much as you love your dachshund.

6. They love you way too much.

Last but not least, dachshunds love you as much I can't believe their hearts don't burst. You are their rock, their best friend, their everything, and they let you know every single day. All they want is to cuddle with you, and be as close to you as possible.

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