Witzig

  • What your dachshund’s coat type says about their personality

    Although their distinctly long bodies might be what they’re most known for, we think dachshunds are just as unmistakeable for their personalities. As a whole, the breed is known for being clever, stubborn, lively and brave—but what about different types of dachshunds? Do longhaired and wirehaired dachshunds have the same personalities as their smooth cousins?
  • Meet Auggie — header extraordinaire — and his person, Deborah

    We all know that our relationship with dachshunds is one that only other dachshund lovers can understand, so we’re putting some of our favorite parent-pup duos in the spotlight.
  • Does my dachshund need a slow feeder bowl?

    Read on to learn why it’s so important to help curb your dachshund’s overeating and how to do it.
  • What were dachshunds bred to do?

    What were dachshunds originally bred to do? Two words: hunt badgers.
  • The story behind "Dachshunds"

    Witzig is, first and foremost, for dachshunds — but it’s also for their people! Our very first goal as a business: get dachshund owners (like you!) to be a collaborative part of our product development process. But how?
  • Meet Dave — nerf gun fetch master — and his person, Jana

    We all know that our relationship with dachshunds is one that only other dachshund lovers can understand, so we’re putting some of our favorite parent-pup duos in the spotlight.
  • Meet Benjamin — hide and seek pro — and his person, Racquel

    We all know that our relationship with dachshunds is one that only other dachshund lovers can understand, so we’re putting some of our favorite parent-pup duos in the spotlight.
  • Meet Peet — cheese connoisseur — and his person, Jillian

    We all know that our relationship with dachshunds is one that only other dachshund lovers can understand, so we’re putting some of our favorite parent-pup duos in the spotlight.
  • Meet Pierre — jack of all tricks — and his person, Rachelle

    We all know that our relationship with dachshunds is one that only other dachshund lovers can understand, so we’re putting some of our favorite parent-pup duos in the spotlight.
  • How to choose the best toy for your dachshund

    Like most dogs, dachshunds love to play, but they grow bored easily and have a tendency to rip through toys with their strong jaws. You want to look for toys that are tough, engaging, and safe...and it doesn’t hurt if they involve a little food, too.