It is said that a dog is a man’s best friend, but in the case of this Dachshund named Lana, a dog is a cow’s best friend! The, energetic pup loves life and loves her afternoon walks. While out on a walk one day, Lana encounters a strange animal that she has to meet. The friendly cow is just as eager to meet this fluffy tiny new friend. Their first encounter is a little uneasy but the two cannot get enough of each other, following each other around the field.
Here are some facts about Dachshunds: They are not hypoallergenic, darn! The lifespan of a dachshund is typically 14-17 years and at the standard size, they range from 16-33 pounds. They are originally from Germany and the name "Dachshund” is of German origin and literally means "badger dog."
These dogs are playful, can be stubborn, lively and energetic, devoted friends, strong and courageous, and super clever. Because of their long, narrow build, they are often nicknamed “wiener dogs” or “sausage dogs.”"Dachshund" may be erroneously pronounced and/or spelled "dash hound," "dash-hound," or "dashound" by some English speakers. Dachshunds can have short hair or long hair and they come in all sorts of colors.
Back to this unlikely pair. In the video, you will see the dachshund walk up to the cow and run away, and that is when the cow's interest is piqued and she begins to follow her tiny friend. Watch the video, below, and be entertained by the duo.
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