Alpine Dachsbrackes are experts at picking up scents on a trail that has gone cold.
Take one look at the Alpine Dachsbracke and you may think you’re seeing a dachshund. This breed is a mix between a dachshund and an Austrian black and tan hound. It originated in Austria in the midnineteenth century. This breed was a favorite with Austrian royal families. They were bred to track down wounded deer and boar as well as track foxes and rabbits during a hunting trip. This breed belongs to the hound group.