Dachshund siblings compete in the adorable ‘Weinerlympics’

Dachshund - 'Weinerlympics'

Perhaps you, like me, are a fan of Crusoe the Celebrity Dachshund and his brother Oakley. Crusoe and Daphne link up with their friend Oakley in the video and compete in the events against one another.

They are very entertaining dogs because of their playful nature, and there is never a dull moment when they are around. So enjoy this super cute and fun video of these two competing in various sports.

In place of the recent Tokyo Olympics, a dog enthusiast created the first official “Weinerlympics” games. Athletic dachshunds compete in swimming, weight lifting, fencing, high dive, long jump, wrestling, and running in the games. Yes, weiner dogs are capable of doing all of these things!

Dachshund - 'Weinerlympics'

Crusoe the Dachshund is a miniature dachshund, as evidenced by his numerous adorable and amusing dog videos. Crusoe has over 4 million online followers, over 1.1 billion Facebook video views, is a 2018 People’s Choice Award winner, and is a New York Times Bestselling book. Crusoe is the “wiener dog extraordinaire” who will undoubtedly brighten your day!

Surprisingly, Oakley took the lead in most of the games, with Daphne coming in a close second. Crusoe was content to sit on the sidelines and watch most of the time, especially during the water events.

Dachshunds are affectionate and playful small dogs with a lot of energy for their size. When they’ve had their fill of mischief, they’re content to curl up somewhere warm with their owner.

Dachshunds can have short or long hair. There are six types available: smooth, long, or wire-haired, in standard or miniature sizes. They are intelligent dogs who can be stubborn at times, so they are best suited to experienced owners who have the patience and time to train them. They don’t do well independently and would rather have someone around all day with whom they can play.

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Dachshund siblings compete in the adorable \'Weinerlympics\'