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The other day while out on my daily walk, I saw two wiener dogs and thought about something. Do male wienerdogs life thier legs when they urinate? I have never seen one relieve themselves, so I was curious if the males do like other males do. I would figure it would be difficult with thier body shapes. Anybody know this?
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    Originally posted by StaggerLee
    The other day while out on my daily walk, I saw two wiener dogs and thought about something. Do male wienerdogs life thier legs when they urinate? I have never seen one relieve themselves, so I was curious if the males do like other males do. I would figure it would be difficult with thier body shapes. Anybody know this?


Mine did, when I was a kid. His name was Boots. But he was a Mutt, probably 2/3rds Dachshund, and part maybe basett or something. But, yep. he did.



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When I read serious question, dog urine was the furthest thing from my mind.

My yellow lab leans forward to go, not lifting a leg oddly enough.



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I know a pug that does a hand stand to whizz. It's pretty funny. My dog will squat down, but lift one of her back legs when she goes.



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I think a lot of it depends on their weight...I have seen weiner dogs that were skinny that was able to do it but he was a mix I do believe...the fat ones that were full blooded aren't probably able to do it....



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I think both male and female dogs do that when they urinate.



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Full blooded males will hike their legs. It depends on how many other boy dogs they've been around. MRS and I do Dachshund rescue so I've seen many and they will hike as long as they were around older males when they were young.

On the other hand we have a 1 year old Weimeraner who doesn't lift his leg - he's had no boys to emulate. We have a female Dachshund mix who does lift her leg.



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    Originally posted by Rudoublesedoublel
    Full blooded males will hike their legs.

Not always. I had a rottweiler with papers he crouched. Rottweilers are known to have hip problems. So that may have something to do with it.



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    Originally posted by edoug
      Originally posted by Rudoublesedoublel
      Full blooded males will hike their legs.

    Not always. I had a rottweiler with papers he crouched. Rottweilers are known to have hip problems. So that may have something to do with it.


I missed my mouth a little there. I was referring to Dachshunds hiking their legs. Hip problems can be an issue, but from what I've seen doing rescue it really depends on how many other males are marking territory and if any other males "show" them how to hike their legs.



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