Ultimate Guide to “Golden Weiner Dog”

Do you want to own one of those adorable golden weiner dogĀ  that makes your heart melt when you see their owners walking them down the street? They’re adorable, no doubt. But don’t panic.

Before you make your final decision, there are many things you should know. There are many details to consider, including breed type and origin as well as the requirements for proper dog-keeping.

Let’s not waste another second. Let’s find out what lies beneath the surface.

Golden Weiner Dog

Golden Weiner Dog, also known as the Golden Dox, are commonly called Golden Dox. These fluffy buddies are a crossbred of Dachshund and Golden Retriever. They are also known as Golden Retriever Dachshund Mix or Golden Weenie Dog.

Height and Size

The Golden Weiner Dog, which is a large breed of dog, has a high degree of height and size variation. This is due to the huge contrast in their physical appearances.

Dachshunds are small and the Golden Retriever is large. If the Golden Dox has a Golden Retriever mother, it will likely be larger and heavier. If the mother is a Dachshund it will likely have a smaller build. Dachshunds get their most physical influence from their mothers. Facts aside, it is likely that the puppy will outgrow its father or mother, regardless of their gender.

The standard weight for a Golden Weiner Dog is 30 lbs. From 30 lbs. to 60 lbs. The height ranges from 10 to 23 inches. This dog is considered to be medium-sized on average.

You may have special needs and prefer a small or large dog. A Weiner-resembling dog could be the perfect match for you.


Golden Weiner Dogs are known for their stunning coats. Their coats may resemble those of retrievers, or Dachshunds with their short coats. Golden Dox may have a medium-length coat. There could also be many textures, from rough to smooth

These are the coat colors you can expect from a Golden Weiner:


Red and yellow




Light yellow

Deep Golden

General Appearance

A Golden Dox should have a thick, dense inbuilt and a rich, texture coat. Their body size to muscle ratio is slightly higher than normal. This gives them a thick and short appearance, which makes them even more adorable.