Other names: Swedish Dachsbracke
Country of origin: Sweden
Size Type: Small Dog Breeds
Group: Tracking Dogs
Life span: 13 to 15 years
Temperament: Alert, self-confident, even hardened, sharp
Height: Males: 32-38 cm; Females: 30-36 cm
Weight: Males: 14-16 kg; Females: 14-16 kg
Color: Black and white, Tri-color, Fawn and White
The price of puppies: $600 – $1000
A distinctive feature of the Drever breed is their long body and short legs, which they inherited from the Westphalian dachshund, however, as a working dog, these qualities are not exaggerated. She has short hair, which can be of different colors (just not white, such a dog can be deaf) and have white spots. This breed has drooping ears and a long tail, typical of beagle dogs. The maximum height of the tree at the withers is 38cm (15 inches), this length is shorter than the length of hunting dogs with the same body dimensions. The Westphalian Dachsbracke is approximately 2 cm shorter than the Drever.
The ribcage is oval, well developed, and extends just below the elbow. The distance from the sternum to the ground is 40% of the total height at the withers. The front of the chest is protruding. The ribs are well developed and reach the back. The withers are well defined on the cables. The backline is straight. The loin is strong, arched, and rather short. The croup is long, wide, and slightly sloping. The belly is well tucked up.
Attentive, confident, restrained, perceptive.