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On April 2, the Bavarian city of Passau made a major step to commemorate that appreciation and welcomed a museum dedicated entirely to celebrating the German sausage dogs.
According to the BBC, the Dackelmuseum (which translates to “Dachshund Museum”) is filled with 4,500 different items celebrating the breed, from stamps to puppets to glass figurines.
Its founders, Josef Küblbeck and Oliver Storz, claim the Dackelmuseum features the world’s largest collection of wiener dog paraphernalia.
But it won’t just be paraphernalia on display—Küblbeck’s and Storz’s own sausage dogs will reportedly make regular appearances at the exhibition space, and visitors are welcome to bring their dogs, as well. Read more via afar.com.