Dachshund with cow spots on his body loved by social media

Dachshunds are usually easy to spot – they have short legs, long bodies and dark brown or black coats. Then there’s Moo – a Dachshund who commands a second look; not because he’s so adorable but also because he has a spotted black and white body of a cow or a dalmatian.

Moo has his own Instagram page where he introduced himself to a bevy of adorers. Even as a nine-week-old puppy, Moo has made:

And he is not photoshopped; he just happens to have piebald fur; he has heavy ticking, black spots on his all white coat, BUT he also has a black and tan head just like most Dachshunds. Fans posting have stated Moo’s head and body simply don’t match.

Now at seven-months of age, he just gets cuter and cuter.

“He loves to hoard his toys in one spot, watermelon and almonds are his favorite treats, and he loves to take naps on his back under his bed,” his owner Victoria Hoffman from Miami posted.

“I never get bored or lonely having Moo around.”

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  1. Bunny Peters says:

    This dog is adorable!!! I did some research on piebald doxies and he IS the real deal…. there are lots of snapshots of piebald doxies in various colors and degree of spotting on Google.com…..

    One thing about piebald genetics: there is an association with deafness. Piebald is associated with deafness but not an absolute determinant of deafness……

    We rescued a Jack Russell mix who is piebald. He is absolutely adorable and definitely not deaf!!! That mutt can hear a wrapper opening from two rooms away!!!

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