Kaminski says the eyebrow movement could be something that humans unconsciously selected for, perhaps because it makes dogs look like infants.
Sausage dog owners need not despair, because now you can send your pooch to a hotel to be pampered with nail trimming, teeth cleaning and coat conditioning, as well as playdates with other pups and walks in the countryside.
Pooperman to the rescue (Picture: Caters/@sidney_minisausage )Julia, a manager for an accessories company, said: ‘I wanted to bring some positivity during this sad time and so decided to set Sidney up with some toilet roll and he loved it.
It’s disco, baby (Picture: Dachshund Cafe)If you’re a fellow dog lover, then by now you’re probably familiar with Pug Café – the company that hosts pop-ups of the greatest kind: with dogs.
The couple say dogs are easier to take care of than children (Picture: Mandy Whitnall/Mercury Press & Media)The couple wanted to move years ago to accommodate their dogs but couldn’t afford it.
The new Christmas collection has a whole host of treats in store for dog lovers, with products ranging from £6 to £25.Perhaps the best – or at least the most eye-catching item – in the new range is the Dachshund-shaped Christmas light, which comes wearing a Santa’s hat and a sparkly blue scarf.
The sausage dogs get to chill in luxury (Picture: Dan Rowlands / )There are also health treatments on offer, such as teeth cleaning, nail trimming, coat conditioning and agility programmes to help with back problems – which sausage dogs are notorious for.
Dachshund Millie takes part in a sausage dog festive walk (Picture: Jonathan Brady/PA) Lulu takes part in a sausage dog festive walk (Picture: Jonathan Brady/PA) Dachshunds Sabrina (left) and Lola (right) take part in a sausage dog festive walk in Hyde Park (Picture: Jonathan Brady/PA)