A Museum of Wiener Dogs Just Opened, and Its Honestly About Dang Time
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Every good boy definitely deserves the spotlight once in a while, but one breed in particular is getting an entire museum dedicated to its existence.

Dachshund owners and former florists Josef Küblbeck and Oliver Storz just opened a museum in the Bavarian city of Passau, Germany, to commemorate their love for wiener dogs (and yes, now we’re absolutely determined to open a museum in honor of our own sweet yellow Lab, Daisy). 

The Dackelmuseum (dackel is another German word for dachshund) is filled with more than 4,500 weiner-dog-themed items like stamps, art, memorabilia, statues and collectibles that the two owners have collected over the course of 20 years. It also has guided tours that are booked until the end of June, according to The Times, and occasional appearances by the owners’ pups, Seppi and Moni.

“The world needs a sausage dog museum,” Küblbeck told the BBC.

We couldn’t agree more. Germany, here we come.

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