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Posting is going to be pretty spotty for the next week: I am super busy and have also recently (momentarily) dislocated my right thumb. Which is a bad combination. On the other hand, a long-haired miniature dachshund and a golf … Continue reading
Arty was one year old on the day this picture was taken, and dad had some birthday plans!
Welp, my laptop has 3% battery left, I’m parked in a Sam’s Club parking lot for the night, and I don’t much feel like wasting gas turning on the generator, so you get a post of these two Dogs of … Continue reading
Yes, that’s pronounced like the first part of ‘dachshund’. Moby’s 8, and quite small, but mighty in his cuteness. Edit: OMG, how did I forget: FOOOOOOFLY WIENER!
I can never get enough Foofly Wieners. So here’s a foofly wiener puppy for you. Hadley (not, alas, Hedley, as I initially thought) is a 4-month-old adorable long-haired dachshund puppy, and he wants to lick YOU!
Lottie the lovely! My notes say she’s a corgi mix but she looks like a long-haired dachshund to me. Sometimes some lovely pictures of an absolutely gorgeous dog sit around in my queue for a long time because I can’t come … Continue reading
I did not get their names, because I ran across these two tied up outside the Crossroads Cafe. But they sure did have a lot of personality.
I heard a little yapping coming from a local jewelry store when Autumn and I and Autumn’s mom (who was visiting the city) were walking by. So Autumn ducked her head in, and squealed a little bit, and it turned … Continue reading
Autumn and I were out wandering around the Marina and the Fisherman’s Wharf areas today, and we got a couple of surprises. First we ran into the cutest little long-haired miniature dachshund. And when I heard that her name was … Continue reading
I am devastated. I took a bunch of pictures of the most adorable little toy Australian shepherd, Sadie. And every single one of them turned out blurry. Every single one! But I promised that I would link to her glorious … Continue reading