Dachshund Dog Walking Gloves. Fingerless Gloves with Pockets
IMPORTANT: Christmas delivery orders accepted until October 20th Experience a new level of living with BZFingers Dachshund gloves! Don't have to remove them to answer phone, get treats, use the poop bags etc. Made to order. Feel free to place an order for any unisex size. To find out desired size, please, see a chart below* ^.^~ If you want YOUR UNIQUE DOG to be featured on the gloves, please, use this Personalized Gloves listing…
Smooth Haired Dachshund Fridge Magnet - Most Dogs Have Owners Dachshunds Have Staff. Great Gift for
A strong plastic magnet - 2 inches x 3 inches (52mm x 78mm) It will fix firmly on your fridge door or other metallic surfaces. A wonderful gift for any dog lover.The magnet will arrive packed in a strong padded envelope to keep it safe and secure.
Dear Abby - Doxieposse Pals
Dear Friends, I wanted to send you a link to a Facebook page that is near and dear to my heart. Doxieposse Pals is a gathering of dachshund friends, with fun little daily pictures, cartoons, photos and stories. You'll find it on Facebook: Doxieposse Pals. This group started over the summer as a tribute to our very dear friend, Angela Williams, who maintained the original Doxieposse page. When Angela passed away suddenly, several of her friends got together to start this tribute page in her…
Dear Abby: How to Be a Dachshund
Dear Friends, One of my good friends sent me this picture this week and I liked it so much I had to share it with you. I have to start with a disclaimer. I am a dachshund mix. Our vet says I am a dachshund - Jack Russell mix. From the Jack Russell side I got a love of running in circles, a tendency to bark with short excited yips, longer legs, and fun ears. The rest of me? Well the rest is dachshund. Let's go through this fun list! 1. Must have belly rubs daily. Yes to belly rubs (of…
Pets As Gifts: Good Intentions, BAD IDEA - DogTime
It’s tempting to surprise someone, especially children, with a fluffy puppy, bunny, hamster, or kitty. While you're imagining the squeals of delight, consider how tragic the situation could become. A poor match could mean the animal ends up in a shelter, feels lonely, or even suffers abuse or neglect.