Any Dachshund Lovers?

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    3 Finger Readerposted 7 years ago

    I have two myself, a red short hair and a chocolate, and they are the little loves of my life.

    I've met other Doxie lovers in life and they are almost always really interesting people and we usually find a lot to talk about.

    So anyway, if you're out there, let's talk!

    Julie

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    courtney 263posted 7 years ago

    me i love dashounds they are so cool some people dont like em do ilove em

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    lrohnerposted 7 years ago

    I've got a 4 yo short-haired red mini, and there are lots of doxie lovers where I live. Matter of fact, I met a group of dachshund owners on Meetup.com several years ago. Once a month we get all the dogs together (about 50 of them) at one of our local dog parks. We have pool parties for them in the summer (Wienie Roasts, of course) and Halloween dress ups and such. It's a lot of fun!

    But...if you know dachshunds, you know that they always have their nose to the ground. When they meet a new person/dog, they sniff. If they like you, they ignore you. So at these meetups, we basically have 50 doxies actively ignoring each other. smile

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    4Weiners2goposted 7 years ago

    I have 4 mini’s, Romeo and Juliette and the Blues Brothers (Jake and Elwood) and I cannot imagine anyone not loving a doxie! They are what I call Perpetual Puppies! The greatest thing is that every dachshund I have ever met has such a completely unique personality to go along with all the common bonds they share! I think the same of most dachshund owners.
     
    My Romeo loves to talk I think he’s half parrot, he repeats everything! It's funny he even tries to speak in syllables! He even answers.  I say in a funny voice, “ Romeo do you got bugs?”  He says, “I DO”! Then he will put a ball in my husband’s hand and goes for a long pass and he calls to my husband “Hey You” but it sounds so different from “I Do” then my fowl mouth teenager taught him to say “Rut Ru” and it sounds completely different too but he knows that’s not a nice word so he doesn’t say that anymore! Oh, how we laugh!

    Does anyone else have talking Dachshunds?  I once read a book called “Bottle Cap Sunday’s” about a couple who owned dachshunds who talked.  It’s a great read if you love dachshunds. smile

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    Hotplateposted 7 years ago

    I love them lightly smoked with just the right barbeque sauce.

 
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