Wiener Winter Wonderland

The holidays are here and everyone is out there shopping their brains out. It’s my favorite time to avoid the malls. People get crazy, they get aggressive and they’ll run you over if you’re not careful. I would much rather do my shopping either at the small local places with unique items or online away… Continue reading Wiener Winter Wonderland

Back from Hiding

It’s been too long since I last posted. We traveled to the South Pacific to spend two weeks in the Society Islands: Tahiti, Moorea, Bora Bora, Raiatea, and Tahaa. GEORGEOUS!!!! The warmth and friendliness of the people matches the beauty of their surroundings. It truly is a paradise. Our biggest challenge came with packing. When… Continue reading Back from Hiding

The Kindness of Strangers

This really made me smile. I saw this dog sitting in a pick up truck with the owner at a gas station outside of Whittier Alaska. I smiled and waved at the dog and the lady turned the truck off, got out, and brought her dog over to meet me. She was so happy to… Continue reading The Kindness of Strangers

Wiener Racing Season is Here

The engines are revved, the tails are wagging, and those long little doggies are ready to bolt. Yes! It wiener racing season! Those little sausage dogs just can’t wait to run the course and get their big mouths on those glorious treats at the other end.   This year will be the first time we… Continue reading Wiener Racing Season is Here

Dachshund goes snorkeling in Alaska

Yes, you read that right. My dachshund t-shirt (Dock Sunned) has been taking lessons from the Travelocity gnome. The shirt took it’s first vacation in Belize and got to meet some jellyfish and other critters up close and personal.     And then it made several trips to the Big Island of Hawaii. The adventure… Continue reading Dachshund goes snorkeling in Alaska

National Pet Day

Happy National Pet Day! As you can see, my three have decided that it’s the perfect day to stay in bed. That is, until they figure out it’s food time!

Giving your lost pet a lifeline

Nextdoor.com. That’s all you need to know. When a pet goes missing, the sooner you can get the word out to people, the better chances of finding your pet and there’s no better way to get the word out to your immediate neighbors. The more people in your community that sign up, the better. In… Continue reading Giving your lost pet a lifeline

Time to Pull Out Your Wieners

Yes, it’s barely March and the ground is still frozen in many places. But it’s also the beginning of that time of year. You know what I’m talking about. When you hear the pitter patter of little feet, the heavy breathing, the uncontrollable excitement, and then the bursting open of those little gates holding all… Continue reading Time to Pull Out Your Wieners

Does your dog have a heart on?

On their face, that is. What a great idea. Let’s try to make our dogs look goofy! Well, easier said than done. My dogs are no idiots. They are not going to “perform” unless there is food involved. And even then it was a “shaky” performance. Try doing this on your own and the results… Continue reading Does your dog have a heart on?

The Multipurpose Dachshund Schnoz

A dachshund’s nose is very versatile and can be used for many things besides sniffing out your dirty laundry. Their noses are the Swiss Army Knives of the dog world. Have a pair of socks that need burying? No problem, the nose turns into a nice trench digger. Need to find that las crumb of… Continue reading The Multipurpose Dachshund Schnoz