HA! Love that photo of the Dudster.
What a cutie! I feel like crawling in my bed and pulling the cover over my head too.It's a c r a z y week!Rhonda
Oh, Dudster! You live in Kentucky and you think it's cold in winter? Try COLORADO, dude! I know, you're shorthaired and so get cold easier than some of us fuzzier mutts. But still. Try 10 degrees at 10 pm, with wind chill at two below zero. Or better yet, stay in Kentucky, and *don't* try Colorado winters. At least not without a fleece hoodie like my friend gave me for Christmas.-- message from Jasper
Dudley is almost identical to my miniature doxie, Oscar. He's at my sister's this week due to my back problems, and I miss him terribly. Question: does Dudley whine much? Oscar whines occasionally, but my other dog, Rambo (a miniature pinscher) doesn't. Just curious if that might be a doxie trait? Or just an overly spoiled silly dog?
Thanks, y'all, and Dudley thanks you, Jasper!C.S., YES, I think whining is a doxie trait. Dudley whined a LOT for the first couple years of his life, but he seldom does it now. (He's four.)Dachshunds really know how to "play" you. When Dudley gets his feelings hurt, he lies in a corner, his back to us, a sad look on his face. If that doesn't get our attention, he hops up on the back of my chair or Bill's and tries to put his BUTT on our heads. (As if saying, "Kiss my A$$...LOL!)Hope your back is better and Oscar is back home now...
Beautiful baby and yes we're freezn' our BluegrAss off here in Ky.
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