Wordless Wednesday – Dachshunds I have loved

Dachshunds I Have Loved

Wordless Wednesday – Only Because The Long Dogs Can’t Talk

Dexterand bastion

Bastion and Dexter

Skippy on the right.

Skippy on the right.

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Bastion, Auryn, and Atreyu.

lily-rose

Lilly Rose

I need a real bow tie.

Nanook, a chiweenie, who desperately needed a real bow tie.

perry

Foster Family

We are a foster family for DREAM Dachshund Rescue of Atlanta.  All of the dachshunds pictured, excepting Perry, are either our personal pets or have been our foster dogs.  Skippy, almost 14, and Dexter, age 2, are Copelands.  Bastion, Auryn, Atreyu, and Nanook have been adopted out.  Lilly Rose is our current foster puppy.  Perry was a transport run.

DREAM Dachshund Rescue

We envision a time when every dachshund in Georgia has a loving home for its entire life. We believe that the welfare of our companion animals is an indication of the health of our society. We see the current welfare of our companion animals as a disease.To treat the symptoms of this disease, we rescue, rehabilitate, and rehome dachshunds in need. To treat the causes of this disease, we educate the public on compassionate dog guardianship of any breed.

Disclaimer:  My opinions are my own and may differ from those of your own.  I am sharing our foster and personal doxies with you, for the sole reason that we love the long dogs!

Comments

  1. Ahhhh… so much cute in one post! I don’t know if I can take it. :) I wish we had the room to foster animals as well. I agree with the mission statement of DREAM that our treatment of animals reflects on our society and I wish that I could better contribute to changing the current image we are projecting.

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