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Cute dachshund shares all

In Being Cute, Cute Dachshunds, Cute Dogs on February 21, 2016 at 11:30 am

I would like to share some photos of my cute self. I am a very cute dachshund that gets lots of attention for my cuteness. I consider myself the CEO and COO of the word “cute.”

Here I am being loved by my BFF Shelley:

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Here is a closeup photo of me to better demonstrate my cuteness (I’m tucked in bed):


Here I am on top of a snow pile (and on top of the world!).


Loving your dog on Valentine’s Day

In Loving Your Dog, The need for spoiling, Treating Your Dog Well, Valentine's Day on February 14, 2016 at 11:30 am

ZoeyModelToday is Valentine’s Day, and that means you should love your dog, cat or pet—I mean extra, not just ordinary.

I like the extra love because I’m an extra cute dachshund with big brown eyes and a big heart.

I love lots of people and greet everyone with a tail wag, jumps in the air and, if they let me, kisses. I love other animals (except big dogs). And I even love cats.

To show us love on Valentine’s Day, the big day of romance, card giving and candy, give us our own valentine.

Here are some suggestions I have:

  • Give us an extra special treat (I like rawhides, heated-up milk bones and pepperoni sticks).
  • Give us extra long playtime, because play is good for mental stimulation and physical exercise.
  • Take us on an extra walk, because we love to explore smells, or let us run extra long, because again the smells are fascinating and running is something we love to do.
  • Take us somewhere that allows pets, such as a coffee shop or retail store, so that we can spend extra time with you and meet new people.
  • Spend extra time with us, just because you love us and we love you back.
  • And a present would be nice, too. I like stuffed animals, balls to chew up (not to chase) and Nylabones (I really, really like to chew, even though I’m six and not a puppy anymore).

Lastly, say that you love us and that we’re cute in the lovey-dovey voice, because we do understand.