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This is Chestnut, the youngest of five dachshunds in our family. Sadly, she ultimately lost her battle with autoimmune hemolytic anemia last weekend. I miss her immensely.

 

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post #257 of 441
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Originally Posted by beerguy0 View Post

Some recent shots of our Mini Aussie twins:

 

Violet charges through the snow at a local park. (This is currently my desktop wallpaper).

 



AWWWWWWW! Mini Aussies!!!!!!!!!! So cute! I'm loving the eyes!

 

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All pretty old pictures^

 

I should take some more. I would say he was around 5-7 in those. He turns 10 in May. Nobody who meets him can believe he is 10. They all think he is around 4 or 5. He is aging very well fortunately!

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One of the funniest dog clips I encountered on YouTube :)

post #259 of 441

^ That is very funny. He's going to be one tired puppy.

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my dogs. Dixie, Dallas, Dutch, and Darla.100_0223.JPG100_0571.JPG

100_0583.JPGthats dallas on the left. I lol every time i see this pic.

 

and finally Darla. DSC00385.JPG

I have to try and get soem good pics of them all grown up now. Pretty much all i have of them is when they were pups. except dallas. Idk why.

post #261 of 441

This is a picture of Logan the dog that my wife took when I was taking the garbage out or something.  He's got really bad separation anxiety, which we think probably stems from him being picked up as a stray.

 

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post #262 of 441

Bump for greyhounds!

post #263 of 441

Forget greyhounds... bump for whippets! tongue.gif

 

Whippet

 

@tyde165  Cute doxies!  We had to put ours down because of paralysis that resulted from seizures.  Sure was a fun little dog.  Enough energy to fill the entire house.  We learned an important lesson from that whole thing though- only buy dogs directly from well-known breeders.


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post #265 of 441

Are you sure...?

post #266 of 441

oh i know the dog in the picture is a whippet, but i have an italian greyhound and i like those more than whippets lol

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I have to try and get soem good pics of them all grown up now. Pretty much all i have of them is when they were pups. except dallas. Idk why.



So cute! You can tell by their poses that those are well-loved dogs who are used to a frequent belly rub.

post #268 of 441

CUTE!!!!!! :D

post #269 of 441
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Originally Posted by tyde165 View Post

my dogs. Dixie, Dallas, Dutch, and Darla.100_0223.JPG100_0571.JPG

100_0583.JPGthats dallas on the left. I lol every time i see this pic.

 

and finally Darla. DSC00385.JPG

I have to try and get soem good pics of them all grown up now. Pretty much all i have of them is when they were pups. except dallas. Idk why.



Aww Weiner dogs rock!

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