Cute Overload :D
Fully loaded with GPS, all terrain maneuverability and NIGHT VISION.
How does yours run, Pam W.?
AND with extra-silky ear flops.
I know it’s hard to spell: Dachshunds. 😀
Imagine how confusing it would be if there were a dachshund on a chaise longue….
I’m sure he’s gas-powered…
try weiner dogs
try weinie dogs
All models come fully equiped with Snorggle Mode.
and if the room were lit by fluorescent lighting…
On a bun!
I’m a word geek, and I won three out of four spelling bees during elementary school. The one that I lost was because of the word dachshund. It is hard to spell!
This little gal/guy is adorable, even with death ray eye. Tiny boop on the nose for you, pup!
Is that the Scandinavian version?
My doxie runs on orneriness and attitude!
Except it would be Wiener dogs.
Let me be frank: Your puns are the wurst.
I never sausage cuteness before.
A truly mobile hot Spot
Thank you so much for the spell check! I looked it up and everything and still didn’t get it right. Sigh. It’s a good thing this little guy is so cute – cheers me right up!
the cutest dog ever well mine is cuter than anything in the world :p
*clutches pearls and smelling salts*
Don’t mind me. I’m just being a brat(wurst).
Yes! So make sure you roll those GGGGG’s
CP, we love you! We espesh love that you’re such a good sport! 🙂
THey are built low to the ground for more stability on the curves.
I think it’s time for a GROUP HUG!!!!!!!!!!!!!
GGGGGGGGGGGGG *chokes and passes out*
Well, duh … beans ‘n’ franks go together, after all!
That would be the famed MINI-doxie go-cart handling.
The MINI Pooper
(sends 8-year-old inner child for a time out)
How do those salts smell, Firdie? 😯
*tries to revive skippymom, but is too lazy*
My 8-year-old inner child can’t stop giggling 😆
*tries to regain consciousness, but can’t really be bothered to make the effort*
Ah well, this toot shall pass!
Mine neither, cause now imma picturing wee lil’ tootsie rolls that are left behind after, well, you know! 😉
You people are all so juvenile, I swear I don’t know why I hang out with you.
Hey, while we’re on the subject of POOP, has anybody ever heard of giving a cat canned pumpkin to relieve constipation? It was recommended to me today (I won’t say who is having the problem, as he would be mortified).
Recommend to all punners the book _The Hallo-wiener_ by Dav Pilkey!
Be careful, skippymom – it works almost too well!
OMG!!!! YOU are on a ROLL!! …a hotdog roll:)
Yes, I’ve heard about this. Pumpkin is a great natural fiber and many cats actually like the taste and will just eat it “as is”. Give the UNKNOWN cat one teaspoon of canned pumpkin a few times a day until things improve. If UNKNOWM cat won’t eat the pumpkin, try a teaspoon of fiber mixed with broth. My coocoo cat loves butter and that gets things going. Good Luck
with their noses, a’course
to recap: a malleable dachshund recumbent on a maneuverable chaise longe in a voom with fluorescent lighting. Ahh, got tha pikcha.
Mod longe! Wha? and I didn’t even use any code words. Wonder what the new code word is? Well, I can ponder it whilst sniffing a brandy snifter as I kronsche a salmon frittata.
it’s easy if you’re German: dachs hund (roof dog?)
@skippymom: ‘cuz we’re all the same level of mental maturity?
I NEVER know what the code words are!
Hover Dachsen. You can smell him before he enters the room.
Aw, poor Skippy 😉
*giggles at Angel*
To La Therese:
The 1889 book that provided this [information, states the following]:
Ingredients: ammonium carbonate, pearlash, cubeb,
essential oils of bergamot, camphor, cloves, peppermint
The source specifies this method of application:
**They are certainly strong-smelling; make sure to gently waft the scent towards you, and do not inhale deeply directly from the bottle.**
Recipe Source: 1889 Practical Hand-Book of Toilet Preparations
author: Begy, Joseph.
[web source: http://www.agelessartifice.com/19_smellingsalts.html ]
PS: I ain’t of no kinda mind tonight, tuh look up none o’ them thar
ingrejents frum whut tha buuk sez.
c*m – part of rec*mbent 🙂
One of my vets suggested that once, for one of my cats that has, shall we say, extra dry poop… not that you all wanted to know that, I’m sure… I never tried it though, so can not vouch for it.
Our double dapple male doxie’s blue eyes glow red and our female red doxie’s brown eyes glow green. Wonder why?
My immaturity keeps me young. Don’t know about the rest of you geezers.
Skippymom, this is frequently recommended for bunnies in stasis. I don’t know why it wouldn’t work for a cat. Has to be pure pumpkin, not the pumpkin filling stuff in a can.
Huh–I never knew that was what it meant. Any idea where “roof” comes into play? I don’t think dachshunds tend to hang out on roofs…
“Dachs” is the german word für badger. Since these dogs are bred for hunting burrowing animals, it makes sense.
The common german name for this breed is “Dackel”, or sometimes “Teckel”.