Chili-hotdog, hold the onions,

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Age: 10 Years   Sex: Male

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   Leave a bone for Chili-hotdog, hold the onions,

Uh---my name is bad enough!!!

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Sun Sign:
Quick Bio:

April 15th 2007

His Yorkie brother Kirby Joe

Bath times

Favorite Toy:
The orange squeekie monster

Favorite Food:

Favorite Walk:
round the block

Best Tricks:
will do anything for treats, as long as his brother is guiding him

Arrival Story:
Chili was purchased at 6 wks old. He is a long -haired chocolate dachshund, as he has no black markings. His nose and toes are brown, no dark spots anywhere. He is a very friendly dog, but a little shy at times. Oh, well, maybe not shy but sneaky and lets his brother Kirby, a yorkie, take the blame for all the mischief. He loves children and is very clownish most of the times. He has to be first at bath time or you will never find him to take a bath. He is more his human dad's dog than mom's, as his mom sees thru lots of his mischief, but she loves him just as much.

Forums Motto:

The Last Forum I Posted In:
My Dogster Pals and Friends...Thankyou!!

Chili, I love you just as much as I love Sallie Mae & Kirbie Joe. You are such a little clown. It's so funny when Dad comes home in the morning---you get the other dogs running to him, and then you sneak back to me for kisses. That's your little sneaky way to get me all to yourself. I am so happy that you and Dad have such a strong bond, you see his Dad loved dachshunds, and Dad got you when he realized he wouldn't have his Dad for very long. You and Dad spent gramp's last six months with him, and yoy made both men very happy. You are so special to Dad & me. I never thought I would have dachshund in my life like you. Stay the way you are, you also have a very speial place in my heart. Thank you for all the memories that I now have about your Dad and his Dad. We miss Gramps so much, don't we? I am so glad we have memories, though.

I've Been On Dogster Since:
September 27th 2009 More than 7 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:

Meet my family
Sallie MaeKirby Joe

Meet my Pup Pals
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My life and Time as being the Middle Dog


February 23rd 2010 5:37 pm
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They are everywhere!! Our neighbors cut down all their trees, about 30 trees in all, so what do we have lots of in our yard now? You guessed it--squirrels. I am really close to catching one. I run really fast, now if only I could climb. I did climb once. Dad placed a wooden fence panel leaning next to his shop. He didn't realize at what angle he left it. When I went outside, and one of those creatures decided to jump on top of the shop and then in the tree, I decided to follow it. I got pretty high on the fence panel, then----I looked down. Being such a short dog--I was really scared. Mom helped me out of that predicament, and I don't ever care to do that again. Any tips on catching all those awful animals that are invading my territory?


I am the silent type, but don't underestimate me!!!

January 15th 2010 10:01 pm
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I don't bark alot, or give my opinion on everyting like Kirby Joe does. I sit back , look and listen. I've learned a whole lot that way. I usually know when the treat jar is open--way before the other 2 do. I am such a short dog, that if they drop their treat, I know exactly where it will land---very cllose to mouth, or in my mouth before the human knows it was even dropped. I am also pretty keene on knowing who should be in trouble and for what. Watching people is very good--just wish there would be more girls to watch around here. I also do a lot of food watching under the table just in case someone drops a tiny morsel. I think my daddy drops things just for me on purpose, and Ha, Ha--my mom wonders why my diet is not working as fast as it should. Between my quiet personality and good looks, I would be the perfect valentine, for some perfect girl. Any Takers?


I Just Can't win!

December 31st 2009 11:14 pm
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My family picks on me. I just can't win! We had our baths tonight. Mom takes me out of the tub and starts towel drying my hair. She always makes it stand out all over making cute remarks, like that she always wanted a red-headed child. She likes to fluff my hair out all over and then she starts laughing and says that it makes me look even fatter. What? A whole month doing without and eating lean food--she ruins it all with just water and shampoo!! I just can't win. What's a red-headed, long-haired, short, long (and a little fat) dog to do?

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