Likes: Chewing rawhides, playing, being a couch potato, snuggling, car rides, going for walks/jogs
Pet-Peeves: Digging holes eveywhere in the yard, going under the bed covers
Favorite Toy: Red shop rag, balls, stuffed toys, ropes
Favorite Food: Beemer eats just dog food and dog snacks. We do give her a special treat on Saturday mornings, a fried egg!
Favorite Walk: Around the 2 mile block
Arrival Story: My husband and I had 2 dogs from the shelter who lived to be 15 and 16 years od age. The dog that lived to be 16, was a Dachshund-Corgi mix and the most loyal, sweet dog we every had. When we had to put her down on Good Friday 2003, we decided to begin looking for puppies at breeders. We made the decision to get a pure miniature Dachshund and a pure Pembroke Corgi. We have not been disappointed.
Bio: Beemer is a wonderful loyal pet. She loves both of us and enjoys being where ever we are. She will watch football with us and sleep next to us throughout the entire game, a real game enthusiast!
Beemer loves being on your lap. That is my job every night. If I'm working on the computer she is usually on my lap relaxing!
She also loves sitting on the arms of our chairs and couches in the family room. I think it makes her feel taller! She enjoys standing on the back of the chairs and couches to look out the windows.
If she sees sun anywhere in the house, she will sit or lay right in it. She loves being in the sun and grabbing as much heat as she can. For a Dachshund she is a HOT DOG! Loves the heat!
Our tradition is to have lobster on New Years. Last year the lobster was larger than Beemer! This year we decided to buy two smaller ones, but as I brought them into the house yesterday, I think Beemer remembered.
We picked Beemer up from the breeder the weekend of Memorial Day 2003. She was so cute and so tiny. We had never had such a small dog before. We bought a babies fence and put a tarp for the floor and put Beemer in it. She was used to the fence because the breeder was training all the pups in the same way. Beemer was 8 weeks old when we brought her home and at 9 weeks she was good enough to keep out of the fence area. She is a very smart dog and trained very quickly.