Age: 11 Years Sex: Male Weight: 26-50 lbs
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April 15th 2002
Walks, treats, sleeping in bed with mom and dad
Sister Sophie playing ball, nail cutting, going outdoors in the rain or snow
Doesn't like to play, he is too grown up for that
Whatever kind of food he can grab when we are not looking
To the park, or around the block
Breaking his sister out of her crate.
We met Yorkdachs Tax Audit at a dachshund party in Buffalo, N.Y. I was not planning to buy another dachshund, since I already had 2, but when I saw him ,and I found out he was for sale, I couldn't get him out of my mind. He was 6 months old and his breeder wanted him to go to a show home, and although I had never shown before, I agreed that I would give it a try if I bought him. I corresponded with his breeder until the day I brought my husband to a dog show to meet him. We both agreed that he was the most beautiful boy we had ever seen, and he seemed to love us too, so on September 28, 2002 we brought Audie into our lives, and we never regreated it for a minute. He has brought so much joy to our family, and he is the love of our lives
Audie is such a grown up little man. He has never acted like a puppy. He got his first point in confirmation at 6 months old , at his and my first show, and he was a champion just after his first birthday. He loves to go to shows. Even if he wasn't a champion we would love him just the same. He protects his three sisters, "if they need it or not". He loves to sleep in bed with his mom and dad, but he is a bit of a bed hog. He loves his walks, but since he is all black, he gets hot in the summer and he is awfully heavy to have to carry back home.We think he is a perfect angel, and he knows it, so he runs the house. I guess we wouldn't have it any other way, and he agrees.
One snack is never enough.
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Dachsie's for life, Slumbering Dachshunds, ~~~Dachshunds of the World~~~
The Last Forum I Posted In:
Dachshund Club of Greater Syracuse
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|February 17th 2007
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December 5th 2008 11:31 am
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Hi all you dogs out there that are trying to understand why your humans do what they do. Here is the advice you have been asking for. So many doggies have asked me what is the best way to get inside the brain of your human? I have done countless hours researching this topic and found that playing ball is what humans enjoy the most. They start in the beginning while baby humans are still in the whelping box. They hang these balls for them to look at and as they grow , they begin tossing them to the baby humans. Soon as they are big enough they take the little ones for car rides to play with the balls in different surroundings and to big buildings to admire them further. On weekends when the humans are home, they spend countless hours admiring these balls on the screen in the living room. My advice to you dogs is to play ball as much as you can stand with the humans. No matter how tired you get, keep chasing that ball day and night. This is what makes humans happiest. Tomorrows question comes from Spot, who writes, why do humans bring a tree from the outdoors inside for us to pee on, and then throw us outside when we do what they wanted us to do? This answer will be in the next edition of "Ask Audie." In newstands now.
February 24th 2007 2:40 pm
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The day we met you Audie, we knew that you would be a member of our family forever. You have brought so much into our lives. You introduced me to the world of dog showing,that I would have not been a part of if not for you. I have met so many wonderful people and dogs and it is all thanks to you. You have kept me well exercised with your constant barking for a walk, and now that I have to walk a few miles in school, I am thankful that you kept me in shape to be able to do that. A month or so ago, you were hit by a car trying to save your sister, but you were lucky, you just got a scratch, but we were so worried about you, and that is when dad and I realized that there is nothing we wouldn't do to protect you.So Audie ,we just want you to know how much we love you, and are forever grateful that you are in our life.
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