Saw the sweetest long haired daschund at the shelter who just trotted about and wagged her tail at us Have to wait till she’s on the website as she’s being assessed. Pls pray for house Ding that we’re suitable for her
A daschund in a shelter? You’ve found a unicorn there.
Deffo getting this for any future dog
Although that is pretty much exactly what the shelter pup looks like, only her hair’s curlier
@guntrip she did seem very old, might have health problems etc. Poor thing.
Love that breed
Bred in the late 1800s to be mischievous yet bags of cuddles at the same time.
Ugh having a dog daycare nightmare.
I WFH most of the time but I’m going to be away for 2 weeks so I’d arranged doggie daycare for Molly. But… She’s just started showing signs of coming onto heat and the daycare person won’t have her now.
Have no idea what to do. B is going to at work for long periods and I don’t think Molly could cope with being alone even with a dog walker coming round
Any ideas or advice? Just shitty timing but it’s absolutely fucked us.
what were they doing?
they didn’t put her on the site - guess someone pushy came in and said they had to have her. the search continues…
a wee good dog
Ah, you got those ads on Instagram as well?
I suspect that Mrs W must have (I have seen the Instagram ads now that you mention it). I didn’t buy them for myself.
They’re very cool. Thinking of getting some for my partner for Christmas with the hamster on them (possibly photoshopped with a Santa hat)
My dad’s always been anti-dogs whereas my mum had one growing up and I think would quite like another. They’ve just been asked to dog walk to help our neighbours out (a golden retriever puppy). Just been sent a picture of my dad holding the dog and absolutely beaming. Reckon we’ll have a dog by Christmas.
We had a cocker spaniel when I was a kid. My dad was dead against getting another dog for years, then once me and my brother left home they got a westie, now they have 2 who follow my dad everywhere
I wasn’t home yet so my wife took full liberties and dressed Martha in a “dressing gown”