Dear Adrian-Once again I have to thank you for putting us together with Alfie Blue Eyes. and you called me up to tell me about a longhaired tweeny boy that you had met at Stuyvesant Park in Manhattan.After you described him, I rushed down to the city to see him.Years ago I was in a car with my sister who was driving.Suddenly I saw a little red dachshund dash out into the street from behind a large hedge. Finally I was catching up with her as she swerved behind the hedge where I first saw her darting out of.Brooke said that she was hoping that Fudge would calm down, however there is no sign of it yet.Fudge, who originally had a chocolate coat has now turned completely gray and has reached the age of sixteen.Actually by the time we left I told Smeralda that I wanted the little dog-she said fine and off we went to the Catskills Alfie was 8 yrs old, and he had been a companion to 2 older women who both had died.When they found Smeraldas mother-she had been dead for a few days.
Hello to all Doxie lovers, Jane-Anne Waters, Winston-Salem, North Carolina HEROIC AND COURAGEOUS DACHSHUNDS A tiny dachshund in Yamhill, Ore., named Missy is being hailed as a hero for saving her owner's life.
Her last encounter with a bear was two years before when a bear got into the finished the Collins basement.
Animal Control came and got the bear out of the house but Fudge wanted to charge the bear and would have if she were not on a leash.
She explained Francis Albert (his former name) was her mothers dog.
Her mother died and now Alfie was being passed back and forth from Smeralda to her brother, and they thought he should have a great home in the country.