So, Oscar is now six months old. I thought I’d share with you some of my experiences about my delightful little mini sausage. Miniature Dachshunds are also known as, wiener dogs, sausage dogs, or as I like to call him, the most beautiful little sausage. Yes, he answers to that, he absolutely loves it too, the spoilt little susej. Oh god, did I really just share that with the internet wow.
crazy dog lady alert
Turn around and your dachshund will be there, always. Silent, stalker, stealth (expert mode) sausages. You thought you could take a trip to the bathroom to pee in peace? Well you thought wrong!
When it comes to food, shoes, or just about anything really. Dachshunds are super fast. They have a great poker face too, he swears he hasn’t been at the box of icing sugar that was left for less than a second…
They give the best cuddles, they constantly want to be on your knee, they live up to being a ‘lap dog’ quite literally but they also double up as a little hot water bottle so it’s a win, win situation really.
Dachshunds have numerous facial expressions from simply charming to deeply concerned, to death stares.
They also believe they have the power to brainwash humans into sharing food or letting them on the sofa.
If you look very carefully they’ve been known to crack a smile from time to time, usually when any form of food is involved. They can hear the rustle of wrappers from miles away (you have been warned)
That smile tends to appear especially when loud, annoying squeaky toys are involved. He looks pretty cute there right? Oh did you want to watch the TV? He couldn’t hear you over all of the squeaking.
On the whole Miniature Dachshunds are pretty damn great. As for Oscar, he’s a lovely little sausage, short yet