The Webmaster's Valedictory

This is the Webmaster, taking over the page this month. In 1995, the Internet was a much different place from what it is today.
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It's July 2014, And We Say "Hail And Farewell"

On July 11, we hail the 115th anniversary of the birth of E. B. White. If you have followed our site over the years, you know we bow to no one in our admiration of Mr. White as both a master of simple, elegant prose and an owner of – and writer about – dachshunds. It is he who wrote the definitive words on the subject of dachshund training: "Some day, if I ever get a chance, I shall write a book, or warning, on the character and temperament of the dachshund and why he can't be trained and shouldn't be. I would rather train a striped zebra to balance an Indian club than induce a dachshund to heed my slightest command."
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It's June 2014, And We Honor A Beautiful Soul

On August 11, 2013, my life changed. On that day, my soul mate dog, my "heart" dog, my nearly-constant companion of 12 years physically left me. I didn't speak much of it publicly … it was just too painful. Even now, ten months later I struggle to write this. But I cannot let her first birthday since her passing go by without paying tribute.
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Samuel Johnson and Boswell (the Dachshund)

Every now and then we come across a book with a dachshund in it, and even though the dachshund is scarcely a main character, we just can't help ourselves. We have to bring it to your attention. This month, we bring you a trilogy of such books.
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It's February 2014, And We Are Wicked

"I'll get you my pretty … and your little dog, too!"
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Long Lessons

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It's December 2013, And We've Met A Dachsie DJ

We've reviewed a lot of books over the years and we've written about a lot of dachshunds. This is the first time we've written about a book before we've read it, and the first time we've written about a dachshund with a career in broadcasting.
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Dachshunds On The Side

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Farewell, Joie

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A Short Tale about a Long (Deaf and Blind) Dachshund

Casper T. Armstrong: A Short Tale about a Long (Deaf and Blind) Dachshund
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It's February 2013, And Frankie Rolls On

My journey in life would never be what it is had it not been, nor would this book have come to life, had it not been for my wheelie dog, Frankie. I am no longer the same person I was because of this little dog with a spirit bigger than life itself. I see, speak and think in a new way because of her. I've found a peace about myself I never had before. Though I miss you dearly, little one, the abundant joy you brought to my world lives forever in my heart.
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It's September 2012 And We Have Big News … And Even Bigger Plans. We Hope You Will Join Us.

We're on a new, life-changing mission here at Dachshund Delights. Not only life-changing for us, but also for homeless senior dachshunds.
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