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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Dogging With The Stars

Admit it. You've probably never seen a picture of Betty White with a dachshund. We only know of one. So, to remedy that, here you go:
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It's November 2013, And We're Thankful

It's traditional in the U.S. to pause and give thanks in November.
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Dachshunds On The Side

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Farewell, Joie

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Ever Wonder Where Dachshunds Came From?

Ever Wonder Where Dachshunds Came From? There's a lot of disagreement about the origins of dog breeds, with recent research suggesting that many of the breeds we are familiar with today being much more recent than we have been led to believe.
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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 August 2013, And We've Gone Hollywood

A year ago this month, we gave you a direct-from-the-set report on a movie called Wiener Dog Nationals, then being shot in California. We can now report that the movie has been released on DVD!
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Mr. Lincoln Goes To Washington

We generally try to stay up-to-the-minute in bringing you dachshund-related literature, but here's one that was published in August of 2011, nearly two years ago, and that, as befits a book about a short-legged dog, flew under our radar.

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It's June 2013, And We've Been Hounded

A guy walks into a bar. Now hold that thought and image for a minute. This is the webmaster speaking, taking over the main page of this site for the month. When Dachshund Delights management realized that this story would be a review of a book by a self-admitted grim-visaged, cranky curmudgeon, they assigned it to a noted expert in the field of unsmiling curmudgeonly crankiness. That would be me, and damnably proud of it.
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It's December 2012, And We've Met A Dachshund With A Tale

There are a lot of people — good-hearted people who love dogs and would never hurt one — who have bought puppies from pet stores, not knowing the terrible place that most of those puppies came from. There are, similarly, people who have done all they can to find a reputable breeder and have still been fooled into getting a dog from a puppy mill. Yvonne Haldeman Moyer falls into the category of people who have done both of those things, who have recognized their folly and, through hard work and love, have worked their dogs through behavioral and medical crises and made them into healthy, happy and loving family members. And, aside from all that, she's turned her experiences into a book.
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