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Life Lessons from a Dachshund

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Life advice from a very wise wiener dog. Are you short of time, short of friends, or just short in general? From relationships to how to handle yourself in an argument and surviving in the big city, Dhillon the Dachshund will teach you all of life’s valuable lessons. This little dog has bags of personality, isn’t afraid to use his voice, and has learnt to adapt to—and navigate—the pitfalls of the modern world. In this hilarious guide, Dhillon imparts his words of wisdom on love, life, and everything in between.

Life s Little Lessons by Roo More Than a Dachshund

Author : Richard Lentz
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"Life's Little Lessons by Roo, More Than Just a Dachshund" reflects a life journey through the eyes of Roo, a miniature dachshund. Roo's experiences are filled with many emotions, trials and tribulations just as people encounter. Roo meets all of these experiences head-on while sharing his thoughts or lessons learned with his readers to possibly help them through similar situations. Come experience life's roller coaster ride with Roo. He will have you laughing, crying and contemplating all along the way...

Slinky the Dachshund Learns a Lesson

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Slinky the Dachshund Learns A Lesson is about a small dog named, Slinky. Slinky is a dachshund and he has trouble crossing the street. With the help of his friends, Slinky is able to learn what to do when crossing the street and how to get across safely. Slinky and his friends are always on adventures and this book is about teaching children how to go through life's lessons.

God of All Creation

Author : James Robison
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“Look at the birds of the air; they do not sow or reap or store away in barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not much more valuable than they?” —MATTHEW 6:26 God of All Creation recounts how a miniature dachshund taught her owner, James Robison, profound insights about life, faith, and God’s care for all of His creation. A devoted dog lover and co-host of the television program Life Today, James shares how the antics of his own dog, Princess, as well as observations from all animals in creation, reveal “expressions of God’s love, lessons of His grace, warnings about sin, and other eternal truths.” Heart-warming stories and winsome line drawings bring to life the lessons James has learned from his pets and creatures living in the wild. And through his inspiration and spiritual insights, you, too, will learn to know God’s voice, to submit to Him, and to trust Him with your every need. “I love that James did this book!” —BETH MOORE “You are about to read some poignant lessons we can learn from pets and all creatures—a clear revelation of the love God has for each of us. I share what I’ve learned as I’ve watched, held, and loved our little Princess and as I’ve watched wild animals in nature. Only a God who truly loves us as individuals could bless us with such treasured moments with our pets and wildlife, if we will just take notice… “A friend once said, ‘If you can’t see God in everything, you won’t see God in anything.’ In this book we will explore…eternal truths as we consider our pets and other awesome residents of God’s vast creation.” —JAMES ROBISON


Author : Serena Hodson
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Dogs are true masters of mindfulness. As we rush around making mental to-do lists and ruminating on how busy and stressful our lives are, they remind us to delight in the moment; to be present. Perhaps it is this Zen-like characteristic that seals our adoration and love for them and which elevates their status beyond that of "man's best friend" to one of role model. If only we could possess that same pure awareness that dogs so unconsciously exhibit. Rocco, the bull mastiff, Ralph, the dachshund, and Simon, the bulldog, are three dogs who have it all figured out when it comes to living the good life. Sometimes droll, oftentimes whimsical, and always lovable, they remind us to seize the moment, appreciate the simple things in life, and follow our hearts, no matter what the predicament.

The Promised Land Dachshund Sanctaury

Author : Connie Jean Eicher
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Author : Matt Ziselman
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Living with three strong-willed, highly individual Dachshunds can be equal parts entertaining, frustrating and rewarding. Just ask Matt Ziselman. Armed with a fresh, creative voice that is unabashedly cranky one moment and profoundly poignant the next, Ziselman mixes hilarious canine stories, with heartfelt reminiscences from his own life, the results of which is a memoir of illuminating life lessons, courtesy of the three thoroughly Teutonic Dachshunds that he shares his life (and couch) with: Baxter, Maya and Molly. Seemingly mundane moments, like Baxter's incessant, neuroses inducing staring, Maya's inexplicable refusal to walk through the front door and Molly's obsessive compulsive love for a torn and tattered blanket become, through Ziselman's insightful eyes, a treasure trove of observations that any dog-lover will appreciate. In a market where Americans spend more than $40 billion a year on their pets, this work of razor-sharp wit and quiet tenderness will reach out and grab readers everywhere by the heartstrings and-quite possibly-their leashes. HOUNDED wraps universal insights in hot-dog-shaped packages, providing true dog lovers with many knowing nods, honest belly laughs and an accurate, warts-and-all reflection of the fascination, wonder and love that they have for their dogs. And that Matt Ziselman obviously has for his.


Author : Ingrid Schwartz
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Few breeds trigger as much pride as the Dachshund, as only Dachshund people understand why this breed is superior to all others! Any Dachshund owner will explain it to you, as will author Ingrid Schwartz, an owner of Dachshunds for many generations. This Comprehensive Owner’s Guide dedicated to Germany’s Teckel (or weiner dog, as he’s sometimes affectionately called) paints a vivid portrait of this dwarf-sized scenthound originally bred to hunt badger, surely a calling that requires a determined, feisty fellow. Although many Dachshund folk deny it (you can’t blame them for their loyalty), Dachshunds may be the most stubborn canines on the planet and they’re not for everyone, even though there are many varieties to choose from. The chapter dedicated to the breed’s characteristics discusses not only the breed’s two sizes and three coat types but also its comical, intelligent, and determined personality. New owners will welcome the well-prepared chapter on finding a reputable breeder and selecting a healthy, sound puppy. Chapters on puppy-proofing the home and yard, purchasing the right supplies for the puppy as well as house-training, feeding, and grooming (all three coat types) are illustrated with photographs of handsome adults and puppies. In all, there are over 135 full-color photographs in this useful and reliable volume. The author’s advice on obedience training will help the reader better mold and train into the most well-mannered dog in the neighborhood. The extensive and lavishly illustrated chapter on healthcare provides up-to-date detailed information on selecting a qualified veterinarian, vaccinations, preventing and dealing with parasites, infectious diseases, and more. Sidebars throughout the text offer helpful hints, covering topics as diverse as historical dogs, breeders, or kennels, toxic plants, first aid, crate training, carsickness, fussy eaters, and parasite control. Fully indexed.

Dachshunds For Dummies

Author : Eve Adamson
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Be More Sausage Lifelong lessons from a small but mighty dog

Author : Matt Whyman
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A love letter to the small but mighty dachshund or, as it’s more affectionally known, the Sausage Dog.

Life s Too Short to Be an Underdog

Author : Dave Smith
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Life's too Short to Be an Underdog is the story of a boy and his dog and another dog and yet another one well, several more after that.Author Dave Smith boldly reveals the sometimes confusing, occasionally tragic, but always amusing history of the "Smith Family Dog Curse". For so many years the family was denied in their attempts to cultivate a lasting bond with any dogs because of a series of mysterious events.In the midst of the family's pain and heartache, one dog managed to beat the curse and became the inspiration of many spiritual insights for his beloved master. Dave opens up the family history book and invites you to laugh along, secretly hoping it doesn't cost him the vast family inheritance.Life's too Short to Be an Underdog is a book to share with friends, family, pet lovers, the criminally insane, and anyone else who knows how to read. It will bring smiles to faces of those who remember their own favorite doggie memories and challenge them to look for God's leading in the little things of life even in the sometimes bizarre antics of a little dog named Ballpark.


Author : Leni Fiedelmeier
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With full color photos and line drawings, experts tell us how to care for and train dachshunds.


Author : Jane McDonald
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Music Journal

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Marcy Mary s Memoirs

Author : Kathleen Chamberlin
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In Marcy Mary’s second book, the two-year-old dachshund has plenty to do to keep members of the Anthony family in line, whether they have two legs or four. Luckily, she’s got the breeding and heart to tackle anything that comes her way––and then she encounters Aunt Bertha. This unforgettable lady, “the last one in her generation,” throws the family into chaos with her demands and brusque manner. She also doesn’t like Marcy Mary or her animal companions. During Aunt Bertha’s visit, Marcy Mary finds herself on a harrowing car ride and taking the blame for mischievous acts. A life hangs in the balance until the quick-thinking dachshund saves the day, and everything begins to change for the better. Lessons are learned, and former companions are reunited––both canine and human––thanks to prayer and the hand of fate. Marcy Mary’s Memoirs: A Dachshund Princess Shows the Way stars a witty but wise dachshund who uses her keen powers of observation and sense of humor to make her corner of the world a better place. Her family shares her spirituality and recognition of the Creator’s grace and importance to all creatures.

The English Illustrated Magazine

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Pet Dachshund

Author : Laurence Alden Horswell
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Therapeutic Communication with Children

Author : Richard A. Gardner
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Clever Dog

Author : Ryan O'Meara
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For dog lovers and self-development enthusiasts, a compendium of life lessons, taught by the most successful domestic animal of all time ... man's best friend, the dog.

The Publishers Weekly

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