It's officially winter, but that doesn't mean your dachshund won't continue to beg for time outdoors beneath the sun, where he loves romping in the grass and sitting in his favourite spot beneath a tree.
There's no doubt we love our animals, and with a high proportion of Australians living with a dog rather than with children, splurging on clothes for going walkies and even outfits for special occasions is now common. There are doggie birthday parties and other social events organised, which make the parents just as happy as the dogs.
Our locally made earrings have been featured in the 2018 Mother's Day Gift Guide in Australian Dog Lover
Dachshund owners who have lithe, spritey pups probably won't take kindly to seeing their beloved dachshund breed listed on lists of breeds that are 'most likely to be obese'. Technically, of course, it isn't true.
We are very excited to have our Chi Chi Pets Raincoat featured in the Autumn 2018 Dog Fashion Look Book!
When your Dachshund has separation anxiety, it also makes you anxious. Even the simple process of putting your shoes on can prove to be difficult, with a little one barking under your feet.
How to Protect Your Dachshund Against Indoor Pollution