is living in my house, I am such a lucky lady, he is dreamy, handsom, a little bit naughty
do you remember this, best part of the film...............
swoon, sadly its not that Mr Darcy, mine is slightly shorter and has four legs and a tail
he arrived last Monday, after much deliberation, we had talked about it for months. I have always had labradors, as far as I was concerned they where the best. Hubby had labs and dachsunds. I met a dachsund on our visits to South Africa, they where alright but I never liked the smooth coat, so we looked and found (very few around) a Wire Haired Dachsund Breeder,
she lives as the crow flies less than 3 miles away and had a dog and a bitch available now! It was an accidental mating, so although he has a pedigree as long as your arm, he can't be used for breeding, fine by me!
He was also a little bit older than your average pup, being 13 weeks, but he has settled in so quickly, sleeps through the night, no crying, at all. We have had 2 completely dry nights too!
He is so funny he makes me laugh and fills some of the long days alone I have.