45 thoughts on “Happiness Is a Warm Puppy”

    1. I love to take pictures of the two of them together, but they rarely sit still long enough for me to get a shot!

  1. Oh my gosh! He is just adorable!! There’s nothing like having a new puppy, watching him or her discover his surroundings as he offers unconditional love. These photos are a huge AHHHHHHH!

    1. Actually, Scooter is an old puppy – he is 8 years old. But the unconditional love is there – he is always happy to see us, and would lay down his little dachshund life for us if it were necessary.

      He’s extremely spoiled because of this.

  2. That’s the best thing about dogs… they ask nothing of us other than to be fed and loved and having a good fuzzy toy to shake.


  3. What big brown eyes and soft looking ears. That head just begs to be pet. That’s a handsome duo in that last picture, too!

    So, how do you resist just spending all your time sitting on the couch with him? I’d never leave.

    1. Actually, we spend a great deal of time on the sofa together, especially on the weekends. (But I think that’s because Daddy doesn’t let him up on the recliner very often.)

    1. Yeah – a lot of work when they are puppies and now that he is aging (and settling down) his prescriptions cost more than the entire rest of the family.

      1. This is true, but you neglect to mention that none of the rest of us are on prescriptions, and Scooter’s costs about $7 a month.

        Actually, he was a bit of work as a puppy, but once they get past that stage they aren’t much work at all. And this dog is absolutely adored – we couldn’t imagine life without him. Well, I guess we could…we just wouldn’t want to.

    1. For some reason, Scooter makes the little stuffed horseys last…we wont’ go into what he did to the stuffed caterpillar or stuffed beaver (although that one lost his ears and his tail in about 15 seconds flat).

    1. LOL – true! I’m sure you know as well as I do the only reason the happy picture isn’t of G Man is because he was in Cincinnati. 😉

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