Blue Dachshunds: A rescue story

Thanks to Southern California Dachshund Rescue, the Daily Doxie has just learned what a “blue” Dachshund is. The blue wiener dog “is the result of a recessive gene in a black and tan dachshund. Typically, blue dachshunds lose most of their fur after their first birthday. They need sweaters in cool weather and sun-block if they are going to be outside in the sun for more than a few minutes. They sunburn easily.” Read the touching rescue story of the Blues Brothers.

Here’s another Dachshund rescue organization in SoCal along with the LA Doxies meet-up group.

If you would like your wiener dog rescue information listed please contact the Daily Doxie.

4 thoughts on “Blue Dachshunds: A rescue story

  1. Anonymous

    I love it when people tell me to check out a story and then fail to directly link to it.

  2. AnnB

    Hey Anonymous, I agree with you. It is annoying but you don’t have to be rude about it. After all, we are providing a free blog here.

    A simple “broken link” or “no direct link” would have alerted the Daily Doxie to the problem without the ‘tude.

    Anyway, following your complaint, we checked in to the situation and discovered that it is one very long page so there’s nothing more we can do for you other than tell you to scroll down to Happily Ever After and then click on Blues Brothers.

    Hope your mouse can handle it.

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