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Calling all dachshund owners!! Calling all dachshund owners!!

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Unread 04-11-2007, 07:52 AM
Calling all dachshund owners!!

Okay, I know it sounds like I am looking for things to worry about now LOL but truly I am concerned and would love any tips and advice. We have a wonderful little dachshund & he is quite acustomed to his routine. He go outside in the morning, then he comes to my bed and gets in and gives kisses, snuggles and plays. He is very much the "mama's boy". So it JUST occured to me with reading about the clean sheets and etc, that esp while I am trying to heal the scar...he won't be allowed in the bed with me or in my lap in a chair & I won't be able to get down on the floor with him for a while. Now, I failed to mention how vocal this little one can be...he even can growl...ma ma ma! It is so cute! But when I ignore him he whines, cries and wimpers!! Sooooooooo, I would love to hear any suggestions!! THANKS
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Unread 04-11-2007, 08:10 AM
Calling all dachshund owners!!

I have an Irish Wolfhound and she is my furbaby. She was in bed or on the couch with me from the day I got home. She never jumped on me, thankfully, and has behaved wonderfully throughout my recovery. It seems she "knows" that I cannot play on the flooor with her. She seems to understand when I am in pain or sad, and just comes next to me to be petted.
Good luck and I am sure your puppers will adjust well during your recovery.


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Unread 04-11-2007, 09:01 AM
min pins

I have two min pins who will have to see me or they will go crazy, they are very close to their mom.

My dh plans on making sure I always have pillows covering my belly before they are let loose around me. My ds and dh plan on taking turns sleeping in the living room so they can have someone to sleep with since they normally sleep in our bed.

Other than that, good luck, were hoping they adjust for a few weeks but they are always with me, so it should be a challenge!
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Unread 04-11-2007, 09:07 AM
Calling all dachshund owners!!

I have a beagle/lab mix and she knows somethings wrong with mom and sits next to me all day. She only comes up on the recliner when she is invited. I let her curl up between my legs when I have a pillow over my belly.Once she did jump up over the side and landed on my belly, TG for that pillow. It really did help but I was quick to push her down towards my feet. (she does weigh almost 30 lbs.) I think you will be fine.... they seem to know when we don't feel well.....
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