Walking An Anxious Dachshund

Walking An Anxious Dachshund When you have a reactive dog the danger of people, children or other dogs approaching is always a worry. So, under the present regulations, it's actually less stressful to walk my anxious Dachshund. Darcy is enjoying his walks much more and not consumed with stress about keeping me safe. There are... Continue Reading →

Death Plays A Part by Vivian Conroy

Death Plays A Part Cornish Castle Mystery Book 1 by Vivian Conroy Book Description Guinevere arrives at Cornisea castle in Cornwall to take up a summer job cataloging the treasured books of Lord Bolingbrooke. The theatre where she works has closed for refurbishment and Guinevere jumps at the chance to work on the beautiful Cornish... Continue Reading →

My Doggy Bucket List.

I'm just mad about dogs...all dogs, every breed, and size, I often spend my time daydreaming of all the dogs I would like to have in my life, one way or the other. It is not a practical bucket list but an idealistic one. So, there are no exceptions. I would love it if you... Continue Reading →

My Doggy Bucket List

My Doggy Bucket List I'm just mad about dogs...all dogs, every breed, and size, I often spend my time daydreaming of all the dogs I would like to have in my life, one way or the other. It is not a practical bucket list but an idealistic one. So, there are no exceptions.   I... Continue Reading →

The Long and Short of it.

It's approaching two years since Darcy came to stay with us. Sometimes I feel like my training fell upon deaf ears, which anyone with a dachshund will experience on a day-to-day basis. Ask them to stop barking at next doors cat for the umpteenth time and they happily ignore you, but one creak of the... Continue Reading →

Darcy’s First Days

Darcy seemed to know how important it was to settle in and his behaviour was ¬†far better than expected in his first days with us. He was completely house trained, loving and totally adorable. There were some worrying ¬†traits though. When someone visited, even for a few minutes , he would run to the front... Continue Reading →

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