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Dachshund Snow Ho Ho Ho Ugly Christmas Shirt

Dachshund Snow Ho Ho Ho Ugly Christmas

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There’s something about Miniature Dachshund that brings a smile to our face every time we see them, and Dachshund Snow Ho Ho Ho Ugly Christmas Shirt is no different. Even though Otto is only 6 month old, he’s so well behaved and was a total rock star during the entire shoot. He’s just the right amount of cute, cheeky, curious and funny you would want in a pup. We spent an afternoon, just a little before the sunset with Otto and his humans at their local park, and the lighting was just magical.

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Just a different type of racism. I would trust a Dachshund Snow Ho Ho Ho Ugly Christmas Shirt pit bull with children over a Dachshund or a Chihuahua any day. Many people do not know the American bull terrier was once known as the nanny dog. At the same time, I am not saying that all dachshund’s and Chihuahuas are bad but, small dogs tend to bite children. The small dogs are often defensive bc they are scared of being hurt. However, as a child, I was raised with a smooth coat dachshund who would let us kids do anything to her, including playing with her ears and tail.

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 I can remember her laying on her back as I pulled her around by her tail. My mom was always telling me to stop pulling on the dog. When I would let go the Dachshund Snow Ho Ho Ho Ugly Christmas Shirt she would thump her tail in delight and come over and give me a big wet sloppy kiss in the face. Dogs are a product of how they are raised and their environment. Just like racist humans are a product of their upbringing. Do not stereotype well-trained animals.

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