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Re: [dachshund-427] It's time for our sisters!

From: Cheri C.
Sent on: Wednesday, January 30, 2013 8:59 AM
What cuties!  I was starting to wonder if we had any sisters out there
that were going to be bragged about!
I want to see more sisters!  Let's post those pretty little ladies. :o)

On 1/30/13, Vicky <[address removed]> wrote:
> I attached the photo instead of pasting it in the body of the email. I don't
> think it came through for some.
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>  From: Vicky <[address removed]>
> To: [address removed]
> Sent: Wednesday, January 30,[masked]:47 AM
> Subject: Re: [dachshund-427] It's time for our sisters!
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> Here is a Christmas shot from a few years back of my two girls (Dixie and
> Lilli). I will have to see if I can find another pix of them that they are
> hiding in a basket. They aren't all cozy curled up together that I can snap
> quick pics of and if they are by chance if not one than both are under a
> blanket and who wants to see a photo of a lumpy blanket.
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> Vicky, Dixie and Lilli
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>  From: Cheri Campbell <[address removed]>
> To: [address removed]
> Sent: Monday, January 28,[masked]:43 AM
> Subject: [dachshund-427] It's time for our sisters! (and save the date for
> the Valentine's meet-up)
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> I promised when I spoke about wiener brothers and what made them so
> "special" (and boy are they special!  Thank you all that sent in pix of your
> kids!) that I would give the sisters a special time to shine, too.
>   Daisy and Sammy dressed up for last year's Valentine's Meet-up
> But, before I get started, just a quick "save the date" for our Feb
> Valentine's Meet-up which is about 2 weeks away, *Sat, Feb 9, *12-2 pm *at
> Good Karma.  It's our annual "Valentine's Wienter Formal." A chance for all
> the pretty wiener girls to show off their fancy dresses, sweaters, and
> scrunchies and for the dapper wiener boys to don their ties, bandanas, and
> sweaters!  (We will have some new Dapper Dog Valentine Bandanas and other
> items available, too!)
>  Mary Alberts and her current HUA foster Paris
> Ella Alberts is doing a community service project for a pageant she's going
> to be in.  She needs to volunteer her time to raise money and awareness for
> a "good cause" and Ella choseDog Rescue! Ella will be running a bake sale at
> the Meet-up to benefit Hearts United for Animals.  The Alberts have fostered
> for and adopted from several different rescues.  They are currently
> fostering Paris, a blind mill mama from HUA.  Although obviously mistreated
> in her life (she has no teeth and only one eye that she is blind out
> of....), Paris is the happiest, most loving little wiener, that shows just
> how resilient dogs can be.  So make sure to save room for dessert at lunch
> that day, and plan ahead to take home something yummy!
> Ella is a great sister to her 4 legged siblings....which leads us to today's
> topic,Sisters!
>   My Daisy and Cricky
> I was only privileged to have a set of sisters for just a couple of months
> when we had Cricket.  It always takes Daisy a little bit to warm up to a new
> member of the household, and "Cranky Cricky" was not easy for her to warm up
> to.  But when she did, I saw a world different from that of the boys.  I
> world of snuggles, nuzzles and grooming.  They didn't fight, wrestle and
> play like the boys did.  They just kind of hung around with each other,
> seeming to be happy in each other's company.
>   More Daisy and Cricky
> When I watch other people's sisters, I often see 2 girls, vastly different
> in personality, yet inseparable.  One is usually strong, outgoing,
> nosy...maybe even a little bossy....  The other more quiet, shy and
> reserved.  The bossy one might even steal a treat or bone from the quiet one
> from time to time!
>  Daisy with Gretl, who has become like a sister.
> In a group, however, I notice that the strong sister steps in front of the
> shy one and protects her against whatever it is that scares her.  She
> comforts her sister.  She takes care of her...like a little mama....
> Daisy holding Georgie down to clean his face, and Daisy correcting him when
> he was naughty during picture time.
> Daisy does that with the boys--she plays mama and boss all the time.
>  Although the smallest, she definitely runs the house.  But she also
> reprimands the boys--and quite harshly at that! (Just ask Georgie!)  At
> grooming time, she will even hold them down to groom them if they don't want
> to be groomed!
> Grizzly and Daisy saying they are NOT sisters!  The Woodruff's Cami and
> Ginger are a sweet pair, though!
> With sisters, it's different....just a different type of interaction.  They
> can still "argue" like sisters do, but they just have a bond that seems
> closer than the boys.  I don't know exactly what it is....maybe someone with
> sisters can explain it to me....
> Polly with "big" sister Zena (but Polly is the bossy one!), and Brian's
> Penny and Molly.  Molly really protects Penny and takes good care of her.
> Until then, I can just be a little jealous as I hear my boys go tumbling
> down the hallway, running into walls, growling, barking, wrestling,
> racing....then again, if I had all sweet little girls, I probably wouldn't
> have as many good stories, now would I?
> Vicky's Dixie and Lilli.  (It's hard to snuggle in a cart!)  And a whole
> gang of sisters!  Tracie's 3 girls, Tasha, Maggie and Daisy, with Vicky's
> Dixie and Lilli.  And in the middle....Ursula's Charlie!  He wanted to be a
> sister, too!
> I definitely need some help with pictures for this one!  Seems I mostly get
> boy fosters, and mostly dogsit boys.  (Daisy always looks at me like, "Not
> another BOY?!?!?")
> I stole a few pix from meet-ups....I know you all have some lovely pix of
> your ladies out there, so please share your girls with us!
> Thanks in advance!  Hope to see you at the Valentine Meet-up, Sat, Feb 9, 12
> pm!
> ~Cheri
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