I was so excited to visit Germany – my ancestral homeland! Of course, “dachshund” meaning “badger dog” in German. We first arrived in Frankfurt where we headed straight to Rothenburg ob der Tauber, a picturesque little town featuring the iconic Bavarian wood framed houses. It’s also renowned for the fact that it’s one of the… Read more!
Continuing from where I left off in Part 1, Oakley and I were having a blast down in the Smoky Mountains, but Oakley especially – having never ventured this far from his home, was finding the exotic humidity and heat to be a little overwhelming at times. Which is why the first thing we did… Read more!
It was to be Oakley’s first-ever trip out of the country, and his first trip anywhere aside from our cottage. For this trip, we partnered with Visit My Smokies who would help organize and show us some of the best things to do. Oakley was expectantly quite nervous. He lives with the parents of MY… Read more!
Although it’s perhaps seemed like things have been quiet with me on the surface recently, there’s been a lot going on! For one thing, Mum and Dad just started a beehive, officially making me a “backyard beekeeper”; another esteemed credential for my already mountainous resume. Not only that, but I just announced that I officially have… Read more!
It’s been a little while since my last blog post, so I thought I would just catch you up on a few things that have happened in the past few weeks… It started a couple weeks ago when my parents left for a little trip of their own while I stayed home with my brother Oakley. Following… Read more!
Today was the day I was supposed to fly home from Florida, but guess what? I said heck with that, so I slipped Dad’s credit card out of his wallet, called up the airline, and extended our stay for another week. Because I haven’t finished my tan yet, of course. That, and I’m not really… Read more!
Well, I am now headed back home after an amazing and much needed vacation to Banff National Park of Alberta, Canada. After all I’ve been through these past months, including my surgery, crate rest, conservative care, and rehabilitation, it was so nice to feel like a regular dog again and do what I love so much – explore… Read more!
I have just returned from an almost three week-long tour across Canada raising awareness for the No Bite Is Right cause on the better way to prevent flea and tick bites, but also meeting fans and signing books. It was a lot of work but a lot of fun, and I definitely had plenty of… Read more!