(Wordless Wednesday) What Do You Get When You Cross a Cocker Spaniel With a Dachshund?

16 Responses to (Wordless Wednesday) What Do You Get When You Cross a Cocker Spaniel With a Dachshund?

  1. eyegillian says:

    Your headline sounds like a joke, but these adorable pups are more of a pleasantry… no, more than that — a drive-by “awwcutery”!

  2. lavenderbay says:

    Yes, they were a pleasant surprise, Eyegillian! I saw them in a nearby park while I was amusing myself wandering about while you were at your photography workshop. It was worth the drive to Moncton!

  3. livingisdetail says:

    Such lovely little puppy ones. They make me want to scoop them all up for a big, wiggly puppy cuddle.

  4. livingisdetail says:

    That must be a waggle of pups. They are absolutely gorgeous.

  5. lavenderbay says:

    They were the sweetest things, Livingisdetail, just eight weeks old, and as soft as they look (I petted one of the brindles).
    A group of puppies is called a “waggle”? I’ll have to remember that!

  6. Tony says:

    A Weiner Spaniel???
    Awwww they are so gorgeous & cuddly looking. Brings back memories of Dixie’s puppyhood

  7. I luv the puppyz & I wish I kood play wiv them orl ryt now

  8. lavenderbay says:

    Yeah, the weiner half of the pedigree really surprised me, Tony, although maybe the white one at the end of the line in the first photo is a little stretchy.

    They seemed very good-natured, Dixie, I’m sure they’d enjoy your company. The brindle one that the man is petting in the last photo made me think of you — something about those thoughtful eyes.

    Yes!!! Step to the head of the class, Dennis!!! Btw, Shelley has her hands full over at Yasashiikuma with seven newborn fifth-cousins of Cai and Fergus, too.

  9. Christina Cronk says:

    Daniels? the puppies are so cute!

  10. Jayne says:

    A Dachspaniel?
    Awww, they are gorgeously fluffy and huggable.

  11. lavenderbay says:

    “Daniels”?! I like it, Christina! And cute they definitely are — I crossed half the park to meet these furry magnets.

    “Dachspaniel”‘s good too, Jayne. And Lord knows, you could occasionally use some fluffy huggables (sure, your new henlets are fluffy, but perhaps a bit on the small side for hugging).

  12. Anne Gibert says:

    Oh, dear. The first thing that came to my mind was — long cockers. I’m sorry.

    All puppies are cute.

  13. lavenderbay says:

    Rofl, Anne! Some day, I’m going to have to review my old posts to see which ones proved to be verbal Rorschach tests.

  14. OMG, aren’t they the cutest pups on the planet? (After your pair, of course). Could you email me one?

  15. lavenderbay says:

    Not sure if e-mailing would work, Barefootheart, but maybe I could have one cur-iered. (*groan*)

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