The Last Year, In ONE Post
Monday, 22 December 2014 06:19

arya fuzzyface
Yes, I suck.  I know.  I haven't updated this site in over a year.  But, I am trying to be better.  If you really want to know what's going on with Ruger, you may just have to head over to Instagram (@anderuel) or Facebook.

SO....the big thing.  Maximus is pretty much 100% of his old self.  It took him about 5 weeks to get his legs under him,but then he improved rapidly.  You would never know now that anything ever happened to him, and he's back to being a regular dog.  This protocol (+patience) really works; it's worked on my 3 and countless others.  Familiarize yourself with it before you need it.  It makes IVDD that much less scary.  If you have a Dachshund, it's just mandatory to educate yourself prior to having an issue.  Then hopefully you never have one.

Then, I started a new business, Oui Naturals, because I hated that I cringed and worried about what they were ingesting everytime one of the Dachshunds licked my freshly-lotioned legs.  We had a litter of two puppies by Cyndy Senff's Stig - CH Dynadaux Storm of Swords MW out of GCH Ryan.  One, Emme, a red smooth girl I would have liked to keep, is with some dear friends who are working her in obedience and eventually agility, and I will show and breed her if she turns out. She is incredibly smart; one of the smartest Dachshunds I've ever had. Hopefully, we can show the boy, Sprocket, who is up in FoCo with the parents of one of my sweetest dog friends ever.  I co-bred a litter out of Shelby (GCH Gator x DC Evie) sired by the same boy, and I took Arya, pictured above.  This puppy is a HOOT.  She likes everything except nails and baths, and she tolerates those just fine.  No one is a stranger to her, and we suspect she is a Golden Retriever changeling.  lol.  We have a new adult girl, Sansa, Dynadaux Winds of Winter MW, who is Stig's litter sister.  And we placed Finn with a wonderful family with two young boys.  We weren't looking to place Finn, but this family was so loving, and so deserving, and no one else would consider them because of the boy's ages.  They are just awesome, and Finney was the perfect fit for this family not interested in a puppy.

The site is woefully out of date, and that's something I am going to try very hard to rectify in the new year.  Love you all!

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