Meet my best friends
My big sister, Ava, is a 11-year-old Miniature Dachshund. Mom and Dad got her as a 16-week-old puppy in Cadott, Wisconsin. She has a LOT of personality, and she's needy as can be. She is a lot older than me, but she still acts like a puppy.
Her favorite things are to snuggle Mom or Dad, get petted, ride in the car, go for walks, and play with stuffed animals that we call "babies". She has our parents (and everyone that meets her) wrapped around her paw.
My big brother, Toby, crossed the Rainbow Bridge in April 2018. He was a 14-year-old Miniature Dachshund rescue from Fort Wayne, Indiana. Mom and Dad had him since September, 2006, and he was their first furbaby.
Out of all of my siblings, Toby played with me the most. We snuggled a lot, and he also liked to eat and sleep under the covers. Toby was my very best friend.
Daisy joined the family July of 2017. This little white fluff is a 9-year-old Maltese that weighs 3.5 pounds. She is really nice and she's a daddy’s girl (like me!). She has a cute little bark and loves to play. She also smiles when she is excited and she has a torn ACL, so she has a little kick in her step.
Daisy LOVES belly rubs, she loves treats, and she is also a therapy dog with Paws & Think.
Zoey crossed the Rainbow Bridge in June of 2018. She was a 13-year-old Shih Tzu/Yorkie mix (aka Shorkie-Zu), and Mom and Dad called her "our little old lady". She only weighed 2.5 pounds so she wasn't much bigger than me, which madeit easy for us to play together. Although she wasn't with us very long old, she was a big part of our family. Like me, she had some physical ailments including a heart murmur, cataracts, and hearing loss. Her skeletal structure was s similar to mine, but she got around quite a bit easier than me.
She loved to cuddle up to any of our siblings (or Mom and Dad) and sleep. She also loved treats!