Fridays Furry Friend

Well thank dog it’s Friday!! It seems like this week has gone very slowly over here, I think it might have something to do with both Mum & Dad battling the lurgy and the fact that Winter is officially here. We know that for a FACT as we’ve had to wear our Equafleece’s this week, low tums + frosty grass does make for a relaxing morning walk I can tell you!!

Dachshund Equafleece

This weeks Furry Friend was sent in by Kelcy and features her lovely sausages Cash & Collins. Sadly Collins passed away a few weeks ago, I am sure you will help me in remembering Collins and passing our condolences to Kelcy, Cash and their family. I think these very cute photos just sum up the pair and I think I can speak for all of us when I say Collins has certainly touched a few more lives.


This is Cash (black) and Collins. They were inseparable from the moment I brought Collins home in January.
Collins passed away three weeks ago. He was inbred and had a lot of health issues. 15 months is just not a long enough life. I hope you’ll choose Cash and Collins as Fridays Furry Friend so he can touch a few more lives.
Kelcy Beirnes

Cash & Collins

Cash & Collins

Cash & Collins

Dach’s all for now – wrap up warm this weekend!

Jeffrey x

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  • Finn
    November 12, 2016

    Oh what a sad story but I’m sure Collins’ short life was packed full of love and I’m sure he’s left behind lots of happy memories for Cash and family. In a while those memories will make them smile again.
    I’ve had to jump into my Equafleece this week as well and, as I’m such a generous chappy, I let Timm borrow my spare until Mum sorts him out with his own.
    Hope you’re both having a good weekend and that your Mum and Dad are on the mend.

  • Joy Fitzsimmons
    November 12, 2016

    Aw lovely sad tale. We lost our first two boys Archie and Doug at 6 and 7 and think were also too inbred. But happy years we had with them. Now we have a more securely bred pair Ned and Henry. Just as loveable and like all dachshunds a little individual and one of them pretty daft….. loved to bits. Where would we be without them. Now slumped in front of a coal fire. Ooops smokeless? What better way to wind down of an evening xxxx

  • Anne
    November 14, 2016

    R.I.P., lovely boy Collins. You had a lovely family to love your last days.

  • Julia Jinks
    November 14, 2016

    A very touching story of a life lived far too short poor Collins 🐾❤️🐾

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