• Smarter Than Squirrels (Down Girl and Sit)
    Smarter Than Squirrels (Down Girl and Sit)
    by Lucy Nolan

    This is one of my favorite books about cool, brave dogs!

  • Bad to the Bone (Down Girl and Sit)
    Bad to the Bone (Down Girl and Sit)
    by Lucy Nolan

    I haven't read this book yet, but I can't wait to read more about these awesome and cool dogs!

  • On the Road (Down Girl and Sit)
    On the Road (Down Girl and Sit)
    by Lucy Nolan

    This sounds like a good book, too.  Car rides usually end in fun places like the Wiener Dog Races or the dog park!

  • The Art of Racing in the Rain
    The Art of Racing in the Rain
    by Garth Stein

    I haven't read this yet, but it was recommended by one of my people's friends.  She said it was great!

  • Nature's Variety Dry Dog Food, Prairie Canine Chicken Meal & Brown Rice, 30-Pound Bag
    Nature's Variety Dry Dog Food, Prairie Canine Chicken Meal & Brown Rice, 30-Pound Bag

    This is my favorite food!  I'm not sure if I love eating, walking, or playing more!


    My people call this the "Star Trek Door".  I love it because I can open it but the squirrels can't!

  • Easy Walk Harness, Small, Royal
    Easy Walk Harness, Small, Royal

    My old harness made me want to pull as hard as I could.  This one is much more relaxing!


Off to the Races - Part 2

The Buda Wiener Dog Races were so fun that I had to post a couple more items from it!

I got this great video of the cool and awesome dogs running!  Some of the pups don't quite know how to run to the finish line, though.

I know I would have won, but they said I'm too tall to race.  So unfair!

Also, Central Texas Dachshund Rescue posted some pictures of cool and awesome pups in the pup-sized Wienermobile.

Here are a couple of my favorite pictures from there, but I think you should also look at all the pictures and find your own favorite pictures.  (I hope you think the ones of me are your favorites!)

I can't wait for my next post, but I also want to invite other puppies to write guest posts.  If you are a puppy (or know a puppy) who wants to write a guest post on my blog, let me know!


Off to the Races!

Today was quite an exciting day!  I went to the Buda Wiener Dog Races.  This event is well timed to celebrate the end of giant rabbit season.

I didn't race, but it was fun to watch the other puppies race.

It was also fun to see the Wienermobile.  This is the type of car I want to drive when I'm old enough.

In the meantime, I drove a smaller Wienermobile that's just for younger pups like me.

There were a lot of little, fast dogs like me, but we also saw a much bigger animal there.  I think it was a small horse.

When we were leaving, I saw one last giant rabbit.  I gave him a dirty look so he knew it was time to get out of town.  I doubt he'll be returning any time soon!

All in all, it was an awesome day! 

I can't wait for next year! 

By the way, did you notice my awesome and cool bandana?  I'll have a story about how I got that later.


Another Pup Found a Home!

My person showed me a happy blog post this morning.  A friend of his found a homeless pup and found him a home!  Doesn't he look happy now?

These stories make me so happy, especially since I used to be homeless myself.  Someday soon, I'll tell y'all my story of finding a home.  It's a sad story at first, but it has a very happy ending!


Rabbit Nightmare

For those who don't know, I'm highly trained in neighborhood security.  Most people know that cats and squirrels are among the threats to our peaceful neighborhoods.  However, many people overlook the danger of rabbits.

When I see a rabbit, I tell them to leave at the top of my lungs.  I do this to protect my loving people from the danger.  Most of the year, I'm able to properly protect my people; however, around this time of year, there are some rabbits that are even bigger than people!  They even try to attract people to them by carrying baskets of candy.  I'm too smart to fall for their tricks!

This year, my people weren't home for me to protect them during giant rabbit time.  They came back from their trip with this photo of especially scary rabbits.  


Fortunately, I trained my people well.  They stayed high above the threat and did not go near it.  Clearly, the people in the picture were not fortunate enough to have such good training from their puppies.  






The Sweetest Puppy is dreaming up new dog blog posts.  Please be patient.

While you're waiting, you may want to check out this great book about some cool and brave puppies: 

Smarter Than Squirrels (Down Girl and Sit)Children's Humorous Literature)

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