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  • Title: Dachshunds Can Fly
  • Author: Helga Stipa Madland
  • ISBN: 9781593305840
  • Page: 104
  • Format: Paperback
  • Traveling with a dog, especially a dachshund, is entertaining and challenging In the early nineties, my husband Richard and I spent a short time traveling in Germany and Greece and after that lived in France for one year, with our dog Our dachshund s name was also Richard in order to avoid confusion, we called him the Little Dog The Little Dog, who already had strong oTraveling with a dog, especially a dachshund, is entertaining and challenging In the early nineties, my husband Richard and I spent a short time traveling in Germany and Greece and after that lived in France for one year, with our dog Our dachshund s name was also Richard in order to avoid confusion, we called him the Little Dog The Little Dog, who already had strong opinions about his likes and dislikes, fell in love with French bread No one could remove it from his mouth once it had landed there, which happened frequently His antics, and his relentless energy and enthusiasm are a formidable presence in this tale of travel, food, and daily life in another culture.
    Dachshunds Can Fly Traveling with a dog especially a dachshund is entertaining and challenging In the early nineties my husband Richard and I spent a short time traveling in Germany and Greece and after that lived in

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    1. An Hilarious True Travel Story Helga and Richard Beck spend a year living in France with their 4 year old black and tan dachshund referred to as Little Guy From the time when they got Little Guy, regardless of the information in puppy manuals, Little Guy got his way, preferring to sleep in his owner s bed, rather than in a crate Once there in bed, he declared his rights of co habitation forever So back in the 90 s at age 4, he still has a strong dislike for a crate From the beginning in plannin [...]

    2. I thought this would be fun than it was Mostly I wondered about why they would give the dog the same name as the husband Richard and how in the world they could think it was amusing to have a dog so horribly spoiled that most of the book was wasted talking about all the bad things it did Totally ran the house, that dog.

    3. I found this book via a doxie rescue I am involved with and, having 2 of mine own, decided to read it.I abandoned this book about halfway It has almost nothing to do with the dog and the writing is so so at best It definitely needs to be proofread again, as well.

    4. I gave this book 2 stars, and that was being generous The basic premise was good, the story line went back and forth way too much, the grammar was awful, and if I read one recipe I was going to give the book up completely These recipes just got thrown in seemingly randomly, and got rather annoying It was by far one of the worst books I ve read in a long time, I especially got upset as a dachshund owner that 1 , they couldn t give the poor pet a better nickname than Little Dog, my friend s dog i [...]

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