Emily & Rufus at Joshua Tree

Rufus & Emily | July 2012. Photo by: Johnny Ortez-Tibbels

One of the things I enjoyed most about the Joshua Tree trip was watching Emily and Rufus really solidify their bond. Rufus is more of a people or person dog; he likes to be with his humans. Whereas Emily went from her mother and littermates to a foster home with multiple doxies, and then to our home with a revolving door of doxies. Emily is definitely a dog’s dog and enjoys the company of other doxies. She loves Rufus and it’s nice to see him being accepting of her. They shared some real sweet moments on this trip.

Rufus & Emily | July 2012. Photo by: Johnny Ortez-Tibbels

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5 Responses to Emily & Rufus at Joshua Tree

  1. Kay Black says:

    You have two beautiful doxies. I appreciate that you share your talent of photography with us with pictures of Rufus and Emily and their friends. When I get online each day, I eagerly look for your email to see the pictures and read what they have been up to. I have two black and tans (Bo and Shug) that I love and they keep me busy. Keep up the good work!! Thanks again!!

    • Thank you for your post. I’m glad you enjoy the picures. Dachshunds are wonderful and my two make each day something special. They entertain all day long. Have a great day! 🙂

  2. susie says:

    your trip photos are wonderful….thanks for sharing. i wish i could just take two…but which ones?

    • A tough choice. I struggle when I have to choose between my two, so I can only imagine the difficulty you experience with your four, but… I do think individualize attention to each dog is necessary – like doxie dates. Good luck! 🙂

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