A dachshund’s mind

Rufus, Gracie, Emily & Milo | March 2012.  Photo by: Johnny Ortez-Tibbels

Rufus, Gracie, Emily & Milo | March 2012. Photo by: Johnny Ortez-Tibbels

Ever wonder what a dachshund is thinking as it stares outside?! Are they looking at something specific or are they more concerned about what they hear and smell!? I honestly don’t know what had their fixed gaze this particular afternoon, but it sure did make for a sweet picture featuring their distinct silhouettes. Have a wonderful day friends.

Rufus, Gracie, Emily & Milo | March 2012.  Photo by: Johnny Ortez-Tibbels

Rufus, Gracie, Emily & Milo | March 2012. Photo by: Johnny Ortez-Tibbels

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12 Responses to A dachshund’s mind

  1. JLink says:

    Johnny, I absolutely love this pic.. If I can make it work on FB and I credit, may I use it as my header? Thanks!

    -Jenn Linkner

    Sent from my iPhone

  2. Virginia Roccaforte Pretz says:

    Must have been a leaf falling from a tree…lol They are even pretty from the back! ❤

  3. Virginia Roccaforte Pretz says:

    BTW How is Milo adjusting?

  4. Jane Krueger says:

    I hope that Milo is doing well, and these doxies look so beautiful and pensive !!!!

  5. Denise Beard says:

    do they not have the cutest little bottoms on the planet???/

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