I really like this spread – pages 84 through 85. Each page tell a singular story all on its own, and each two-page spread tells another story when you look at them together. On page 84 the female wirehair doxie named Trouble offers her best look of indifference while on page 85 the playful puppy Peanut is eager to engage. Looking at them side by side, I want to laugh. It’s as though Peanut wants to play with Trouble, and Trouble is saying, “go away pup, you bother me.”
The book is intended to invoke a variety of moods and emotions. It is my objective to have people oohing and awing, smiling and laughing and perhaps even a few moments melancholy. Get yours today, if you haven’t already: 102 Dachshunds. All proceeds raised will be returned to the dachshund community we love via our outreach endeavors. DOGS is completely volunteer run and operated.