Abbey & Dexie

Abbey & Dexie | May 2013.  Photo by: Johnny Ortez-Tibbels ©

Dexie & Abbey | May 2013. Photo by: Johnny Ortez-Tibbels ©

Abbey and Dexie came all the way from Washington State to be photographed this week. I meet Abbey and her mom when she lived in Southern California, and I first photographed Abbey in 2011. However, since then Abbey and mom have moved and expanded the pack to include Dexie. I met Dexie at last year’s LA Doxies’ holiday celebration and finally got to spend some quality time with her this past Monday during our play date and photo shoot. I have some sweet solo photos of Dexie forthcoming, but today it’s all about the pair. I’m naturally a fan of the classic red and black and tan pairing (Rufus and Emily), so it was my pleasure to photograph the duo. What do you think?! Adorable!? I personally have never met a dachshund that I didn’t like, but these doxie girls were particularly precious and well mannered. They’re welcome back anytime.

Abbey & Dexie | May 2013.  Photo by: Johnny Ortez-Tibbels ©

Abbey & Dexie | May 2013. Photo by: Johnny Ortez-Tibbels ©

Abbey & Dexie | May 2013.  Photo by: Johnny Ortez-Tibbels ©

Dexie & Abbey | May 2013. Photo by: Johnny Ortez-Tibbels ©

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3 Responses to Abbey & Dexie

  1. Denise Beard says:

    I too have a soft spot for the classic black & tan smooth as I have had that type since I was 5 years old. my current are my first long hairs. They are beautiful & I was especially interested to see they traveled from my state of Washigton to be photographed!!

  2. Sharon Denitto says:

    We had cousins that we rescued when we lived in England, a red and blk/tan but they have sinced moved over the Rainbow bridge, Now we have fraternal twins, a red and a cream born on Christmas eve. They are now 8-1/2 and have transformed from the red to a coppery color and the cream is a dark dirty blond (gene chemistry? confusion or fusion). These photographs of these two are absolutely stunning. How did you get them to pose so well behaved – they really are memorable photos. You must have the right magic.

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