Yesterday our community loss two wonderful dachshunds: Max and Baxter. The only silver lining in their passing is that both dachshunds lived very long and full lives. Both darling dachshunds were featured in the book for charity 102 Dachshunds.
If any fan, friend or fellow-doxie human wants to make a tax-deductible donation in Max’s and/or Baxter’s name a personalized condolence postagram will be mailed to his family. I especially like these postagrams because the photo pops out of the postcard, which makes for a great keepsake. When our doxies pass, all we have are our memories and pictures. With your help Max’s and Baxter’s family can have a few more pictures. My only request, in order to make it cost efficient for the charity, please ensure your donation is $10 or more which includes original artwork, postage, delivery and labor.
Rest in peace friends. You will be missed but never forgotten.
Oh, it breaks my heart when we lose them & even living a long life doesn’t make it any easier to cope with the loss. At least we know they passed being fully loved & cherished.
RIP Max and Baxter you are beautiful. You are at the Rainbow Bridge with my dogs now.
I too have lost two dachshund’s recently. They leave such a gap in our hearts and our homes. Remember the good times and the wonderful lives you gave them.
R.I.P. MAX AND BAXTER ❤ ❤ ❤
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