The Saturday Pet Blogger Hop: Daisy and Her Dachshund Pups

Happy Saturday, and welcome to another installment of the Saturday Pet Blogger Hop! You’ve found the right place to connect with other pet lovers. Whether you are a seasoned blogger, one who loves reading pet blogs, or if you’re just thinking about starting your own blog – there is definitely something here for you.

The Saturday Pet Blogger Hop is now sponsored by our favorite pet food company, Castor & Pollux. Each week, one blog hop participant will be randomly selected to win a coupon for a free bag of Castor & Pollux dog or cat food. If you know Castor & Pollux, you already understand what a great prize this is.

This is the same great food that fuels our pack, so hop on into the mix each Saturday – you never know!

Now acquaint yourself and enjoy – this is your resource, so use it as you see fit! Of course, you have to follow the rules, so let’s get to that. Get those links in and have fun.

    • Link up your pet blog name and URL using the Linky Tool below. You only need to add your link once to be seen on all the Saturday Pet Blogger Blog Hop Linky Tools for that week. Note that if your blog is not pet related your link will be removed. Also note that only one post per blog is acceptable, and links promoting giveaways that are unrelated to the pet blogger hop will be removed. This is a community building exercise and not a promotional vehicle – please treat it as such.
    • Grab the new “Saturday Pet Blogger Blog Hop” button below and include it in your Saturday Blog hop post so that your readers will know what is going on. *Note – posting is optional. Feel free to just link and follow.

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  • Follow your co-hosts listed in the first 3 slots of the Linky Tool.
  • Follow as many other blogs on the linky as you’d like.
  • Take a moment to comment on the blogs telling them you’re from the blog hop.
  • Follow back when you get a new follower through the Saturday Pet Blogger Hop.
  • Make friends and grow. ♥

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7 comments

  • June 2, 2012 11:30 amPosted 2 years ago
    Nancy K. (and HERO)

    CUTE! Somebody better teach her how to pick those puppies up by the nap of the neck!

    What a sweet mama and babies…

    XOXO

    HERO

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    June 2, 2012 11:33 amPosted 2 years ago
    SSB Pack

    Daisy is a great mom but she needs a little help moving those plump little pups around please.

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    June 2, 2012 1:34 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Juliebee

    Are you going to wait until she breaks a leg or dislocates a hip or knee before you teach her how to pick up her pups?

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  • June 2, 2012 7:46 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Kristin G.

    Is there anything cuter than a pup? No way!!

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    June 2, 2012 10:41 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Tracey

    So cute. Daisy needs a little help with the carrying though. But still really cute puppies.

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    June 3, 2012 10:05 amPosted 2 years ago
    Anonymous

    Yes there isn’t anything cuter than puppies, however you really need to take a closer look at how stressed the mother is in this situation. All she wants is to get her babies to a safer place. The filmer should have put the babies up rather than shooting this video. I hope you rethink wether this is really so cute, or borders on abuse and puts the puppies in danger of being harmed. It is not normal for pups of this age to be so far from their den. The moither obviously felt a danger or she wouldn’t have tried so hard to “rescue” her babies. Gayle

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    June 6, 2012 12:37 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Anonymous

    OMG what a sweet mama and babies!

    My dachsie had two litters and I loved nothing better than to pile them all on my chest while kicking back in my recliner to watch TV. Luckily their mama was very laid back and enjoyed the break! :)

    Like Daisy, my mama dog was naturally very lean and I had trouble keeping weight on her while she nursed. In addition to dry food, I gave her canned food and cottage cheese. The wet food gave her the extra fluids she needed to produce enough milk.

    Such a fun video! I miss puppy breath!

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