Darcey the dachshund’s survival story

Darcey the dachshund was attacked by another dog while holidaying with her family. With an emergency dash across the state of South Australia, emergency surgery, endless love from her ma and pa, and support from the dachshund and coaster communities she has not only...
Long Dogs walk in Guildford

Long Dogs walk in Guildford

Spring in Perth is magnificent.  It can only be enhanced by adding 90+ dachshunds and their families.  It was made especially magic by seeing some of the latest survivors of illness and injury there, and thriving. I’ll be honest, not a huge fan of the number of...
Scraps and Matilda at the beach

Scraps and Matilda at the beach

 love the beach. So do Scraps and Matilda. They are lucky to live near one of Western Australia’s lovely dog beaches so I got to capture Matilda’s first day at the beach.  It’s like the first day or school, only better. Winning! Scraps is a pretty...
Tex and Astro

Tex and Astro

I first met Tex and Astro’s parents at a Long Dogs quiz night where were all raising funds for Dachshund Rescue Australia. At the time they only had Tex, but you could tell they had the dashie bug and I was unsuprised to hear they had added Astro to their family...
Billy the French Bulldog

Billy the French Bulldog

Billy is six, and he is the friendliest, most easy going doggo you could hope to meet. He lives with his mum, dad and older, smarter and more sophisticated older sister, Jaja the poodle. In years gone by Jaja was a super model, poster child for pet groomers and...
A gentleman’s guide to good grooming

A gentleman’s guide to good grooming

They say the difference between a bad hair cut and a good hair cut is three days. The reality is that that our dog Smudge only just got his first good hair cut this week – at nearly nine years of age. That’s on us, not him. Our boy is dog reactive, which...