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Lady the dachshund, the ‘vicious’ dog Fane Lozman was accused of harboring during a previous battle with municipal authorities.
The next week, Deborah Johnson was scratched on her leg and knocked over by a large owl attacking her dachshund in Cobb County.
On his last day, former reporters there recalled, Mr. Simpson brought his dog, a dachshund-beagle mix named Irving, to join him in the office, loudly encouraging him to defecate near some editors.
The fear of outliving a dog was the main reason Thelma and Jim Humphrey of Clifton were hesitant about getting another pet after their dachshund, Beth, died recently.
The brother and sister live with two dogs, a blue heeler named Luna and a dachshund, Charlie.
Dogs or cats with long backs such as dachshunds or munchkins are susceptible to ruptured intervertebral disks.
One hundred dachshund dogs raced in the 10th annual Running of the Wieners to kick off Oktoberfest Zinzinnati weekend, Friday, Sept. 15, on Race Street between Second and Third streets.
Police said the 15-pound dachshund's leg must be amputated.
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