Doxie Tuesday

I’ve decided that today is “Doxie Tuesday” – so hug ’em if you’ve got ’em


Doxies abound in Europe, which is where I took this shot last month. In Amsterdam’s Vondelpark to be precise.

There he was. Having the best time fetching his ball. Throughout the trip we saw lots and lots of Weenie Dogs.

For  some reason, many of them came up to us to visit.

It did our hearts good.

Let’s hear it for Doxie Tuesday.

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Winston welcomes you to The Scottie Chronicles - a blog that began in 2009 as a voice for Stuart, a more than memorable black, brindle and white Scottish Terrier who captured hearts around the world. Stuart passed suddenly in December 2015 from cardiac hemangiosarcoma, a nasty cancer that took him far too early. If you love Scotties, please follow along. Arroooo!
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23 Responses to Doxie Tuesday

  1. Kismet says:

    We sent this to our Doxie cousins in Oregon.

  2. Carroll says:

    I like the Doxie Tuesday. While my nephew was staying all over South American he saw lots of
    Scotties…he would emailed me pictures of some. They looks a lot like the Scotties here..same hair cut and such. Enjoying your blog and missing Stuart everyday. He lives in our hearts forever.

  3. Kaci says:

    I know all about Doxies. My two cousins are Doxies. Bandit had a cancerous kidney removed and although on cancer meds, is doing fine a year later. Luckily it was operable and didn’t spread as of yet. Digger had to have back surgery over a year ago and he is doing well now. Unfortunately, we can’t really play with them (they live in Oregon) because we (Kali and I) like to jump up and around and that is not good for a Doxie’s back. But, they do love the run, run run. We hope to see them again this year.

  4. theguster says:

    I am the proud grandmother of a Doxie! My daughter and her husband have a rescue mini Doxie, named Frannie, who is just delightful! Sometimes she doesn’t like to share her parents with McDuff, who just wants to be friends, but he’s very tolerant of her!

    McDuff & Mom

  5. Lee’s father had a Doxie he was rust color and his name was Rusty Iron. Looks like that guy is a wirehair one.
    Sweet William The Scot

  6. gentlestitches says:

    Great photo of a great dog He looks very smart I think I like all dogs the best. 😀

  7. nordhuesn says:

    We have a cousin named Daisy who is a doxie. We’ve never met her. She lives in Alabama. But Mom n Dad say she is very cute and smart.

  8. WestScott says:

    I agree that Doxies are cute. I’m especially attracted to the Wirehaired – love the brows and little beards!

  9. Rowena says:

    And it’s a darling little wire-haired! Like our MIster Bentley. I remember being at a pet store once, crouched to the lower ground checking out a product, when a wire-haired female came right up to me and kissed me on the lips! Her owner apologized for that but said that she always does it with strangers. I wish I could have taken her home with me.

  10. they are wonderful friends and I bet they knew that a doxie kiss brings a smile to your face :o)

  11. corkscot says:

    We have a bunch of Doxies on our street. Mom’s favorite looks a lot like the one is the picture. He is a wire haired grey Doxie named Cisco. He has a sister Trixie, also a wire.

  12. lauramarec says:

    My Hazel, who went to The Bridge on 12/06/12, was a Doxie who looked a lot like the one in your picture! She graced my life for 18 years and passed away from old age in my arms! She just went to sleep! I fell apart, and that is why I am so empathetic when someone looses their best friend! She was truly a part of me….She was, and will always be my precious Child!

  13. lauramarec says:

    Sorry I misspelled loses!

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