Sadie Izabella Tittle, February 1, 2013
Our last adoption, she actually has the same mother as Chloe. She is a short-hair smooth red mini-dachshund. and weighs about 10 pounds She is spunky, full-of life and plays, plays, plays all day long. She loves to drag the other girls around by their collars and is one of our roughest players of all our girls. She loves to be outdoors and sneaks out into the backyard any chance she gets.
Coco Chanel Tittle was, of course, named due to her color. She is a spunky little girl that loves to play and has a completely different personally than her sister, Cinni. Where Cinni is more mellow - Coco is very active and, loves to be on the go. She is more vocal and will bark to get your attention if you haven't spoken to her when you come into the room. She also loves to play with the neighborhood kids and if you get out a leash, she thinks she should be taken for a walk. Coco weights about 10 pounds with short hair that is dark chocolate, she has had several chocolate and red puppies.
Cinni Safrass Tittle - we had the hardest time picking out her name, so we let our Facebook friends vote - We put both names Cinnamon and Safrass out on the internet for a vote and the one with the most votes would become her name - that didn't work, it was a tie. So we just put both names together and she became Cinni Safrass, we call her Cinni. She is a little lovable doll-baby and she has become a talker.She is a short-hair red with a unique braid design in her tail hairs and weighs around 11 pounds.
Coco Chanel Tittle and Cinni Safrass Tittle, These girls are sisters and were born March 03, 2012
We fell in love with both of the girls when we went to visit. They were both so precious and Allan wanted the Chocolate color and I wanted the Cinnamon color so we just took both.
Cassiopeia Star Tittle, born February 22, 2010
She is our smallest mini dachshund and weighs only 8 pounds. She is a dapple with chocolate, cream and red as her colors. She is also a smooth short hair dachshund. Cassie is our "baby sitter" since she not longer is able to have her own litter of puppies. Everyone that comes to visit falls in love with her and enjoys her company. After two c-sections we decided to not breed Cassie and just let her enjoy all the other puppies in our home.
Little Man Patches Tittle, born May 15, 2009
He was just a little fur ball. He would start running and just trip and roll around. Didn't take him long to figure out how to chase the other dogs and follow along. He is the most mellow of all our dachshunds. He just loves to sit and swing with you in the back yard swing or he loves to play and just be with the other dogs. He gets really happy to play with the kids in the neighborhood. He is our long-hair mini dapple dachshund and weighs around 12 pounds. He has had some very pretty puppies with those beautiful colors of silver, red, black and whites.
Meet Sir Duke Wayne Eastwood Tittle, born April 11, 2008
He came into our home in May so full of energy and he has never slowed down, he is our athletic dachshund. Every day, several times daily, he does his routine work-out; out the doggie door, up around the back yard perimeter, back down the hill, under the deck and around the yard again. No fat on his body. He is one lean, mean, fighting machine - not really - he is one loving, snuggling dachshund and Loves his daddy. He weighs about 10 pounds soaking wet. He is a solid red short hair mini-dachshund.
Meet Parker Quincy Adams Tittle, born March 17, 2005
He came to our home as a tiny little puppy, taking his first trip with us within just a few days and has continuing taking trips with us since. Loves to travel and watch the world go by. He is our ball-playing dachshund. We have many balls placd high up on a shelf to keep him from playing, playing and playing all day long. He is a short-hair black and tan mini-dachshund and weighs approximately 11 pounds. He has sired some very pretty puppies with each of our girls. He is also one of our "talkers" - he has never met a stranger and always welcomes all visitors into our home.