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February 08, 2012

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Love this shot of blind Avery and Willie! The looks on their faces are enough to make any heart melt! <3

Just love this---ahhh, Willie!!!!

I think everyone needs to leave Avery alone! I've never liked mornings therefore felt it necessary to speak up for my beagle friend. :-)

I misspoke. I'm sorry, Blind Willie. You are a Gorgeous Beagle!!! :) Oh, Heck! You are just plain Gorgeous!!!

Those are 2 very handsome guys in that crate, I must say! Apparently, Avery just wants to chlll out longer...or maybe he just waits till everyone else comes in so he can have the yard to himself!

I have to say that I would love to see a video of the Dachshund brigade waking Avery up :)

The antics of your dogs always put a smile on my face. They each have such funny personalities, and the way they interact with each other is so funny.

Avery must be nocturnal....
Willie looks like he is looking for a friend to share time with.

Unleash the wiener dogs!!!!!

Hey, folks, congratulations on winning this week's prize from the Shelter Challenge!
What a riot, a dachshund brigade to escort Avery out of his crate! If you ever really do that, I hope you post a video.
Seriously, cheers for Willy for rousting Avery from his nest. Now if Avery would take a sweetheart from among the eligible females, he might *want* to come out every morning.

I can just see the doxies and Wilbur all racing to see who gets in there first....Avery wont linger for long.

Good to see Willie. He looks like "what, isn't this my crate?" Poor Avery..first Wilbur and now Willie invading his space.

Dachshunds are excellent at rooting out all forms of sloth and navel-gazing (admittedly, Avery couldn't actually see his navel...)

Perhaps someone could set a few loose on all those deadlocked committees in Washington (doing my best to be non-partisan here!) And I'd send in a few beagles, border collies and rotties for good measure, too.

THERE'S NOTHING WRONG WITH BEING ALITTLE SLOW IN THE A.M. ESPECIALLY WHEN YOUR BLIND. I MEAN WHATS TO SEE AFTER ALL, THAT YOU DIDN'T SEE THE DAY BEFORE. FUNNY POST STEVE - WHAT CHARACTERS DOGS ARE - BLIND AND/OR DEAF OR NOT.

Blind Willie is Gorgeous!.....and so helpful too!! What a good boy! He looks like a basset hound.

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