Friday, March 25, 2016

Dear Abby - Vintage Easter Dachshunds

Dear friends,

I'm taking a break from my rescue series this week to wish you a happy Easter.  I hope you have a wonderful weekend!

I've looked high and low and found some vintage Easter postcards featuring dachshunds.  For some reason these are hard to find - who knew?!

This is my favorite.  A little girl hugs a dachshund, while another doxie brings flowers.  Little chicks are hopping around, too.


A dachshund meets three bunny rabbits!


This card features a whole family of bunny rabbits ... and a handsome black dachshund.


It looks like some dachshunds are helping a bunny rabbit with some Easter eggs.  (I like this idea!)


Two dachshunds meet a big rooster!  This is an unusual card.  Are they in a library?


Another dachshund meets a rooster on this vintage Easter postcard.


A dachshund howls with happiness because he discovered a nest of eggs.


Another surprised looking dachshund finds a chicken and baby chicks.


This pretty dachshund carries pink flowers.


I hope you enjoyed these vintage Easter dachshunds.  I also hope your Easter weekend is lovely.  

I'll be back next week with a happy pet rescue story for you.

Love to all,

Abby xoxoxo

7 comments:

Susan Deppner said...

Love the vintage cards. Happy Easter, Abby!

Brittany Putman @gracelovelife.com said...

Cute. I love dachsunds.

Sarah said...

Aww, sweet Abby! Happy Easter!

Alison @ Puppies and Pretties said...

These cards are too cute! I'd have to say my favorite is the one with the girl hugging the dog.

Abby said...


Thanks, friends, for visiting! Hope you have a wonderful Easter weekend!

Love,
Abby

Crystal said...

I love these cards! I particularly love the ones with bunnies. I used to have bunnies and once my sister's doxie got over his fear of the bunnies (when he was really young) they actually got along fairly well.

Abby said...


Crystal, that is so neat about the bunnies and doxie that got along well. I met a neighbor's pet bunny once and found him very interesting (but I did not bark at him).

Love,
Abby