When my little dog Bria passed away from Conjestive heart failure, I was devasted. She was very special to me. She was my best friend for 15 years and 3 months.

After several months of grieving, I decided to get a new puppy. She can't replace Bria but at least she will keep me company. Her name is Sugar. She is a little pistol. I should have had my head examined before adopting a feisty little puppy. LOL! This is Sugar…



56 thoughts on “Sugar

  1. Hi sugar!!! What a little cutie you are and how lucky you are to find the loving home and mommy you got! Wishing you both lots of love. Xo. Jodi and Charlie

  2. I think Sugar is going to take verty good care of you!
    When I lost my Domino to congestive heart failure, she was almost 14 years old- and then a year later, my Hamish came into my life.

    He’s almost three years old now and he was EXACTLY what my broken heart needed to heal.

    Many happy days to the two of you!

  3. Oh I’m so happy for you PJ. Sugar is adorable and I’m so jealous lol. What kind of dog is sugar and how big will she grow? I think she is perfect for you and I hope she is not too hard to train πŸ™‚

    • Thank you so much Mandi! You are so sweet! She really is at a hard age right now – she is like having a toddler around 24/7. I constantly have to stop her from doing something she shouldn’t be doing. She has easily trained to the puppy pads (thank goodness!) She is too little to get up and down my steps to go outdoors. She is very feisty and energetic little dog. When I chose her, I immediately took to her because she was so calm and quiet. I loved that about her! I took her to the vet to get her puppy shots and the vet immediately put her on an antibiotic for an upper respiratory infection. Once she was healed from that she wasn’t the calm quiet puppy anymore! LOL! She is 3/4 Chihuahua and 1/4 Dachshound. She is very tiny and will grow up to be very very small (the size of a small chihuahua). I really miss my Bria and especially now because she was SO easy compared to this little girl. But, I hope my training will turn her into a little dog that works well for me.

      • I think Bria will always have a place in your heart and as you get to know and have memories with Sugar she will be a memorable and great friend too.
        Puppies are puppies lol, they are great fun and work I know. I love the breed it’s what I’m looking for, she’s beautiful looking and the chihuahua in her will hopefully be toned down (not so yappy) by the dachshund and also she hopefully won’t have the back issues dachshunds have. Good luck with training I think she will loveable and good once she is trained πŸ™‚

  4. Aww, Sugar!! You BOTH need each other, no matter how rambunctious she is! She will outgrow it. You may have already read about my 5-month old pup, Brodie, who is now 33 pounds is a HANDFUL! He literally chewed a pair of flip-flops last night under my easy chair with me inches away. Grrr. He has calmed down a lot and wants nothing more to please me and my hubby. Sugar is going to make you ridiculously happy and you will have the scars from scratches to prove it πŸ™‚ ❀

    • You have that right! Arms and hands are filled with teeth bites and scratches! Yes, she will be a great dog when she get’s over her terrible twos!! Sorry about your flip flops!

  5. There’s nothing like the love from a dog!! Bria has her place in your heart and she will always be there…but your heart is so big there’s plenty of room for Sugar!! She’s so lucky to have you…and you her! Have fun together. xo

    • Thank you so much. No, she will never replace Bria because Bria was special. I had her for over 15 years and we were growing old together. She knew me well – my likes and dislikes. She was a sweet girl. Sugar will be a good companion too if I can live through her obnoxious puppy stage! Haha!

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