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We hope you enjoy taking this walk with us.
Weighing in at 12 pounds (on a good day) and measuring 12 inches from head to toe is Finnegan Greenwood Lassman. He’s a short-haired red dachshund with an unusual fawn coloring, like a light rust, with brown eyes and a brown snoot. His face has gained some salt (white hairs) over time, and he has one white toe. Because Finnegan – better known as Finne (pronounced “fin”) – was rescued, and the shelter didn’t know his exact age, he’s believed to be 13-ish years old. He’s both wise and young for his years. As of this writing, his current toy count is 17, and his bed count is 6.
Dislikes: baths, the vet, loud noises, balloons, being alone, that yappy neighbor dog beyond the fence
Likes: belly rubs, the beach, chicken, burrowing, zooming around the house, pill pockets, sadistically (and methodically) tearing apart plush toys, being a casanova with each and every woman he meets
She’s a 30-something writer and editor living in South Florida with Finne’s dad, Daniel. They’re a couple of DINKs (dual income, no kids), so they spoil Finnegan like nuts. He basically rules the roost and especially has Daddy wrapped around his little finger (paw?). Daniel is the good cop – in charge of feedings and walks. Chelsea is the bad cop – in charge of grooming, discipline and not fun stuff.