We think that every dog looks handsome in a Hug-A-Dog Harness™. You can help prove us right. Mail your photos to Dachshund Delights, 8675 Pierce Road, Garrettsville OH 44231, or mail them in digital form to webmaster@doxidelight.com.

Or you can click here to read what some of our customers have said to us.

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Mary S. says, "I had to send you a picture of my 2-year-old dachsie Honey and my oldest daughter. Honey looks so cute in her Heart print Snap-A-Danna!!!" See the rest of her comments on our Customer Comments page.

No, the harness in that picture on the top is not a standard fabric. But when we got the special request, we couldn't resist.

"Don't you think she's beautiful?" Mary C asked about her girl, Brandy. We surely do.
Just as a change of pace, how about a DreamSack photo? Mocha's mom, Julie, says that it's where nine-year-old Mocha likes to hang out.

Peanut is a Minnesota Vikings fan, and he doesn't mind using his harness to let the world know about it.
Sometimes people don't believe us when we say that we make harnesses to fit every size dog. This dog was so big that his owner – Robin L. – couldn't even get all of him in the picture.

Mulligan likes his harness, but with winter coming on in his native Maine, he prefers to snuggle in clothes fresh out of the dryer.
Calie shows off her special, one-of-a-kind harness. It's our standard mesh, with a skirt-like frill to show what a pretty girl she is.

Lucy is ready to wear her chili pepper harness for a trip to New Mexico.
Mon Cherie models the harness dress she got as a present for her ninth birthday.

Duchess decided to get a paisley harness, because she only wears her leopard print number when she's "in the wilderness."
Ten-year-old Roo just got her first harness, featuring her hero, Joe (Snoopy) Cool.

Here's Meme, another model for our fall line of couture. Like Daisy (two rows below), she's the envy of all who see her.
Many people think that tofu is pale and bland. No one thinks that about handsome Tofu the Dachshund.

Here are Daisy (on the left) and Copper. Daisy likes the ruffle we added to her harness.

Back in early 2004, when we opened our gallery here, JennyB the beagle was one of the first dogs to be displayed. We're happy to report that she's still going strong and is modeling her brand new harness for us. Her brother Bandit also got a new harness. Bandit is a real dachshund; you can see his nose poking into the bottom of the frame on JennyB's photo.

This is Buddy. He was attacked a 2 pit bulls, and his throat/chest area was still healing and tender, so he couldn't wear a regular collar. We made him a special harness that would not irritate the healing wounds.
After we went to the annual wiener dog races in Buda, TX, in April of 2007, Courtney A. sent us this picture and wrote, "We've been fans of the Hug-A-Dog for a long time and were at Buda this weekend staffing the Central Texas Dachshund Rescue booth. We decided that we must get matching new harnesses for our boys, as we had just adopted our newest dog, Fred, from CTDR and were one short. Here is a pic to show how happy they are to wear them! Thor (Dr. Thorester Hurley Funkenstein) is the big standard black and tan. He is 3 and was adopted from CTDR in 2006. Fred (Baron Friedrich von Ballhopper) is the red dapple in the middle and he is 6. Napoleon (Napoleon Dynamite) is the other black and tan in the black/orange harness. He is 2 years old."

Pugs Galore! Here are some rascals we met (and fit for new duds) at the Pug Rescue Network picnic in Clawson, MI, in May of 2007.


Jackie is a jaunty Jack Russell. She wears her harness to go tooling around the town.

Kya (four rows down) was the first Coton de Tulear to appear in our gallery, and this is her best friend, Mon Cherie. Heidi, Mon Cherie's owner, tells us "MC received her harness just a few days ago. I am very pleased with it.  It does not cause matting on her long coat. And everybody admires how fashionable she looks." She certainly does.
In this photo, sweet Heidi, of Fruit Grove, FL, is wearing her new harness to celebrate her first birthday.

Leo and Fritizie Whitmore live in New Jersey. They wanted you to see how they looked in their favorite harnesses last summer.
Back in October, we published a photo of this quartet of handsome 'hunds from Oldham, UK. Here they are again, modeling their new fabric harnesses. From left to right are Saffron, (green trim), Sam (blue trim), Solo (red trim) and Polly (yellow trim).

Kya is the first Coton de Tulear to appear in our gallery, and we're happy to welcome her. You might want to visit her Web home at www.tiacotons.com to see more pictures of her, not to mention her sweet pups.
Payton's buddy Duchess already has her picture on this page (six rows down), so there's no possible way we could ignore this handsome fellow.

Through the good work of Dachshund Rescue of North America, little Heidi Jo has a new home. And she went to it wearing a new harness.
Oscar takes a moment to model his new black-on-black model with reflective tape trim. His mom, Rachel, says it fits just right. She might have added that he is quite the handsome fellow.

We so seldom see a photo with all three coat types represented that we just had to publish both pictures that Jean sent. The smooth is Sam and the wire is Saffron. As for the longhairs, the black and tan is Polly, who is mother to the silver dapple, Solo. Jean is from Oldham, in the north of England, near Manchester. These photos were taken on holiday in Scotland.
Here are Shayla, Shandy and Brandi, from Grand Island, Nebraska. The picture was taken in 2005, and Shayla has since gone on to the Rainbow Bridge. She was clearly a beautiful girl.

Here is Bentely running with his favorite toy through the park sporting his paw-print Hug-a-Dog harness.
Duchess models a harness made from material sent in by her mom.

This is Spike. His Flames harness reflects the fact that he was Born To Be Wild.
This is Poquita, the first Chihuahua-Pomeranian mix we've had on these pages, and she's ready to go RVing with her mom and dad, Judy and Bud. They assure us that she is tethered to the frame and won't go flying in the event of a sudden stop.

Some say that Italian Greyhounds are hard to fit, but we love to work with them, especially if there are as good-looking as Jada here. Jada's mom says the new harness fits just fine.
Displaying their good-dogs-secured-in-the-car behavior are, from top to bottom, Roxie, Addison and Bean.

With his new all-black harness with the extra D-ring, Clancy feels just like a biker dude. His folks assure us that the closest he comes to a hog is when they let him have a piece of bacon.

Every now and then, we have to remind you that Hug-A-Dog harnesses are for big dogs, too. Here to help us with that chore are Summa-Thyme the Rottskey (Rottweiller-Huskey mix) in the blue harness and Valley-Girl the Greyweiller (Greyhound-Rottweiller mix) in the purple harness.

Tanner (black and tan) and Tucker (red) love their new harnesses. When it's time for them to go out, they go and stand patiently by where the harnesses are kept.

Little Sassy lives with a family involved in rescue. She loves the harness/skirt combo we made for her.

Sara (on top) and Tucker had just come back from a long walk in their new harnesses when their mom snapped their pictures. Both are from 2 Dogs Long. Sara models a DreamSack in our new catalog. Don't have our new catalog?! Go to our main page and see the upper right part of the page for instructions on how to get one for yourself.
This picture proves that our harnesses are adaptable to a wide variety of customers. We met this fellow at an expo in Columbus, Ohio, and were able (very carefully) to fit him.

Gaberdeenie Weenie is doing some undercover work in a local pasture and wants to blend in with the locals. One way or the other, we're sure you'll agree that the Holstein harness is a good match for the little sweetie's natural good looks.
Five-year-old Bounder and six-year-old Missy know that when their harnesses are brought out, it's time for either a walk or a camping trip.

Here are some satisfied customer whose names we don't know. We fitted them with their new harnesses at a show in Michigan in November of 2005.

Meet Mika. Her mom says that even though she doesn't care for wearing clothes, she doesn't protest the harness or try to get it off. When she sees the harness, she knows that it's time for a walk!

Amy is two years old on Christmas Eve, 2005. We are honored that she has chosen to celebrate the day by sending us some photos of herself in her harness.
His mom, Jane, tells us that Roscoe looks very handsome in his harness. We find this statement to be beyond dispute

Bella means beautiful in Italian, and this Bella is a beautiful six-month-old mini. Her mom, Kelli, says that Bella loves her harness because she knows that when it's put on her, it's time to play.
This is Bailey, modeling his very first Hug-A-Dog Harness, and looking quite good in it. Look for him as a Dachshund Of The Month soon.

Tasha lives in New York City and owns two harnesses. The basic black is good for everyday wear in the city, except for colorful days, when she wears black with purple trim. She also wears her harness at the beach in North Carolina and Maine.

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