My Dachshund got Stabbed

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My Dachshund got Stabbed

Post by SheBelieves on Sat Apr 04, 2009 7:25 am

I dreamed this last night.

I am not sure where we were but it was an outdoor dining setting (possibly a restaurant or a nice patio at someone's house). A lady and a child were walking over to a table to sit down; the woman was wearing very high and narrowly spiked heels. My little dachshund, Hugo, was nearby. When the woman sat down the heel of her shoe went right down onto Hugo's back and it pierced him all the way through! When she picked her foot up, the dog came up with her. I pulled the spiked heel out of him, and noticed the hole went all the way through. There was some blood but not much, and he didn't seem to be in much pain. I told my husband, "We have to get Hugo to the vet now!"


I woke up before I saw the rest of the story unfold.
I immediately prayed and pled the Blood of Jesus over Hugo.

But I am stumped as to what this dream is trying to tell me. :huh2:

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Re: My Dachshund got Stabbed

Post by SheBelieves on Wed Apr 08, 2009 9:26 pm

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Re: My Dachshund got Stabbed

Post by butterfly on Thu Apr 09, 2009 10:15 am

Were you worried about your dog in anyway before you had this dream? If so it could be your fears and anxiety about your dog coming out in your dream.



If you were not worried about your dog before the dream your dream could have a deeper meaning. "The name Hugo means heart, mind, spirit."



"Dachshund dogs are very lively and affectionate. They have an average life span of 12-15 years. The standard Dachshund weighs between 15 – 25 pounds and stands to about 5-10 inches at the shoulder, while the miniature Dachshund weighs approximately 9 pounds and stands a maximum of 14 inches at the shoulder.


Although they are friendly, devoted, and lovable, Dachshunds can be rather hard headed at times, especially when it comes to training. These dogs do best in obedience school, and require proper obedience training and socialization in order to develop as a credit to their breed.


Dachshunds are apart of the Hound dog group and are natural hunters. They will easily slip into their hunting role when the opportunity presents itself. Their natural instinct to hunt and track game is not something that can be trained out of them. Therefore, when taking them out for a walk, it is a good idea to always keep the Dachshund on a leash to ensure that he doesn’t chase after a squirrel or other rodents.


Dachshunds are extremely sociable dogs and love people, especially their owners. That being said, this breed has been known to be a little standoffish towards strangers, and is not recommended for families that have young children, as they won’t hesitate to snap at a teasing child, or a toddler who doesn’t understand how to play with the dog.
As for other pets, the Dachshund is pretty good. However, you need to watch this breed as they can be jealous or aggressive with other pets, especially other canines. Dachshunds are not good with rodents. Remember, this dog was bred to hunt game, and you can not train this instinct out of him. Note: The longer haired type of Dachshund is considered to be the most docile of all the coat varieties.


The Dachshund loves to bark, which makes him a good watchdog, as he will alert his owners when strangers are at the door.


As far as grooming is concerned, the Dachshund is relatively easy to take care of. The short haired types simply need to be groomed once a week, or biweekly with a rubber brush.

This will remove any dead hairs, and keep their coat looking glossy. Long haired Dachshunds should be groomed daily to keep tangles and mats out of the hair.


Because Dachshunds are small, compact dogs, they can live virtually anywhere. This makes them ideal for both city and country life. They are perfect for apartments, and happily make their home wherever their owner chooses to live. However, even though they do well in apartments and small spaces, the Dachshund still requires plenty of exercise. He should be taken out at least twice a day for a good 10-20 minute walk, on top of the additional playtime or exercise he receives indoors. Keep in mind that the Dachshund is a breed that is prone to obesity, so it doesn’t take much for the dog to become overweight.


Other health issues that are common in this breed include hip dysplasia, spinal problems and overall bone development issues. A Dachshund should be tested and monitored for these health defects.


In essence, the Dachshund makes a wonderful companion for both the experienced and first time dog owner. With the right care and commitment he will bring plenty of joy and adventure to your life."


Therefore perhaps your dream means that your dog could experience back injury or spinal injury in the future since sometimes dachshund have spinal problems. Your dog perhaps could represent a person whose heart, mind and spirit perhaps emotions might get hurt badly in some way by someone. I'm not sure though.



http://www.babynamespedia.com/meaning/Hugo

http://www.dachshundsavvy.com/

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Re: My Dachshund got Stabbed

Post by bluejeankid on Fri Apr 10, 2009 4:46 pm

Hi. Could this be that a close friend is going to stab you in the back?

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Re: My Dachshund got Stabbed

Post by SheBelieves on Fri Apr 10, 2009 4:48 pm

bluejeankid wrote:Hi. Could this be that a close friend is going to stab you in the back?

BJK

Without speaking it into existance, I would say it has been my track record. :uhoh:



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Re: My Dachshund got Stabbed

Post by SheBelieves on Fri Apr 10, 2009 4:53 pm

butterfly wrote:backstabbed often in life, mainly by Christians - sadly. I don't think I am in any relationships right now in which that would happen again.


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Re: My Dachshund got Stabbed

Post by SheBelieves on Fri Apr 10, 2009 4:55 pm

I just wrote a whole post... and it disappeared... part of it got quoted as if Butterfly said it?!?!?!? :oops:

What I said was I have had dachshunds all my life--they are awesome dogs! They are prone to back problems, but I've never had one that had back trouble.

I think the dream is more personal... I've been backstabbed often in life, mainly by Christians - sadly. I don't think I am in any relationships right now in which that would happen again.


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