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Doxie Con at Douglas Park on Sunday, June 23, 2019

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  • Dachshunds and their humans had a meet-up for Doxie-Con at upper Douglass Park in Noe Valley on June 23, 2019 in San Francisco, California. Nearly a hundred "dackle" converged on a beautiful San Francisco afternoon and met up with other humans and their breed including non-dachshunds. Short haired, smooth, dapple, black and tan, brown, red and all kinds of 'weiner dogs' were happy to meet new butts to sniff. Christopher Victorio for SF Weekly.
  • Dachshunds and their humans had a meet-up for Doxie-Con at upper Douglass Park in Noe Valley on June 23, 2019 in San Francisco, California. Nearly a hundred "dackle" converged on a beautiful San Francisco afternoon and met up with other humans and their breed including non-dachshunds. Short haired, smooth, dapple, black and tan, brown, red and all kinds of 'weiner dogs' were happy to meet new butts to sniff. Christopher Victorio for SF Weekly.
  • Dachshunds and their humans had a meet-up for Doxie-Con at upper Douglass Park in Noe Valley on June 23, 2019 in San Francisco, California. Nearly a hundred "dackle" converged on a beautiful San Francisco afternoon and met up with other humans and their breed including non-dachshunds. Short haired, smooth, dapple, black and tan, brown, red and all kinds of 'weiner dogs' were happy to meet new butts to sniff. Christopher Victorio for SF Weekly.
  • Dachshunds and their humans had a meet-up for Doxie-Con at upper Douglass Park in Noe Valley on June 23, 2019 in San Francisco, California. Nearly a hundred "dackle" converged on a beautiful San Francisco afternoon and met up with other humans and their breed including non-dachshunds. Short haired, smooth, dapple, black and tan, brown, red and all kinds of 'weiner dogs' were happy to meet new butts to sniff. Christopher Victorio for SF Weekly.
  • Dachshunds and their humans had a meet-up for Doxie-Con at upper Douglass Park in Noe Valley on June 23, 2019 in San Francisco, California. Nearly a hundred "dackle" converged on a beautiful San Francisco afternoon and met up with other humans and their breed including non-dachshunds. Short haired, smooth, dapple, black and tan, brown, red and all kinds of 'weiner dogs' were happy to meet new butts to sniff. Christopher Victorio for SF Weekly.
  • Dachshunds and their humans had a meet-up for Doxie-Con at upper Douglass Park in Noe Valley on June 23, 2019 in San Francisco, California. Nearly a hundred "dackle" converged on a beautiful San Francisco afternoon and met up with other humans and their breed including non-dachshunds. Short haired, smooth, dapple, black and tan, brown, red and all kinds of 'weiner dogs' were happy to meet new butts to sniff. Christopher Victorio for SF Weekly.
  • Dachshunds and their humans had a meet-up for Doxie-Con at upper Douglass Park in Noe Valley on June 23, 2019 in San Francisco, California. Nearly a hundred "dackle" converged on a beautiful San Francisco afternoon and met up with other humans and their breed including non-dachshunds. Short haired, smooth, dapple, black and tan, brown, red and all kinds of 'weiner dogs' were happy to meet new butts to sniff. Christopher Victorio for SF Weekly.
  • Dachshunds and their humans had a meet-up for Doxie-Con at upper Douglass Park in Noe Valley on June 23, 2019 in San Francisco, California. Nearly a hundred "dackle" converged on a beautiful San Francisco afternoon and met up with other humans and their breed including non-dachshunds. Short haired, smooth, dapple, black and tan, brown, red and all kinds of 'weiner dogs' were happy to meet new butts to sniff. Christopher Victorio for SF Weekly.
  • Dachshunds and their humans had a meet-up for Doxie-Con at upper Douglass Park in Noe Valley on June 23, 2019 in San Francisco, California. Nearly a hundred "dackle" converged on a beautiful San Francisco afternoon and met up with other humans and their breed including non-dachshunds. Short haired, smooth, dapple, black and tan, brown, red and all kinds of 'weiner dogs' were happy to meet new butts to sniff. Christopher Victorio for SF Weekly.
  • Dachshunds and their humans had a meet-up for Doxie-Con at upper Douglass Park in Noe Valley on June 23, 2019 in San Francisco, California. Nearly a hundred "dackle" converged on a beautiful San Francisco afternoon and met up with other humans and their breed including non-dachshunds. Short haired, smooth, dapple, black and tan, brown, red and all kinds of 'weiner dogs' were happy to meet new butts to sniff. Christopher Victorio for SF Weekly.
  • Dachshunds and their humans had a meet-up for Doxie-Con at upper Douglass Park in Noe Valley on June 23, 2019 in San Francisco, California. Nearly a hundred "dackle" converged on a beautiful San Francisco afternoon and met up with other humans and their breed including non-dachshunds. Short haired, smooth, dapple, black and tan, brown, red and all kinds of 'weiner dogs' were happy to meet new butts to sniff. Christopher Victorio for SF Weekly.
  • Dachshunds and their humans had a meet-up for Doxie-Con at upper Douglass Park in Noe Valley on June 23, 2019 in San Francisco, California. Nearly a hundred "dackle" converged on a beautiful San Francisco afternoon and met up with other humans and their breed including non-dachshunds. Short haired, smooth, dapple, black and tan, brown, red and all kinds of 'weiner dogs' were happy to meet new butts to sniff. Christopher Victorio for SF Weekly.
  • Dachshunds and their humans had a meet-up for Doxie-Con at upper Douglass Park in Noe Valley on June 23, 2019 in San Francisco, California. Nearly a hundred "dackle" converged on a beautiful San Francisco afternoon and met up with other humans and their breed including non-dachshunds. Short haired, smooth, dapple, black and tan, brown, red and all kinds of 'weiner dogs' were happy to meet new butts to sniff. Christopher Victorio for SF Weekly.
  • Dachshunds and their humans had a meet-up for Doxie-Con at upper Douglass Park in Noe Valley on June 23, 2019 in San Francisco, California. Nearly a hundred "dackle" converged on a beautiful San Francisco afternoon and met up with other humans and their breed including non-dachshunds. Short haired, smooth, dapple, black and tan, brown, red and all kinds of 'weiner dogs' were happy to meet new butts to sniff. Christopher Victorio for SF Weekly.
  • Dachshunds and their humans had a meet-up for Doxie-Con at upper Douglass Park in Noe Valley on June 23, 2019 in San Francisco, California. Nearly a hundred "dackle" converged on a beautiful San Francisco afternoon and met up with other humans and their breed including non-dachshunds. Short haired, smooth, dapple, black and tan, brown, red and all kinds of 'weiner dogs' were happy to meet new butts to sniff. Christopher Victorio for SF Weekly.
  • Dachshunds and their humans had a meet-up for Doxie-Con at upper Douglass Park in Noe Valley on June 23, 2019 in San Francisco, California. Nearly a hundred "dackle" converged on a beautiful San Francisco afternoon and met up with other humans and their breed including non-dachshunds. Short haired, smooth, dapple, black and tan, brown, red and all kinds of 'weiner dogs' were happy to meet new butts to sniff. Christopher Victorio for SF Weekly.
  • Dachshunds and their humans had a meet-up for Doxie-Con at upper Douglass Park in Noe Valley on June 23, 2019 in San Francisco, California. Nearly a hundred "dackle" converged on a beautiful San Francisco afternoon and met up with other humans and their breed including non-dachshunds. Short haired, smooth, dapple, black and tan, brown, red and all kinds of 'weiner dogs' were happy to meet new butts to sniff. Christopher Victorio for SF Weekly.
  • Dachshunds and their humans had a meet-up for Doxie-Con at upper Douglass Park in Noe Valley on June 23, 2019 in San Francisco, California. Nearly a hundred "dackle" converged on a beautiful San Francisco afternoon and met up with other humans and their breed including non-dachshunds. Short haired, smooth, dapple, black and tan, brown, red and all kinds of 'weiner dogs' were happy to meet new butts to sniff. Christopher Victorio for SF Weekly.
  • Dachshunds and their humans had a meet-up for Doxie-Con at upper Douglass Park in Noe Valley on June 23, 2019 in San Francisco, California. Nearly a hundred "dackle" converged on a beautiful San Francisco afternoon and met up with other humans and their breed including non-dachshunds. Short haired, smooth, dapple, black and tan, brown, red and all kinds of 'weiner dogs' were happy to meet new butts to sniff. Christopher Victorio for SF Weekly.
  • Dachshunds and their humans had a meet-up for Doxie-Con at upper Douglass Park in Noe Valley on June 23, 2019 in San Francisco, California. Nearly a hundred "dackle" converged on a beautiful San Francisco afternoon and met up with other humans and their breed including non-dachshunds. Short haired, smooth, dapple, black and tan, brown, red and all kinds of 'weiner dogs' were happy to meet new butts to sniff. Christopher Victorio for SF Weekly.
  • Dachshunds and their humans had a meet-up for Doxie-Con at upper Douglass Park in Noe Valley on June 23, 2019 in San Francisco, California. Nearly a hundred "dackle" converged on a beautiful San Francisco afternoon and met up with other humans and their breed including non-dachshunds. Short haired, smooth, dapple, black and tan, brown, red and all kinds of 'weiner dogs' were happy to meet new butts to sniff. Christopher Victorio for SF Weekly.
  • Dachshunds and their humans had a meet-up for Doxie-Con at upper Douglass Park in Noe Valley on June 23, 2019 in San Francisco, California. Nearly a hundred "dackle" converged on a beautiful San Francisco afternoon and met up with other humans and their breed including non-dachshunds. Short haired, smooth, dapple, black and tan, brown, red and all kinds of 'weiner dogs' were happy to meet new butts to sniff. Christopher Victorio for SF Weekly.

Dachshund and their humans had a meet-up for Doxie-Con at upper Douglas Park in Noe Valley on June 23, 2019 in San Francisco, California. Nearly a hundred “dackle” converged on a beautiful San Francisco afternoon and met up with other humans and their breed including non-dachshund. Short haired, smooth, dapple, black and tan, brown, red and all kinds of ‘weiner dogs’ were happy to meet new butts to sniff ahead of pride weekend (drum beat).

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