Tweedle Dum and Tweedle Dee, double trouble, two peas in a pod. 

As litter brother and sister, they made sure they were never going to be apart from one another. 

The most gentle-natured dachshunds you would have ever met. They were utterly inseparable with only ever spending no more than 3 hours apart. Within their 14-year life together. 

 Oscar ( Occie ) was our Eeyore baby who was a gentle boof. He loved just being by your side while you sipped a cup of tea, in your shadow while you mowed the lawn or snuggled up with his sister, Moo. In the last 3 years of his life, he adapted well to his SARDS condition ( Sudden Acquired Retinal Degeneration Syndrome) meaning he was completely blind. But still the happiest boy and loved going for pram walks at the park. 

 Marlie was our Moo. She was the tiniest in the litter but also the bossiest. A mother hen by nature, she was always looking after any other family pet. Cleaning her brother, the cat, the glass, cement. She was always one step behind you and only ever asked to be in your company. She loved fluffy blankets in winter, days in the sun and anywhere you were. Marlie was her happiest when in the pram walking the park with her brother or when she found a dropped crumb on the floor. 

 Oscar and Marlie came into this world together, into our family as a package deal and with a broken heart, they crossed the rainbow bridge together. 

We will forever have footprints in our heart where these two embraced our lives. They made our house feel like a home and we will always be grateful for the love they gave us, unconditionally.