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Old 10-02-2012, 07:51 PM   #21
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I caught a stomach bug sunday night, spent most of the night on the bathroom floor, sometimes passed out, oh, but I woke up, b/c I was throwing up. ah, and yes, I have shoulder length hair, so I had to clean up. all my dogs woke up and camped out by the bathroom, sweet and confused why I'd be bathing so late at night.

Didn't go to work the next day (work at a school, they wouldn't have let me in), and Ollie, like he used to do when he was a wee pup, and I had migraines, he stayed in bed with me for 7+ hours. such a good boy.

Either that or the heat wave we're having got the best of him.

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Old 10-02-2012, 08:09 PM   #22
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My munchkin got the mega-back-to-school cold. Huge amounts of snot and post-nasal drips. Monday he came home from school and said, "Mom, I don't feel so good", followed by "Mom, I missed." Oh joy...

Jack isn't as sophisticated as Ollie. He was more interested in the regurgitated hotdog all over the bathroom floor than offering comfort. Disgusting creature.
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Old 11-19-2012, 09:09 AM   #23
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I tried letting TIllie have free roam early in the summer. She did great, BUT she showed signifcant signs of stress (panting, pacing, etc) for hours after we got home... so I decided it would be best for her to be crated still when I am gone. she is happy and safe and it's what she has come to know...
Kodi is 3 1/2 and he STILL prefers to be crated while we're out.
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Old 11-19-2012, 09:11 AM   #24
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Jack is 2. I would like to be able to let him sleep wherever at night. He still fits in his crate but I think it is a little on the small side. Every morning he staggers out and does a huge stretch. He naps in the open crate all the time.
Kodi snuggles on the bed with me until about 9:00, then he gets down and starts fussing to go to bed. His crate is OPEN, beside the bed, but that's not good enough. He wants me to shut the door!
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Old 11-19-2012, 09:18 AM   #25
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Ted actually barked at me the other night because he wanted to go in his crate in his pen. Didn't realize that it was past his bedtime
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Nina is also allowed more run of the house time. Potty training seems to be coming along. Yeah! I am switching Nina's feed to Taste of the Wild and her stools are normal. She had constipation issues on the other feed. She doesn't mind me cleaning her eyes or combing her face that much any more. Those cow ears have turned out to be an instant cure on the people and furniture chewing.
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Old 01-18-2013, 08:58 PM   #27
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I just ate 10 cookies and a box of macaroni and cheese. And it wasn't kraft. I'm still not satisfied.
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We just recently left Abby and McGee loose in the house when we were going to be gone quite a few hours for a dr. appt. out of town. They did great! BTW, we did try it for shorter times first!!! My neighbor came over and let them out during that time so they got to run around in the yard for a while, too. We put in a doggie door a week ago so next time they will be able to go outside themselves when they need to. McGee runs in and out like a little trooper - Abby has to be "guided" through! We are hoping she will eventually start using it on her own!
I would be afraid if I put a doggy door thst Jack would not come back inside. Jack loves wanting to go outside, but it is tempting, maybe this Spring.
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