Daisy has been "mis-behaving" in the evenings. She's really good during the day while we work in the office. We take her out for several 1/2 hour walks during the day. She'll follow me around the house when I leave the office. She's a total delight to have around.
BUT - when we sit down on the couch in the evenings, she turns into Havasaurus Rex! She digs incessantly at the couch cushions, tries to jump from the couch to the coffee table, wants to jump down off the couch (we lift her down in case she needs to potty) then wants back up. When we stop her from digging the couch, she invents a new game of snapping at our hands. I've been turning her on her back, growling "NO", and holding her down until she stops squirming. She gets back up and starts all over again. If we're really frustrated, I put her in "time-out" in the sunroom for 15 minutes and then bring her back out.
It's pretty hard to watch a show on TV with all this going on
so the evening isn't relaxing...
But after a 45 min - 1 hour struggle, she turns back into our sweet, affectionate Daisy and lays on the couch chewing her Bully Stick.
Any other Havasaurus out there? Any ideas?