She’s gotten a lot better now that we crate her whenever we can’t watch her every move :doh: hmmm, should’ve done that to begin with, eh? Our other doggie, Emmie, our angel, has crate fear (she mutilates herself) so we can’t crate her, but she’s really good just being confined to the kitchen. So we just figured we’d do that with Katie too. Another :doh: And that’s why I have to replace all the baseboards and door frames before we ever attempt to sell this house.
I can’t even tell you how many times I’ve threatened to send her back to the adoption group we got her from! Besides her chewing, she has food allergies (but we didn’t know that originally) and kept getting sick. Plus she had a bladder infection when we got her that no one knew about and that was making it really hard to house-train her. Yikes, what were her former owners doing to her? I have a sneaky suspicion she may have come from a puppy mill :crying: Now that we’ve gotten her straightened out health wise, she’s been really good…except for the chewing…but she’s still a puppy, so I keep hoping she’ll grow out of it.
but i her to death!! she’s mommy’s baby. my favorite thing is when she jumps into my armchair with me and lays her head on my shoulder and falls asleep. aaaawww. she had me at “woof”