We are working on helping Greta have a sign for going outside to relieve herself. I am trying bell training and am not quite sure if it is working or not, but she comes when she hears it. I haven’t done bell training before, so I have a few things to learn about it too.
She hasn’t had an accident for over a week. She has had only a few accidents in her month here and all but one of these were right after her spay surgery, but I feel that she was a bit disoriented then.
Greta is now sleeping in our bedroom on the floor or a dog bed with our other dogs at night. She started out in the crate at night while everyone got to know each other. She does eat in her crate and she is crated when we leave the house and that seems to be going fine.
She spends much of her day at our feet under one of our desks. So, she would like someone who is home part or much of the day. We continue to work on crate training and believe it is important for her to feel safe there, and we think she does.
Greta is a sweet and gentle soul. She will make a great addition for the right family!