Hey everyone, it’s Shaz checking in.
I have had a few busy days. On Sunday we worked in the gardens so Clohe and I were put on tie outs while FM did some yard work. It was a beautiful day and I did just great supervising the project. It was so much fun to watch the neighbors working in their yards.
Yesterday I was invited over to the neighbors to play in their fenced yard. FM wanted to know if I would retrieve so off we went with a couple tennis balls. I loved the freedom of their huge yard and I ran up and down their hill chasing FM. But retrieve? NO!! I guess I am not too sure what she wants me to do with that. Maybe I can learn from another dog but of course there is no guarantee.
I still have free roam of the house and I have proven myself trustworthy. FM leaves and tells me she will be back. When I first came here, I was frantic and would try to leave with her. Now I know to just wait and she will return. Don’t get me wrong. I love to go in the car but I know she has to go some places alone. Not sure why.
Remember when I told you we were moving into the bedroom to sleep? Well that lasted for about an hour. I could not figure out why FM and I were not camping. FM got tired of hearing my collar clink from being restless so back into the campground we went. I like that just fine! So if I come to live with you, it would be beneficial to show me where I will be sleeping all the time because I guess I am a creature of habit. I could have gotten used to FM in bed but we did not want to keep FD and Clohe awake by my restlessness. I do not like dog beds. FM has a flannel mat with foam in it that I absolutely love. I sleep on the carpet as well.
They also are saying I am probably 2 years old based on my teeth and eyes. This has come from many a vet. The good news is you get a young dog that is mellow and calm unlike most my age. People cannot believe how sweet and well mannered I am. FM calls me her little treasure. She tells me I am very Velcro. HUH?
Well, gotta go. FM is getting ready to go to work and I have to be sure to be at the door to say good bye.