This makes potty training a challenge as I never know if she's just chilling under the window or waiting to go out. We're working on it......sigh
And she's a wee bit stubborn. We've been working on the command "come". She does when she feels like it.......sigh. And we're working on walking properly on a leash. She does fine until she sees a car, a person, a small twig, a stray leaf. A walk around the small block can take forever. It's going to be a real treat when all the leaves fall off the trees.....Not. We're working on it......sigh
She wakes around 6:30am and promptly wakes me by........sticking her tongue in my ear. Gross! Try as I might to pretend it's George Clooney, it's not working. It's just gross!
And although I can't get her to come on command, she will come every time I'm in the bathroom. I love her but would really like to pee without an audience once in awhile.
And then there is the Great Escape - part 2. Thursday night I had to go out. She was alone most of the day and evening until 10pm. From 10-11pm I tried to wear her out but when bedtime came (for me) she was not having it. She ran up and down the bed, tearing apart sheets etc until I snapped at 1:40am. Down to her pen she went. She cried and I went to bed. Sometime later I awoke to a "thump". Loud enough that it required investigation. The clock said 4am. I turned on the hall light and there she was at the bottom step, wagging her tail. OMG, how did she get out of the pen? It's 2 feet high and it's not big enough to get a running start. But somehow, some way she jumped it!! I almost wish I could have seen it but this is what I imagined
When I left for work Friday morning I worried all morning, what side of the one she would be on at noon when I came home. Thankfully she hasn't attempted the jump since.
And sometime in the last few days she has discovered her tail. I've yet to be able to get a video of her chasing her tail but it's hilarious to watch her. And after an exhausting session of this, she is ready to cuddle again.