Thank you Gabriel. This actually brought tears to my eyes. He's come so far in the almost year we've had him. He's not nearly as afraid as he was. And he's become, "almost normal".Originally Posted by gabriel;2758070;
He is very loved and has become more secure. We still see flashes of that insecurity and fear, but they are fewer and farther between now.
And he's brought us so much joy and laughter. He really is a funny dog. And the things he does are just too funny.
I was sitting on the bed yesterday and he was sitting behind me. He is as tall as I am when we both sit on the bed. I was trying to put on socks and he kept trying to lick my ear. I am very ticklish so when he'd do it, I would hunch up my shoulders and laugh which just encouraged him more. I almost never got my socks on as my ear was unprotected if I did. So when he got tired of that, he just turned around and started hitting me in the head with his tail.
Trixie, Rosie was mad. First of all it makes her mad when the boys have fun and they were definetly having fun. And she really hates snow and cold. She kept going out and looking at it expecting it to be gone everytime she went out and would look at me like: "You have NOT cleaned this mess up yet!"
Queenb-I'm sorry to hear about Rocky. In the excitement of the snow (sorry, we are a bunch of Floridians who are still excited by it), I forgot to post that I hope he will be ok. At least he has you to take care of him. I've learned sadly, that many pet owners just don't care and don't seek help or treatment.