June 26, 2009
He supposedly had fun at the boarder. But he came home a tangled mess, so I immediately took him for a shave-down the next day. Maybe that was too much. Maybe dropping him off with strangers a second time set him over the edge.
He keeps doing this hacking thing, almost like a seizure. And he hasn't barked in two days. Normally he's perched in front of the window to bark at anything he sees, but not a peep since he's gotten home. He hides, and won't make eye contact.
Our dog has always been weird, but not like this.
Seriously, I want my Charlie back.
I'm never leaving him again.
He's been switched!
Or maybe it's the same old Charlie but you've been switched and he's waiting for the real Sarah to return from Vegas.
Seriously, the "hacking thing" sounds scary. As if you being sick weren't bad enough. I hope he - and you - recover soon.
Posted by: Amritas at June 26, 2009 05:06 PM (2eQQr)
Ike doesn't appreciate it, but he's boarded enough that he takes it in stride. He used to sit on us and be glued to my leg when we brought him home, even if it was only an overnight!
One thing that has changed a lot about Ike is that he used to HATE the car. We had to corner him, grab him, and throw him in. Then we boarded him once. Then he realized the car meant he was going with us and not being left behind and now he loves to go for rides.
Dogs are weird.
Posted by: airforcewife at June 26, 2009 05:17 PM (NqbuI)
Hope all is back to normal soon!!
Posted by: rc at June 26, 2009 05:30 PM (89qJF)
Posted by: Sarah at June 26, 2009 07:45 PM (TWet1)
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Posted by: Amritas at June 26, 2009 09:07 PM (2eQQr)
Maybe he's just p-o'd he missed out on the saucy shows and bacon?
Posted by: Guard Wife at June 26, 2009 10:51 PM (UIGsI)
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Posted by: tim at June 29, 2009 07:58 AM (nno0f)
We had two visitor puppies over the weekend, one old little one and one little young mini dachshund who has not been neutered. I wanted to do it myself because he just kept after my little lady Yorkie, who has been spayed, every single minute. My son in law finally swatted him with a newspaper he was reading. It didn't hurt him but got his attention and he let up a little. Of course that was two hours before they left. Our Sally had a bath first thing this morning because he would just grab her hair (it is more like hair than fur) in his mouth and pull her around the room, getting her all slobbery and dirty. But she enjoyed the running around and chasing they could do when outside. She is only 14 months old so she needs a playmate occasionally.
Posted by: Ruth H at June 29, 2009 01:57 PM (KLwh4)
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