Puppies eat anything is certainly an understatement when it comes to Daisy. Unless she's kept in her crate 24/7, she going to get into something she shouldn't.
Author: Lisa Cameron
The recovery collar is gone, the confinement is over and the hell raising has begun! Last night Daisy's vet gave the ok for her to resume to normal activity. I'm not sure he realized what "normal activities" for Daisy are. No sooner did the collar came off, the zoomies came on. Four laps around the … Continue reading Free At Last
But it's certainly not by choice! At 9 months it was time to be spayed. We dropped her off at the vet the night before. The house was so quiet I almost couldn't stand it. I worried the following day until I heard surgery went well and Daisy was doing great. She could be picked … Continue reading Growing Up and Settling Down
It was a week before Christmas. I had all the presents and they were wrapped, food was here, I was ready.... except for the tree. At 6 months Daisy was a complete terror. She was into everything she could possibly think of and she was very creative. Greg and I decided it was probably not a good … Continue reading Puppy’s First Christmas
Daisy's lessons started right away with housebreaking being first. She also started learning come, sit, stay ... all of the standard puppy things. She's smart caught on quickly. Since she could only be in her crate for a limited time, we took advantage of it and got her used to the truck. I put a "go … Continue reading Puppy Lessons, Socialization & Exhaustion
Life as the cats knew it came to a very abrupt halt. It's amazing just how much a 6 lb puppy can disrupt a household!
Since I've been around dogs all my life, he couldn't believe I never saw a Beagle pup.