jdb1 wrote:Sorry, Klonny, I didn't know you were the Dog Dream Monitor.
What do you make of the one where I dreamed that Robert Mitchum climbed out of my TV, singing?
Garbomaniac wrote:One thing I recommend is to get a dog with a laid back temperment. Don't get a barker, or a jumper.
Garbomaniac wrote:Well, Alison, they get along great, now. But, when I brought the puppies home my cats DISAPPEARED for two days. They said, "What the HECK?" I was very afraid they wouldn't come home, but they know where the gravy train is. It took three months for everyone to finally settle in, and settle in they did. The dogs kissy-kissy the kitty's faces and the kitties take it, and they all lie down together on my lap, which makes for an EXTREMELY heavy load (four animals, but hey are all the same size). I take it as long as I can, they I dump them all on the floor to find their own beddie. Usually, I escape to the computer; they have to fend for themselves then! Ha!
It is quite a chore introducing a new animal, but like everything else, there comes a time when they don't know that anything was ever different. One thing I recommend is to get a dog with a laid back temperment. Don't get a barker, or a jumper. You can pretty much tell when you see them if they are quiet or loud, sleepy or jumpy. All of my guys are very sleepy, so that helps tremendously.
Birdy wrote:I do have the filthiest garage in the world but it gets cleaned from time to time!
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