|Indy snoring in his crate.|
Indy is very food driven, and should be fairly easy to train in the basics of household behavior. I hope. However, with the kids in the house, and dog treat biscuits, there seems to have been a problem. The dog treats disappear faster than the dogs could possibly be stealing them. Thus I suspect an involvement of Monkeys.
|All three resting together.|
I re-crated him afterwards, noting that it was likely to be a long night. It was...Up again at 11:30, after which I elected to sleep in the living room with Indy (easier to clean up if necessary due to laminate flooring not carpeting), and then up at 1:00am with him, 3:30am with the coffee pot, 4:00 when DH came in for coffee, 5:00am when he left for his morning ride, and finally at 6:00am when he came back and then departed for work. So much for my sleep cycle that night!
Endosorb was administered overnight, and food restricted all yesterday, made for an unhappy dog! But, by dinner yesterday, he was ready for a pot of soggy rice(help increase hydration) with a chopped up hard boiled egg. Fortunately, the Endosorb seems to have helped, and I was able to set up a better bed for myself last night in the living room, to keep an eye on him overnight. That way, I'm the only one who gets woken up. All part of being Mom, I guess.
|New Dog and the Diva.|