Sandy has come to stay for some tlc post her op - she had gone in for a spay but the vets discovered she was infact already spayed - bless she still has to recover from her GA bless her.
Sandy came home from the vets to mine last night, quite excited to be in a home, enjoyed a good explore of the house and garden, did her business outside and has proved to be housetrained ever since
She's a bit skinny so I'm giving her 3 meals a day to try and build her up - she LOVES her food and bolts it down so out has come my bowl for fast eaters to try and slow her down ! Sandy is excitable and full of youthful exhuberance but shes also gentle and very sweet. Sandy can use her mouth in her excitement but knows she has teeth and never does any harm and will stop as I calm her down and even more so tonight so I think its a case of settling
Sandy is excellent at sit and does so the moment she see's her food bowl
Today she came to the kennels with me as Friday is my walking day - I wrapped her up nice and warm and she rested in her crate in the car as I walked some of the woofers - then it was her turn and she was excited to be out, some ragging of the lead initially but soon calmed down and she had a lovely walk out with new girl Olive being walked by Charlie - once she's settled she is a very easy walk, gentle on the lead and responsive to her name
This evening she has been really nice and chilled, earlier preferring to lie in her bed after her dinner ...
And just now she's jumped up on the sofa and is snuggling next to me, all her over-excitement gone and lovely and chilled, nice to see her properly relaxed
She's also discovered my toy box and had ebjoyed a play with several of the toys