Not that kind of adventure. We're currently too poor for that.
This is our new adventure.
|Photo Credit Dog Orphan Photographer.|
She's the reason we can no longer have nice things.
She appears to be completely house broken. She loves people. Other dogs, not so much. While we've made baby steps in progress (they can get close enough to sniff now) she gets nippy if they move too quickly. The weird part is it's only some dogs, others she could care less about.
She has never liked toys, and has no idea what fetch is. Being a dog who can never be off leash, it's not a good idea to teach her either. She has found two toys that occupy her time. One is a rope with a ball at the end. She plays with it by herself mostly, hitting herself in the head. The other is a Kong activity toy that gives her treats. She basically trashes it until she gets the salmon treats out, then leaves the rest for the ants.
She was treated for heartworm, a prevalent condition for strays down south, and will be getting her nails done tomorrow as they have gotten quite long. She struggles with the hardwood floors. The shelter she's been in is fantastic, but they can only do so much. She has dark red fur and hard callus on her elbows from sleeping on the concrete for so long. We're working on softening hem up...
She loves Netflix-ing with Youngest, and begging for food that she can not eat. She'll apparently do some really sketchy stuff for a Klondike bar...