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Cha Cha Greets Stephanie


Last night, as we were driving home, I said to Stephanie “She sure is quiet. I’m not sure I like that. I prefer my puppies to be busier.”

The old saying goes “Be careful what you wish for, you might get it.”

We got home, Cha Cha figured out how to go up the stairs. Then she proceeded to chase the three cats around the house, attack Stephanie’s shopping sack, and jump on the sofa. In my office, she opened the puppy toy bag, and emptied its contacts.

I walked around the block with her to tire her. We then crawled into bed - Stephanie, Ted, Cha Cha, and the three cats. Cha Cha wormed her way underneath the covers to a spot between Stephanie’s feet. It must have been too hot down there, because soon she worked her away out of the covers to a position on the pillow above Stephanie’s head.

At three, she started whimpering. We stumbled out of bed and went outside. Instant pee! Went back inside, and downstairs so we wouldn’t wake Stephanie and the kitties. Crawled into bed. Same pattern emerged. Submerge under the covers, then reappear and rest on the pillow and nearest human head.

Off to visit the Vet later today. Will try to take photos.


so do all your new puppies sleep in bed with you and not in a kennel? If so for how long?
Aaron (Email) - 11 05 05 - 08:25


I am softening in my old age. I NEVER used to let the puppies sleep in bed with me. I broke down and let Buffy spend a couple of nights with me, then did the same with Cha Cha. Only a couple of nights, though. Then it’s off to the kennel at the foot of the bed.

Ted (Email) - 13 05 05 - 05:08

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