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Thank you so much for your helpful replies. I realise i am super lucky to have such a lovely dog and i just want her to be happy, and it's hard to manage the situation when you are exhausted! I've been toughing it out as recommended by @greysmom and @HeyRunDog - i have closed the door to the room sharing a wall with the neighbours and going to bed really early so she gets bored of barking before it's too late. She seems to be recovering (emotionally) from the escape and has become a bit calmer, but we are a way off where we were before the night she escaped! @MerseyGrey thank you so
Hi Everyone - i adopted a 7 year old lady called Odie during lockdown, i've had her about 2.5 months and she is so lovely. I live alone so this forum has been a great source of help to me recently as i've brought her home and started trying to work her out! Until recently she slept downstairs, it was never a smooth process but was getting better. Slept on her bed at the bottom of the stairs, cried for a while when i went upstairs then barked a few times, but usually settled down. Wakes up at 6am on the dot every morning. a few days ago she escaped, it was the worst night of my life.