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  1. Petunia and Bella waited until the hottest part of the day to go sunbathing.
  2. ... Daddyman. Note the eye that is watching Daddyman from behind the blanket.
  3. This afternoon with the front door open enjoying the breeze. Tonight since dinner - 3.5 hours ago. Edited to add the bed fail in front of me at the moment. Occasionally there's a little growl of contentment.
  4. Note the really quick stinkeye when I tell her she can't tear the toy at about the 50 second mark.
  5. We are running into a repeated issue with Petunia deciding to statue for long periods of time on our walks. She was a fantastic walker on our first few walks, and only statued on those for a couple of minutes. I assumed that she was statuing to be able to stand in the sun since that's where it typically occurred, and she would eventually get moving. The problem is getting worse instead of better. I've had to call DW to bring the car on several occasions because she was still in same spot after 15-20 minutes and absolutely refuses to continue. Once we got home, she refused to get out of the car twice. (Do the words "stubborn old broodie" come to mind? ) We had to leave her in the car with the windows down for about 30 minutes before I finally picked up the seat sling and lifted it until she had no choice but to stand up and then get out. Today we tried our walk with a new 2 Hounds No Pull Harness which gave me much better control of her, but we still ended up calling for the car when she flat out refused to continue. There were workmen at the house where she stopped and she was determined to go see them instead of walking. She was not happy that I could move her along much better using the harness, but it also just made her dig in even harder. I've never had this much trouble walking any dog, and like I said, she is a great walker when she wants to be. She is excited when walk time comes around, but the freezing and statuing starts almost out the door and happens throughout the walk. I was looking at this thread from Victoria Stillwell and will try the approach to push her from behind to get her to walk instead of pulling her or circling, and treat her when she actually complies. I'm wondering if others agree that this is the way to break the problem. I can find no physical reason for the statuing like a corn or pain etc, and it often occurs in the same spots when she knows we are getting close to the end of our route, but also occurs at random spots. Thoughts? Tricks to outsmart a really smart broodie?
  6. Petunia is excited for the big game! (It's a gray, rainy day in Phoenix) Trolley is adjusting her antennas to make sure we have a clear picture.
  7. The Amazon man showed up this morning and he had a box for Petunia. I will be curious to see how much junk mail she gets now that her name is in Amazon's database. Hey Petunia - You have a delivery! It's from Lexie! Mom says I have a Sisser-in-law named Lexie. I don't know what a Sisser-in-law is, but I like her already. Hey - it's talking to me.... She's not so sure about this.... Something tells me she will learn to play with this at about 3AM.... Thank You Lexie!
  8. The girls are all here this morning while their moms help setup the local GPA picnic. It's just the girls and Petunia's Daddyman having their own wild party this morning. Snickers Petunia Trolley driving the guest bed in the guest room - "You woke me up to take a picture? The nerve..." More wild times to come.....
  9. Rocket did this all the time when he was sleeping. LMAO Sorry for the big Pic. Imgur isn't cooperating.
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