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Jaxson Did Not Impress Grandma

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My in-laws live out of state and visited us last week.  Jaxson loved them but he was a little too excited to show off for Grandma.  You see, we don't get too many visitors to our condo because it is a very tiny condo.  It is only 438 sq feet.  It was the first time that Jaxson had anyone besides his Mom and Dad in his "den".  He just had to show Grandma how he could fly from the bed and basically into her lap.  :gmark  They loved how loving he is but I think the flying through the air is why we did not get an invitation to stay with them the next time we go "home".   :flip  It is probably for the best because I am not sure how he would act in a normal sized house.   


Patty,

Mom to Jaxson 5/12/2017

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I don't see the problem :lol:


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It would be fun to see how he would react if you let him loose in a larger house. You sure have a tiny condo. Our house is 1600 sq feet and sometimes it seems too small when the cat goes crazy and starts racing through the place.


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18 minutes ago, FiveRoooooers said:

I don't see the problem :lol:

Totally agree. Plus, a smaller house just means that the love is more concentrated 😍


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Jan has it right on all accounts!!!!  :lol

At one point, we had 4 greyhounds of our own, a seizure dog foster, and four cats in a 900 sq ft house!!!!  :youcrazy And, yes, we do have a big yard, but it's all about managing the energy and interactions!!!


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I think Jaxson likes the small place because we are all in one room. I was a little concerned before we adopted him but he came from a kennel, so he has never known a big space. It might have been harder if he had come from a home.

When we adopted our first greyhound, we had a very large house. One time he got running so fast that he busted through the drywall. :wow  Jaxson can't do that but it did look like all four feet were off the ground when he jumped in Grandma's lap.


Patty,

Mom to Jaxson 5/12/2017

Forever in my heart: Joey 11/01/2007 to 12/06/2018, Scout 11/19/2005 to 07/15/15 and Jack 01/03/2004 to 06/11/2011

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I think the only square footage that hounds really care about is the sofa/dog beds.  And lap size.  :)  


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