Jay Posted May 17 Share Posted May 17 Our 4.5 little girl grey is about 2.5 months off the track. The past few mornings her behavior has changed. My girlfriend and I keep the morning routine relatively the same. We wake up around 6:30-6:45am take her on her walk at 7am she pees and poops on the morning walk and then we come back home. The walk is typically about 15-20 minutes long. We then feed her breakfast at about 7:45-8am. Then my girlfriend and I go through our morning routine by making coffee and breakfast for ourselves and hang around the apartment relaxing before we start to getting ready for the day around 9am. I work from home and my office is connected to the living room with no doors and I can see the entire living room from my office. So I will sit at my desk and start to slowly work while my girlfriend is in the bedroom and bathroom getting ready for work that she commutes to. During this time at about 9-9:30am our grey usually will lay on the couch and sleep or lay in the bedroom and watch/sleep while my girlfriend will get ready but the last few days our grey will start to anxiously pace, cry, and whine. She will sometimes also paw at the door that we leave to go outside through. We will try to calm her down by giving her some attention and some pets but she will lay there and anxiously "talk" to us. So we think maybe she needs to go outside. When we take her out she does not pee or poop she will just walk and sniff and then when we get close to being back on the street where our apartment is she will lead us back home. Once she gets home she will drink some water then lay on the couch and sleep. My girlfriend and I are kind of stumped on what is going on with her and we speculate what it could be but we are really not sure. Like I said before this is a new behavior for her and besides these last few days she has been fine the last couple of months and has never really had behavior similar to this. Please let me know what you think and maybe what we can try to help her out. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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