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Marlee2
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   Posted 5/10/2009 7:55 AM (GMT -7)   
I got a new puppy yesterday for Mother's Day. I k-n-o-w,  am I a glutton for punishment or what??? We have Krissy potty trained and over a lot of the horrible puppy stuff and I'm starting over. shakehead
 
She is a 8 week old Shih tzu with the sweetest little monkey face. I think her eyes are going to be green and her little nose and mouth are a pretty brown. Haven't decided on a name yet.
 
Krissy is not too thrilled yet but she really hasn't played with any other dogs. The puppy tries to catch her but she runs away.
 
So wanted to let my fibro family know that I'm officially certifiable. shocked smhair
 
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   Posted 5/10/2009 9:17 AM (GMT -7)   
Awwww...puppy!!!!!! Shih tzu's are soooo cute, too. I have a neighbor who has two of them and I smile every time I see them out and about. Adorable!

Yes, you might be crazy (puppies are so much work!) but I don't blame you. We get so much love and joy from our animals, sometimes it's hard to resist bringing in another one!
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   Posted 5/10/2009 9:32 AM (GMT -7)   

Aww...that's neat!  They will be fast friends before you know it!  It's a lot of work for a little time...and then a lot of love.  Enjoy her.

By the way, is this the mod who said she would NEVER get another dog again?  devil I know I can't live without a dog either.  So "Hurray" for you!

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   Posted 5/10/2009 11:20 AM (GMT -7)   
I've got my Zeus-y last Oct at 10 moz and 75lbs, he's my baby, granted now at 17 moz and 103lbs, he's more of a puppy than I had expected. Couldn't live without my animals (2 cats too) they keep me sane
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   Posted 5/10/2009 3:13 PM (GMT -7)   
Sometimes it is the needs of the animals that gets me going in the morning. I'd be a three hundred lb. lump if not for them making me get up to deal with them. Has been so for many years, now.

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   Posted 5/10/2009 5:51 PM (GMT -7)   
Marlee,

I think that this is fantastic. I bet you were so thrilled to get the puppy. And maybe you are crazy, but you fit right in here. Join the crowd...

I have two dogs too.

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   Posted 5/10/2009 9:07 PM (GMT -7)   
Yes, you are out of your mind but who isn't?

It is hard to say know to an adorable puppy but it will bring you so much joy you will wonder why you waited so long.

I admire people who can train dogs. I never could.

Have fun.

Donnaeil

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   Posted 5/10/2009 10:58 PM (GMT -7)   
We have a shi tzu and she is the most demanding dog ever! When she was a puppy if you were on the phone she would bark until you hung up. Now, she won't even go outside by herself. If you let her out and don't follow her, she stands at the back door and barks until you open the door. She pretty much thinks she rules the roost. Unfortunately for her, I think my 3 and 9 year old's have first dibs on that one! Enjoy your new puppy! :-)

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   Posted 5/10/2009 11:29 PM (GMT -7)   
Marlee,

Congrats on the new baby! I have a suggestion about what to name her. I think you should name her "Kasey." That way you'll have "Krissy" & "Kasey." This is just a suggestion-the name "Kasey" just popped into my head! smilewinkgrin

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tyno3
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   Posted 5/11/2009 3:43 AM (GMT -7)   
It's 7:30 AM I just woke up. Still in agony, still no meds. Have to drive 60 miles to docs, then 60 back till I get some relief. My two dogs think, minute 1, I'm up, it's walk time. I can barely move. From somewhere deep inside I have to find enough strength to walk to neighborhood park. Wish me luck.

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   Posted 5/11/2009 5:31 AM (GMT -7)   

You haven't lost your mind completely, at least not yet! My girlfriend got a Shih tzu and then weeks later got a Pomeranian and they have become great friends. They play and wrestle all the time.

Have fun with the new, little furry addition to the family!

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   Posted 5/11/2009 6:53 AM (GMT -7)   

Marlee!!!

Congratulations! I don't think you will be sorry! Yes, more work initially, but I think once Krissy accepts the pup, they will be always engaging in play and you get the pleasure of watching them play! Sure, you also get to pick up the poops, take them to the vet, but there is so much more to them that that, so much more, as everyone else has said. Now about Krissy not wanting to play. Each time we have brought another puppy into the house, the current dog has turned their nose up, for AS LONG AS TWO WEEKS! And I believe that is their way of showing they are alpha. You know dogs are pack animals and packs always have an alpha. It might not take as long with pups as young as Krissy and pup, just a warning. Just let them be. Krissy may growl and just walk away, it's her way of showing this is HER house and SHE will decide when the pup is accepted in.

Ahhhh, the puppy stage...needle-like teeth...arms shredded!!! toes being chewed on! Getting up in the middle of the night!!! Ah, no, I don't envy you this stage, but I know what is coming and that is a whole lot of heaven for you. Such joy they will bring you. You will feel better, no doubt, your adrenaline will be pumping, along with endorphins kicking in.

Like Tyno, I also feel if it weren't for my dogs, there would be days I'd probably not have left my bed, this I know for sure. They give us a reason to get up and going, whether it's taking them out for a walk, or a play in the yard. I simply can't do that walk any longer first thing in the morning, I just can't and I finally have figure out ways to exercise my dogs without taking an early walk. Thank goodness, I do have a yard. I still walk them, but it's later, when I can manage it.

Anyway, not about me!!  Good luck and MAZEL TOV!!!  So happy for you!

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Marlee2
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   Posted 5/11/2009 7:33 AM (GMT -7)   
Yes Sherrine, I'm the one that said, in my grief after losing Brandy, that I would never get another dog and here I am with two. shocked Since I'm allergic to cats I'll become the crazy dog lady. devil
 
 
Of course we have to have a fancy registered name for her which is Mystique Angel cause of her beautiful unusual eyes. But I think we will call her Tiquey or Tiki.
 
Krissy is not warming up to her as I had hoped and DH said she snapped at her a couple times this morning before I go up so I hope I haven't bitten off more than I can handle.
 
Cindy, Krissy is the one that won't go out by herself unless we leave the door open.
 
They are my therapy dogs. I don't have to walk them first thing in the morning Tyno cause we have part of our yard fenced in but Krissy makes me get out and walk her even when I don't think I feel like it cause I feel guilty if I don't take her for short walks several times a day, weather permitting.
 
My dad was a dog lover that enjoyed training cattle dogs so I guess it is in my blood. We all have to have something to distract us from the pain and keep us moving.
 
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   Posted 5/11/2009 9:51 AM (GMT -7)   
Marlee, give Krissy a chance. She's simply put out because she's been #1 all this time. She's also letting Tiki know she is the alpha in the house, at least within the dogs. You will have your hands full, for at least a couple of days. I would not leave them alone when you can't supervise, not until Krissy accepts Tiki. Believe me, I witnessed the transformation when my 4 year old Golden went through it, when we brought in an 8 week old Golden pup. The 4 year old refused to have anything to do with the puppy, for TWO entire weeks, would walk out of the room, just lie down and sulk. I was so upset, thought we made the worst mistake and actually we wanted another dog for company for HIM and here he was so upset, but all of a sudden, at two weeks, one day, it was like something switched on inside him and he said OK...from that moment on, they never stopped playing. They were the BEST of friends, slept together, ate together, played together. Give Krissy a chance. She'll turn around.
You know, I too had a Bichon and those little guys have quite an attitude. My little Herbie had me wrapped around his little paw. When we had company and someone sat in a chair that HE liked to sit in, he would bark at them until they got up, and then he'd jump into the chair, all happy. He would begin to whine around 2:30 in the afternoon, wanting dinner and not stop until I fed them bewtween 4 and 5...oh yes, drove me nuts. I'd tell him to knock it off, and he would, for about 15 minutes, and then start all over again. Spoiled brat!~ Gee, I wonder who spoiled him???
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   Posted 5/11/2009 11:16 AM (GMT -7)   
Well, hello all; again: I did survive the seven AM walk. It was a short one, no off leash this morning. My big girl, definitely alpha, 13 years young, can be trusted off leash, but the younger 2 yrs. he forgets himself and runs, and runs and runs. Since he used up all my discretionary spending money this month by deciding a bite of porcupine might be tasty, he is on lease except weekends when no-one is around that early in AM. We have a little fenced off area behind the house, only about twenty feet by eight feet, and when I'm feeling so bad, as I have been these last three days, sometimes that's all the out I can give them unless my son's around. (He cleared out for a few days when I started going downhill three days ago). Better all around. Probably back tomorrow when he's spent all my food money. Dogs, eh?  Much easier. So, I survived my ordeal to the doctor's office. I got chewed out for missing my referral to the rheumy, apparently, the call went out right smack in the middle of my nightmare move. I broke down in tears. I was feeling so bad already, and then to hear that, well it set me to bawling. Which seemed not to impress the doc one bit. If only they could walk our walk for a brief time, to see how hard it is keeping everything together, we have no control over events whatsoever. The emergency room doc apparently, nearly killed me with a medicine he told me was a muscle relaxer. It was not. It was an amphetamine. It was prescribed for costochdriasis, he clearly stated "it's a muscle relaxer". My GP took one look and checked my blood pressure numbers which were 198/121, on average. This is what the medicine did to me. No wonder I've been feeling so bad. What has all this to do with dogs, well, nothing of course, see I've also lost my mind. I bought a bumper sticker: I took the road less travelled and now I don't know where the h---, I am. Fitting.

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   Posted 5/11/2009 12:34 PM (GMT -7)   
Oh Tyno, you have been through so much lately! I do hope you are now on the mend.

Seems to me that female dogs are always the alpha dogs, at least in my experience, my females were always the more aggressive dogs I've had. Now, I'm down to two, and they are both males "fat, dumb, and happy" lol...well not fat, but you know what I mean. They are much more laid back. Sure, they have their moments...
I used to take my dogs to the woods for their off leash walk every, single morning for over two years. That was a few years back. Boy did they love it. I did too, something about a walk in the woods. So darn peaceful, being one with nature, until, of course, one of the dogs decides to take off after a critter!! Again, I hope things turn around for you very soon,
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   Posted 5/11/2009 1:39 PM (GMT -7)   
How adorable Marlee!  You have good taste in dogs.  I think they are beautiful.  Probably more work than I want, but a friend of mine is raising toy chi wa wa's (sp) and she brought one to school one day in her purse.  It was so adorable and tiny that I told her I wanted one out of the next litter.  I don't know what was wrong with me at the time, but it was so tiny I just fell in love.  They are so sweet.
 
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   Posted 5/11/2009 3:45 PM (GMT -7)   
Dear Miriam: It has been quite an ordeal. We ran out on our lease at the house on the water, May 6. So From about mid March I began hunting a place for May 1st. That would allow me lots of time to move, gradually, or so I thought. Well, as things don't usually work out as we plan, it took forever to find a suitable place, in a suitable location for both my son and I as he will be starting Truck Driving school in June with some luck. Cross your fingers for me, will ya. There is a fair ammt. of work available in truck driving way up here in Nova Scotia, as many of the drivers are older and about to retire. The impression I got from the school was that it should be no problem for him to get in, as there aren't that many seeking the trade. So, now, we wait for funding. While we wait I have to come up with funds to support him. I can't seem to get him to look for work, it's like, he thinks it will mess up his funding. So, since the porcupine ate my moving money, and my son's upkeep is eating our food budget, I had to move, jeep load by jeep load, altogether about twenty trips. Then, I had to clean the mansion we were leaving. As I was doing this I developed unbelievable chest pains. Off to emerg, I went. There they ascertained it wasn't a heart attack, so the doc wrote me a prescription for what he said was muscle relaxers, since it was the muscles around my heart that were inflamed. Instead, unbeknowst to me, it was a really strong amphetamine, I couldn't sleep, I figured I should be sleeping really well, thinking it was a muscle relaxer. Then I started feeling really odd. Like anxiety and pain beyond belief. That went on for three days, untill I ran out of the darn stuff. All the while, I was moving into a house where the previous tenant had left all her stuff. She just disappeared, so I thought something happened and she maybe was moving into a furnished apartment and so I seriously downsized my stuff, giving stuff away. Well, so here I am living for a week on top of all her stuff, finally got things arranged so as to be able to function somewhat, and lo and behold, she shows up with a truck and two men and starts throwing my stuff everywhere. It was incredibly stressful, beyond belief. I have 100 year old bone china, etc. which I was frantically trying to protect. Somehow, in the middle of all this chaos, apparently, I had an appointment with a Rheumatologist which I'd been anxiously awaiting, and didn't get notified because I was in the process of moving. It is now my fault, how can you explain all this to your doc who is peeved because he thinks I was careless, negligent, whatever. So, now, here I sit, like after a hurricane, (I have been in 6 hurricanes and 1 tornado), dazed and confused broke and discouraged. Thank-you for the kind words. 

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   Posted 5/11/2009 4:14 PM (GMT -7)   

Mystical Angel sounds like a great name.  She will probably get along fine with Krissy and they will make great friends.  (oh boy - did I get the names right?!!)  eyes It is always easier on them when they have friends whenever you have to go somewhere.

Best of luck in potty training and keeping your shoes "unchewed"!

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   Posted 5/11/2009 10:29 PM (GMT -7)   
How wonderful Marlee!

I just love those little snuggles you get from a puppu when you hold them up to your face....little nibbles on your ear and puppy breath. What is it about puppy breath??? When they get older it's nasty enough to curl your hair, but when they're tiny that puppy breath is so sweet.

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   Posted 5/12/2009 5:58 AM (GMT -7)   
O Chutzie...the "golden" years...when our babies begin to lose their sight, hearing, their mind, hips go bad, they begin to leak when they rise...gee amI talking about our pups or us!!! Serously, I just went through what you are going through now. We just put down our 17 year old puppy, Cassidy, and she had all that I just listed, for several years. We did what we could for her, and then some. I know she had a great life. It's just hard on us, watching them slow down. I wish you well and good times with your "girl".
By the way, there is NOTHING better than puppy breath! I think it's intoxicating...yes that's it...that is what forces me to go out and get more puppies when I can't even take care of what I have!!!! :)
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   Posted 5/12/2009 8:29 AM (GMT -7)   
Krissy is doing pretty good with her now. She wasn't too happy this morning when she was on my lap and Tiquey, who learned to use the stairs to get on the couch in about two minutes yesterday, came up to get on my lap. But I expect some jealousy from Krissy. They were both on the couch with DH and I last night and Tiquey was determined Krissy was going to play with her, she has no fear of anything. So this little, probably less than 2 lb puppy, is swatting at this 11 lb dog. Krissy was swatting her back but I was afraid she would hit Tiquey in the eyes with her toenails. It's hard to believe that just 6 months ago Krissy was the same size Tiquey is now.
 
You know Brandy grew older during the time when fibro was slowing me down the most so I didn't notice the changes in her as she slowed down and her hearing slowly was going as I would have if I had still been energetic. When she did get really sick she went really fast. It is hard to watch them age and you know the end is in sight but I also know that all us dog lovers give them a great life. Brandy never wanted for anything and never suffered in anyway and I'm sure these two girls won't either. I feel like a horrible mother for locking Tiquey up at night and hearing her cry. I laid in bed last night trying to figure out a way to put something around our bed so they can both sleep with us without Tiquey falling off.
 
Tyno, I pray that things settle down for you and you will have a very long stretch of boring in your life. That's what I said after my great grandson was born, now I want to have the most boring life possible for a long time. I hope your son gets in that school and it's just you and the dogs to worry about, well your dad and step-mother too of course.
 
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   Posted 5/12/2009 9:39 AM (GMT -7)   
Marlee, do you have a nightstand next to your bed?  When Sabra was tiny, I put her in her crate and put the crate on my nightstand.  I could stick my fingers through the mesh and stroke her paw, etc., and she didn't feel alone.  The first night she cried but then she got used to that.  She slept in that crate until she was 9 months old.  Then I felt she could get on and off my high bed.
 
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   Posted 5/13/2009 2:51 PM (GMT -7)   
Dear Marlee; Thanks for the words of encouragement. I had a root canal this AM and it was the easiest thing I've done in twenty months. What I struggle with, the most, is how nobody (but my fibro family) has any idea of all that ins involved to taking care of two medically unsound, old folks. In two different institutions (Thank-goodness for my Dad's sake, his wife is making me crazy). A brain tumour is nothing compared to her conniving, whining, and trying to stir up trouble. She wants so much, all the time, a great big empty hole screaming to be filled, but never is it enough. I am living on $200.00 a month over my rent being paid and my medical and dental being taken care of. That system doesn't allow for anything beyond the absolute necessities. I am filled with gratitude. I have so much when many have so little. However, I cannot, not account for a dime. Then somehow, as the nursing homes and ambulances and trips to hospitals, and specialists come due, everybody turns to me. I gotta get that dusty ole printing press outa storage, I guess. Should I print US or Canadian loonies? We're all loonies up here anyway, it's the 10 months winter of isolation in Siberia, kinda. Except we can get to see a doc on 72 hours notice. He might not be a genius, but he can usually get us some relief (unless he accidentally gives you speed when you have serious hypertension. Luv ya's

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   Posted 5/14/2009 8:53 AM (GMT -7)   
Tyno, my mother was in a nursing home for three months after a fall that broke her arm and leg before she died from a pulmonary embolism and she was not the easiest person to get along with so "no" I can't imagine dealing with someone like that month after month. She died in Jan 2000 and my health was not that bad yet.
 
I can't remember, does your step-mother have children???
 
My girls are getting along fine and playing together some so I feel that getting Tiquey was a good thing for Krissy. Daddy said they put on quite a show for him this morning. Everyone needs a BFF and they will have each other for the rest of their lives.
 
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