I can’t believe it’s been several weeks since we met my mom to pick up the newest member of our family. But it has. And let me tell you…it’s been an interesting few weeks filled with hilarious moments and frustrating ones. In that time, we’ve grown to love this little face. And how couldn’t we? Look at it!
I never knew one tiny puppy could pee and poop so much. I swear she’s a machine. A VERY efficient machine.
Aside from her abundance of bodily fluids, I’ve found that she’s a cuddler. And that’s not a bad thing. She is quite the lovebug, as you can see. She loves to curl up against you and sleep.
Don’t let her cuteness fool you, though. She is a hellion! It’s like having a toddler in the house. A toddler who gets into every single thing and will chew anything in sight. In fact, she tries to steal my underwear from the laundry. *shudder*
Not only is she an underwear thief, she’s also a living, breathing neck warmer. And as sweet as it is to know she loves me that much, it is EXTREMELY hard to work with her draped around my neck.
Seriously, after a couple of minutes my neck and back start hurting. And since I have issues with my neck and back because I work so much on the computer, it’s not the best idea to have a dog wrapped around my neck, even if she does only weight 7lbs. soaking wet.
One of the things I really wanted to share with you that we’ve learned about our puppy is that she has a really strange fear. No, it’s not a vacuum. Although, she hates them too. It’s something much, MUCH sinister.
Seriously, this is what scares her. Yes, it’s a loofah. My mom and dad bought me two for Christmas and when Zoe saw them in my hand, she freaked out and started barking and walking backwards.
And when she realized there is one hanging in the shower, she stopped going near it. She now hangs out near the toilet and waits until we hide the loofah before she’ll move.
Do we have the only dog with a weird fear? Please share what your dog is afraid of below.