Even though Tasha is often anti-people coming into our house, she did extremely, extremely well when we had our house-warming party on Saturday. We even had her on the ground walking around once she adjusted with almost no problems until she got too tired to function and then, she started barking at the sky. After everyone left, she slept all day Sunday with her blanket over her head, shutting the world out.
At the party, we did have one incident, but no one was in danger. After one of our guests put her outside in the fenced in yard for a bio-break, she somehow ended up at the front door a few minutes later, sitting there nicely and waiting to be let in. I don’t know exactly how she got out, but there are some locations in the yard that I knew she would figure out how to squeeze under eventually. Luckily, our dog is a homebody and doesn’t like to be too far away from us. Is this a win on the dog training front?
On Monday, LD took Tasha for a two mile run and this morning she didn’t want to leave the warmth of her crate. She usually rushes out in the mornings, but today she just kind of stared at LD as he opened the door. She did leave the crate on her own terms, it was just a lot more sluggish than usual. Maybe the pup has had too much excitement recently.
For those of you that are wondering, fantastically, adorable videos like this one happen when Tasha is extremely tired: