Yeah, yeah, I know, I've been out of touch. I've had to work overtime correcting this new pup. Gotta watch him every minute. It's exhausting, so I have to sleep more too. I really really have to do this hard work because Jack has worked his magic on my humans. They say they think he & I will be okay together and the little puppyhead is going to stay.
They may say “I” decided, but that’s only because they are interpreting my tolerance as acceptance. So I give you the evidence, you decide.
Here is our first “group” picture:
Do I look pleased, or what? See my “happy ears?” Neither do I. I’m only sitting there because I am a good, good, girl & I listen to my humans when they threaten me. (I’m no fool, I know who passes out the treats.)
He's still a pain in the butt. He kept running off with MY squeakies, so instead of punishing him, you know what hu-mom did? She took HIM to the store & he got a brand new toy that he won't share with me! I told him ALL the squeakies are mine, but he looks at me and says "not this one!"
He even took it outside with him. He hasn't even figured out how to make it squeak, dumb puppyhead. I'm trying,...I'm really trying, to smile through all of this!
That Jack also took over one of my favorite sleeping spots and spend most of the day like this:
Another annoying thing he does is that he follows Hu-mom EVERYWHERE! I mean EVERYWHERE! But probably the most annoying thing of all is that he is so darn cute, he has that "puppy face" humans melt over. OK, I'll give him that, he is about as cute as they come...
So I decided (because I am wise and can see the writing on the wall)Jack can stay.