Announcing a new pack member. A furbaby. We will call her Simba.
Simba is a rambunctious puppy. We had been slowly looking for a small dog that doesn’t shed much with a calm disposition. We saw this girl’s photo on the internet and within 24 hours we drove the 7 hours to pick her up.
I know what you’re thinking and you are right. Tiger and I need to work on the definitions of “slowly” “small” “shed” and “calm.” But in our defense, life as special needs parents means flexible thinking!! Simba has been quite the addition to our family. Truthfully, it was already so chaotic she’s not disrupted the norm.
She’s a good dog with some bad habits. We have 12 yr and 11 yr old GSDs who are wonderful and predictable. Their spirits have been broken over the years and they are submissive easy going happy old girls (Monster and whatshername). Simba is a puppy who takes ever opportunity whether she’s allowed to or not. 😳🙄 nothing is off limits. So we have our work cut out for us!
The boys absolutely love her and she is kind and playful with them. That’s really all we could ask of her! Just Love these boys as much as we do and we will work through the rest of it. Welcome to the family Simba!!
Dog bowl?!? (Throws dog food out of bowl)
Mom, this is obviously a toddler potty.
We’ve started the potty training thing again but this time with Roar. Actually, he started the potty training thing. Having a brother five years older that wasn’t potty trained until almost 4 makes this uncharted territory for me and Tiger.
Meet Monster. Monster is an 8 year old German Shepherd Dog who devotes her life to her humans.
Sometimes Cub just needs to be with someone who wants nothing from him. That’s where Monster comes in. She demands nothing from him. She doesn’t touch him or talk to him. She doesn’t want his eye contact. She doesn’t need to hear “I’m sorry” in order to forgive and forget when he hurts her. And she always wants to do what he wants to do, no matter how strange.
Monster must live forever, that’s all there is to it!
Notice the dog under the table hoping the floor hits the floor. It’s a proven method.