Actually Mei this thing with the waterbowl kinda happened all on it's own. A couple of months ago he drank the rest of the water out of it and started playing with it. When he got it in his mouth I praised him abundantly, took the bowl and filled it again. This went on for a couple of times, he would scoot it further and further, praise, and before I knew it he was dumping the water and bringing it to me for the praise in the living room. That's when I made the fatal mistake of praising him even more and telling him thank you for the water on the floor I needed to mop anyway. Now he floods the kitchen floor for me and wants praise for fetching the bowl and then for watering the floor. He will stay right there and help me mop. The bowl anymore is only filled 1/4 full. He's my boy! He is so big now he plays bulldozer with Jeb. They will be running full tilt and Lucas will get his head under Jebs hind end and toss him in the air. I have a couple of pictures posted of him doing just that. 7 months old and bigger and heavier than everyone but me.
Hi Mei, not to worry I know you are a busy woman. The kids will remember you, one thing they never forget is the person they love the most. I was separated from one of mine for four months, I was told she found a strategic spot on there acreage that she could observe everything and would stay in that spot all day watching for me. When I finally got back they had her and some other pugs in their quest house, I came through the door without her knowing. I called her name, she stopped what she was doing immediately, took just moments for it to register that my voice was very familiar, she turned around and looked at me and was in my arms in a heartbeat smothering me in kisses. I was the only one she would ever kiss. She was beyond happy as was I. What a wonderful reunion. You will have the same with your two. I am so glad to hear that you have something on the horizon that will re-unite all of you, this news does my heart good! Please keep me informed on how this next meeting with your loved ones goes and of course when you are finally back together for good.
Hi Mei, I'm really pulling for you to be able to have a happy ending to this bad time with the kids and the other people. I can't imagine a Pug desturbing someone that much to do this. At best their bark can hardly be heard thru closed doors and walls. I'm sad for you.
Mei, this is horrible news, why can't they just let well enough alone. Those kids aren't bothering them, can't be that much of a bother. Why be so mean. If they had human children and they cried at night, would other people complain and tell them to get rid of their children, how would they feel. My heart goes out to you, I hope you can find a way around this and be reunited with your kids. Another place to life perhaps? For all of you.
HI Mei, haven't heard from you for awhile, just checking in to see if everything is okay with yu and the kids. Getting really hot here. They kids wanted out at the hottest part of the day yesterday, the boys went right to the marsh area and plopped down on their tummies. Malia went into the shed, very hot in there, she didn't come right back out so I went in and turned the AC on for her. Checked on them about 10 minutes later and they were all in the shed stacked on top one another looking out the door with the rest of them in the cool air. Lucas is getting sooo big. 13 weeks old now and is just about as big as his Mom, still has a bit to go to be up with Jeb and Walker. Nothing much happening here other than HOT. Toodles!
Hi Mei, he is going to be an angel/monster for sure and certain. How is Dinky doing with the eye? And Toto? I'm going to go to the Vets today and see what they have in the way of baby formula, he is sooooo big that Malia is starting to have a difficult time keeping up with his demands on her. Last night she came into my bedroom, got me up and took me to her room so I could pick him up and put him back into the 'nest'. I think she tried to carry him into my room to be with me but he is so big she can no longer carry him. This morning she had a good portion of London Broil steak, hot off the grill. For lunch she shall get the same with I think some home made french fries. Have a great day!
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