Do not be deceived yes my puppy is rather gorgeous but she is also very mucky! Those eyes might work their magic on you but what comes out the other end is not quite so pretty I can tell you!!!
When she had not quite mastered toilet training she left a sizeable and extremely smelly “present” on the carpet… just one of the many gifts she has left us, along with my chewed trainers, a destroyed coat and half a sock. Socks are actually her snack of choice, but she is not fussy...
She eats just about anything, crayons, little bits of LEGO, pieces of rubbish, plaster from walls, you can just begin to imagine the consistency of her accidents now! I do not even think the word gross covers it! We had to take her to the vets to see why she had such explosive recurring diarrhoea with fetching flecks of different colours, which later turned out to be from the crayons, of course!!!
Our carpet has not yet recovered from the incident with the puppy! I am always a little apprehensive having her anywhere near soft furnishings at the moment. As a rule she is improving but you never know when the urge might take her to leave another package for me to clear up!!! What’s worse is when she does decide to go she does not settle for one particular spot but leave lots of little dots everywhere.
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