A dog, a checkbook cover, and a bit of separation anxiety

Oliver has been with us for three months now and he continues to surprise us. He has been left alone all day during the day, has never peed in the house, and is generally pretty well adjusted, or so we thought. Now that he gets to spend his entire day with his dog sister, Frances, and his “for the time being, stay-at-home” mom, he gets a lot of attention. But is he getting too much attention? And if so, what does that mean?

The other day, Shelly had the gall to hang out in the basement while two guys were attempting to install a new washing machine. She left both dogs upstairs together so they would be out of the way. Well, Oliver heard Shelly’s voice and freaked out a bit. He wanted to be with her. So, he did the next best thing in his mind. He found her checkbook with the leather cover and ate as much of it as he could before Shelly came back upstairs. Needless to say, he didn’t learn any lessons from the eyeball incident and we’ve yet to see any evidence of said checkbook.

At least he didn't eat any checks ...

At least he didn't eat any checks ...

  1. #1 by Lori Flynn on February 9, 2009 - 3:11 am

    This is hilarious – and I can relate so much! Annie is generally really well behaved for all that she has endured in her short life. The one thing that she has issues with is confidence and separation from me…. She does not like that at all, and seems to have expensive taste. She does not chew the Target flip flops – she chews the Havaianas.

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