Shaylah’s puppy Bentley is very cute.
He seemed to have a very rough go of it the first week with our family.
I think he missed all his siblings and his mama.
But now he’s settling in very nicely and no longer whines a lot. Which is good because I was about ready to go have him vet checked to see if there were other issues going on!
We’ve never had a whiny doggie before, so this was a first for us!
But the secret to keeping a puppy TRULY happy? Bones. REAL bones. Not fake ones. They especially like big bones, like knuckle bones!
Chew, chew, chew, it’s what puppies do, do, do!
Bones will seriously keep your puppy happy for hours a day.
Being in a small town, I was unable to find bones ANYWHERE though! I couldn’t’ believe it! None of the shops do their own butchering, so I had to wait until we could get to the city. Then I was finally able to get Bentley some bones.
And now, he’s a perfect little angel.
Well… just about…
He’s pretty much perfect except he’s a little ‘lazy’.
This is what he does mid-run, ALL.THE.TIME!
He simply stops running and tucks in his front legs to be dragged along. You won’t even know it’s happened until you look back, and there he is again.
I have a feeling it’s a corgi thing.
And on a totally unrelated topic…
I want to know why homeschoolers who wear denim skirts have gotten such a bad rap online over the years? I’ve seen negative comments made in regards to this. lol
I’m a homeschooler, and I wear denim skirts ALL.THE.TIME. I like them! I realized just how much I like them as I was unpacking my clothing after this move. I believe I have 5 denim skirts of all sorts of shapes.
I also like my cute boots, and think I wear them together well.
So :p to those who ‘boo’ denim. It’s here to stay. In my world anyways.
And if the reference was only to denim ‘jumpers’, then boo to that too. I actually have a couple of those as well.