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PostSubject: A day in the life   A day in the life EmptyFri Jan 06, 2023 4:41 pm

A day in the life of our household has changed over the years. Way back when I lived at the lake our day was getting up in the morning and doing a mile before me going to work. On my lunch break I was lucky enough to be able to go home and let the dogs out for play time in the back yard. The lake was great because it had tons of trails of different sizes so after work we would go to one of the many state parks and walk or jog between 3 and 5 miles. The dogs were much younger back then and the miles were very necessary.

Since moving we don't have the trail access like we once did. We are a couple miles from the katy trail now, which is a couple hundred miles of straight flat bike trail that has actually been handy as they have aged but not nearly as stimulating.

While on our trip last year we did manage to coax the old folks through 8 miles of hot hiking in Utah, we don't do the big hike like we used to. Our normal day now is a morning mile and an evening mile as long as it's not raining. They were still willing to get out in the snow of earlier but are starting to be less enthusiastic about hiking in wind.

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The rest of the day is about finding the best place to crash.

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Right in the center of the living room is the spot of choice when we stay at my parent's house for Christmas.

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A day in the life of our house has changed over the years and with a very young dog coming in, its going to change again. Finding the balance between old dogs that don't particularly want to do the big miles anymore but definitely don't want to be left behind, and a young dog that needs the routine of a few years ago will be an interesting challenge.
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PostSubject: Re: A day in the life   A day in the life EmptyFri Jan 06, 2023 5:09 pm

One way we've done it is both of us start out together and then one of us, whichever is most lame that day, take Z'ev home. Of late, both of us have been on the lame side and the dogs are content with short jaunts of playtime on the property while we do necessary outdoor chores - bring wood in, taking out garbage, checking on the bees, getting mail. But, knock on wood, I may be regaining som strength in my right leg and, possibly, possibly, be able to begin short walks. I'm thinking of starting by taking the dogs to Lowes just to shmie
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PostSubject: Re: A day in the life   A day in the life EmptyFri Jan 06, 2023 6:07 pm

My husband comes along for the evening walk and we can break them up for that one and sometimes on the Katy he will come. Most of the time I walk them all alone. I've been contemplating taking all three out for the first mile in the morning then dropping the other two off at the house when they are tired then going back out to run with the newbie. Once they are tired they are less concerned about being left behind. I am hoping this dog will be good for running with. Kenzi is the only I've ever been able to really run with but she's past that now. Fingers crossed this one doesn't have HD like the last two.

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PostSubject: Re: A day in the life   A day in the life EmptyFri Jan 06, 2023 7:07 pm

I miss biking with my dogs. None of the 4 will stay by the bike without pulling me off. Back in squirts younger days she pulled me on my roller blades. But when the kids tried on the ice with ice skates last winter she sat down then got cold and went over to the bleachers.

Something i want in my next dog is to be able to pull a sled up the summit (be even better if its me and sled) and then run down next to it.

Congrats on the handsome new pup. Youll figure something out. Might recharge the older ones into keeping up
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PostSubject: Re: A day in the life   A day in the life EmptyMon Jan 09, 2023 12:40 pm

I'm so tired. It's been a long time since I've been this tired. We picked new dog, which we are calling Kasper, up Saturday around 1pm and took him home for our normal greeting routine. Everything went fine though mine were not interested in playing with him like they normally are. Thinking the incident with the pit has made this process harder than it would have been if we had never tried the other dog.

He has no off switch. I took him and kenzi for what is our standard morning walk route Saturday evening and hubby took Kye with him on a shorter route. After that route I took the old folks and he took Kasper with the intent to jog with him. Newbie is nervous of men and jogging with one was a little much so he had a couple freak on a leash moments and they finally had to just settle for walking. he loves toys so we did some tug games and he had a few bouts of zoomies in the back yard. Mine heavily tried to ignore him.

Saturday morning Kye mustered the energy to play with him for about 5 minutes which now has him thinking every time Kye moves it must be to play with him which now has him on Kye's last nerve as he is constantly in Kye's face. Kye gave him some stern but pretty nice corrects yesterday but Kasper doesn't seem to understand them. He will back up for about a half a second then is right back to being in his face or sniffing him or just in general giving him no space at all. We've been just getting onto him every time he tries to goad them but it is wearing us out. I took Kasper and Kenzi out for our normal morning walk yesterday morning and hubby took kye again on the shorter route. I dropped kenzi off after the normal route then took Kasper for a run. While physically the dog acts tired. His legs will be shaking, he will be panting like he's on the verge of a heart attack and yet the instant he walks through the door he is right back in their face pestering. He won't just lay down for any amount of time hardly. If you get onto him for pestering constantly for a while he will eventually give up but you have to ride his butt for about an hour before he will relent and just lay down. If you can get him to lay down he will eventually fall asleep but he fights it so hard. He seems to have a massive body/brain disconnect.

He has barking tantrums. If the dogs aren't playing with him when he wants them to then he will bark at them. If my husband talks to him much he will bark at him. If we are eating and didn't give him something then he will bark at us. He makes me feel so old.

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PostSubject: Re: A day in the life   A day in the life EmptyMon Jan 09, 2023 12:59 pm

"He makes us feel old." Hah I know the feeling - 6 yr old granddaughter spent the weekend lol!
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PostSubject: Re: A day in the life   A day in the life EmptyMon Jan 09, 2023 6:45 pm

@TwisterII Yep sounds like me and one GS puppy. zeus is constantly in Avalanche's face ... this morning I thought I was gonna have a hurt pup but he backed off for a couple of minutes and was right back in Avalanches face ...

He's kinda shied off trying to play with Sky, she's told him in no uncertain terms that play is on her terms or not at all!

"He makes us feel old!" yep, I know that feeling all too well.

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PostSubject: Re: A day in the life   A day in the life EmptyMon Jan 09, 2023 10:36 pm

I thought of you two today, when I can across this in my
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https://www.facebook.com/reel/572003824286341?s=yWDuG2&fs=e&mibextid=Nif5oz

Yep. Get a puppy, they said. It would be fun, they said lol! lol! lol!
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PostSubject: Re: A day in the life   A day in the life EmptyMon Jan 09, 2023 10:44 pm

At the moment, hubby is trying to configure a replacement DVD player. We have a rather complicated, extensive sound/entertainment system with multiple pieces, connections and then there are passwords to various services. And, it seems there is a world of difference between an upper case J and a lower case j. At least, of your a computer😝 So I have a grumpy hubby at the moment. I'm staying out of his way. The dogs are not Rolling Eyes
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PostSubject: Re: A day in the life   A day in the life EmptyTue Jan 10, 2023 12:40 am

I would almost rather my hubby be grumpy atm rather then the overly annoyingly helpful. Its very unlike him but i also have a crazy bad case of rsv right now. Even my dogs are being clingy.

So yall kept making the old comment but umm people still use dvd players? And i am very familiar too cables everywhere. 2 computers playstation 4 and playstation 5 are all hooked up right now on the 75 inch tv. All have passwords, then thr network and hulu and all the other tv apps and the regular password vs the root password vs the keyring password on the main comp (stupid Ubuntu)

I was ready to throw the comp earlier today. Wasnt the computers fault that our govt cant get anything right. The va web portal works just fine but the redirect to the dod dslogon sends my security settings haywire and then they want all this secondary authentication and some 3rd party authenticator. I looked into it and on one hand its not a bad idea but on the other hand it wants to run counter to everything and i cant run hacked/cracked software with it installed. If i could find one that was very specific and not an all or nothing setup. Im not as much of a pirate as i used to be but that would be like inviting the feds into my personal virtual pirateship that goes by MaNIAc HaX0r.

Im worried im going to lose the old man soon. We had a really bad full day of vomiting friday that ended with a serenia injection. His canine cognitive disfunction is getting much worse amd i am seeing some personality changes. Physically he is really slowing down and gained a bunch of weight without a food increase so i cut it back again. But he is a German shepherd that turned 9 in August
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PostSubject: Re: A day in the life   A day in the life EmptyTue Jan 10, 2023 4:29 am

Ooph - sorry about the RSV. Hope it clears without incident and soon.

People still have DVDs? Yep. Hubby collects them. The Ithaca friends of the library hold a sale twice a year, books, magazines, cd's, DVDs. The last day of the sale, DVDs are 10 cents. (My phone keyboard doesn't have a cents sign.!!!) Hubby not a fan of streaming, for one thing, internet speed not enough to get 4k or uhd. Fort another, you're at the mercy of whatever they chose to stream at any given time. So far we have a collection of over 1700 DVDs. They're stored in notebooks, numbered and I keep a spread sheet sorted alphabetically by title and it's notebook location.
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PostSubject: Re: A day in the life   A day in the life EmptyTue Jan 10, 2023 12:11 pm

I still have a VHS/DVD combo player and the DVDs and VHS that go in it. Supposedly some VHS are worth money but I haven't gone through to check if any of mine are. I have a ton of disney movies. I also have a ton of stuff recorded on blank VHS I've never been able to find in DVD format or digital. My husband has been picking most of our stuff up in digital and it sits on a massive hard drive tower attached to the upstairs TV.

Took Kasper down to the Katy yesterday afternoon and decided we were going to just go for as far as we got for a half hour at whatever pace he chose then turn around and come back. His pace of choice was about 2mph sniffing everything. If he wanted to stop to smell I let him smell as long as he wanted. Trying to get some brain work done. He needs his brain worn out more than his body needs it. He does very well with leave it and when alone he walks very nice on leash. He pulls more with the competition of the other dogs. He reminds us a lot of Keno if he had been on crack. He's gentle, lovable, happy with everything, but gets very excitable. Where Keno was a level 7 excitement, Kasper goes to a 15 very fast. Finally printed out all of Kasper's information to get his microchip updated. The rescue got him originally from Riverside California animal control. He's a traveling man.

He actually slept hard enough to dream last night for a bit.

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Looking at cows. He's seen them closer. He's interested but not currently obsessive.

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PostSubject: Re: A day in the life   A day in the life EmptyTue Jan 10, 2023 3:29 pm

Nice pictures. He's a pretty dog. At my age and disabilities, a dog that likes to sniff is a welcome respite.
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PostSubject: Re: A day in the life   A day in the life EmptyTue Jan 10, 2023 11:45 pm

Funny i have a bunch of vhs and some football stuff on mickey mouse ear reels (16mm? Really not sure, from the 60s or 70s) just no dvds. I have yet to find anything that still exists that i cant find down some dark hole of the internet with 1 exception bit i havent looked on any of the asian sites or channels yet. Ive gotten really into korean horror and ive always been into japanese horror so i deal with fan subs and stuff that may or may not be copyright infringement and intellectual theft. I just got so sick of american horror porn and horror comedy. Everything american is either half a porn or goofy or a freddy/jason/scream reboot.

He is a very handsome dog but i hate when dogs stop and sniff every few feet or in splinters case have to pee on every bush or flower or fencepost.
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PostSubject: Re: A day in the life   A day in the life EmptyTue Jan 10, 2023 11:55 pm

Kasper likes to chase the laser pointer.

https://youtu.be/yvRQ4GnkHzM


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PostSubject: Re: A day in the life   A day in the life EmptyWed Jan 11, 2023 12:46 am

Somebody is being cruel! You gotta let him catch it, at least once in a while.

And what's his award for providing all that amusement - yeh, I heard the snickers in the background.

Really, really cute!!! LOL!!

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PostSubject: Re: A day in the life   A day in the life EmptyWed Jan 11, 2023 5:29 pm

You found something to keep him busy!

Is he getting any better with with husband yet?
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PostSubject: Re: A day in the life   A day in the life EmptyThu Jan 12, 2023 5:58 pm

I need something to keep him busy that doesn't require me every second of the day. he has toys, he has appropriate stuff to chew on, but he just wants to continually bug my other dogs so I feel I need to play buffer but I am so worn out. I'm not getting anything done for work and am getting backed up. We only have one doggy daycare near and it has a waiting list so no clue how long it might take to actually get in a day once a week. I would like to send him on wednesday and hope a hard day of play will have some residual chill thursday and friday to get me to the weekend when I have more time to do structured work with him during the day. We have a dog park near but hard to say when someone will be there and no internet there so I can't just take my computer and work while he plays.

I've looked at some puzzle toys but he will just throw them because that's what he does with everything. So any puzzle toys I might try need to be throwable in a way that they can't be thrown into the front of my china hutch and break the glass out. He's come pretty close to chucking a kong before and I'm going to be way over my tolerance limit if he breaks the glass out of my grandma's china cabinet.

He's better with hubby if he's calm. If he's wound up too much then he just expects someone to chase him and then he's impossible for him to touch. My husband also can't touch him if he standing up very easily. Kasper will go over to him is he's sitting down.

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PostSubject: Re: A day in the life   A day in the life EmptyTue Jan 17, 2023 2:19 pm

If anyone has a puzzle toy they like that won't be ripped to tiny pieces or turned into a flying wrecking ball I would love to hear them. This dog needs some mental work but he has a tendency to pick things up and throw them and I don't want something that will end up breaking out the front of my china cabinet if it goes sailing.

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PostSubject: Re: A day in the life   A day in the life EmptyTue Jan 17, 2023 4:18 pm

I'm watching this! Zeus doesn't throw things that much but he does like to "kill" stuff. He has permission to chew on an old pair of sandals and he's hit the patio door with them a couple of times, so far, so good!

Oddly, he's found a couple of the kitty toys (from when I had kittens) and loves chewing on them. Looked around for "dogs and catnip" and supposedly it calms them down ... but in my case NOT ENOUGH! @TwisterII you might consider looking at some of the larger cat toys, they're normally soft (so shouldn't break glass.) You have a picture of that cabinet in the video, is it really curved glass? Lot's of luck replacing that if the need arises! Nice cabinet!!

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PostSubject: Re: A day in the life   A day in the life EmptyWed Jan 18, 2023 12:26 pm

It is curved. I used to see these cabinets in flea markets back years ago but haven't been seeing them as often. I was worried about it in the move and was thinking if it did get broke I would probably have to buy another and rob the glass from it. This one was my grandma's and is a different color than I've usually seen so just getting rid of it and keeping the replacement wouldn't really be an interest to me.

He is a killer of stuffed things too. I gave him a little soft mat for his crate once and was gone for about 2 hours and he was laying in a pile of stuffing despite having multiple other toys in the crate with him. I have a tough duck that is made of canvas somewhere. Chewing in general doesn't seem to wear him out much. Seen where some people lay a towel out, place a few treats in the towel and then roll the towel up and they get to try to figure out how to unroll the towel to get the treats free. I'm hesitant to let him think he can mess with my towels though.

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PostSubject: Re: A day in the life   A day in the life EmptyWed Jan 18, 2023 12:53 pm

Is also be wary of towels - you don't want string cotton pieces gumming up his intetestines Would a jolly ball keep him busy at all? I've seen people who found them very regarding. Ami? Nah. Maybe 30 seconds and then he just looks at it and me. Unless it's prey, here's not interested.
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Daycare is going to be our saving grace for a while. The cost is more than we want to do very much but he's a while different dog energy wise after. He did his first day Thursday and was asleep within 20 minutes of being home. He didn't move the rest of the night. Our normal routine has been 2 mile morning walk and 3+ in evening depending on how much he's interesting in smelling versus walking. With this routine he was still needing to play ball for around an hour after morning walk to finally get him to chill until around 2pm for the next walk, which meant I couldn't actually do any work which wasn't going to be sustainable. I do have to do my job. After daycare the morning walk was enough to get him to lay around through the morning without the extra play. Kye would play some with him around lunch time then he was down again through the afternoon so I could get real work done. We are thinking about biting the bullet and sending him Tuesdays and Thursdays at least until he's older and a little more even keel.

I also got a pass to the dog park and we tried that for the first time yesterday. Much less successful than daycare. We were there about 40 minutes before anyone showed up and who did brought a big walker hound that immediately tried to eat Kasper. Not the dog experience I really want him to have. A little after a gal brought a little poodle that liked to play with Kasper but she thought he was going to squish her dog so she took it to the small dog side to play by itself. Kasper wasn't squishing her dog, he was actually being super gentle with it but whatever. Doggy daycare, great. Dog park, jury still out.

There's a kye in there. This is kaspers new thing if he can't get kye to play he falls in his lap and rolls around trying to get any interaction he can.
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PostSubject: Re: A day in the life   A day in the life EmptyWed Jan 25, 2023 8:24 pm

Dont underestimate the power of small dogs. Ive seen splinter take down spider. Usually she lets him but sometimes when things get too rough someone lets out a yelp they calm down for a second and its never happened.

Poodle people are funny. They act like what they have isnt a fiesty hunting dog. Even minis if you go back far enough started as standards.

But no joke there was a local great pyr that was shredded by a group of loose chihuahuas because the owner was convinced they were too small to cause damage.
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PostSubject: Re: A day in the life   A day in the life EmptyYesterday at 11:44 am

The daycare takes pictures of the dogs each day for facebook. It's a little update for us owners throughout the day and lets people who are thinking about daycare for their dog get to see a peek of the environment a bit. This is ultimately how I settled on sending Kasper to this daycare. And their process was much easier than the one in JC. A little disappointed. Someone's dog had a birthday on Friday and they brought in treats for all the dogs and had a party. Kasper doesn't go on Fridays so he didn't get to partake but he would have loved it if he had been there. Even put little party hats on the dogs. The folks that run this place really spend active time with the dogs and they get desensitized to a lot of handling.

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Action shot of Kasper and others getting ready to take that poor black dog out.

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