I picked up Zoey yesterday!!! She's doing so well thus far with house training, knock on wood. After a very playful morning, she's now snoring softly on her blanket. Boston Terr.iers have kind of long legs in relation to their body, and she has a slight baby fawn look when she hops around and chases me, or her ball, or her rope toy (yeah, she likes to chase!).
It's a big adjustment getting a puppy, as all you dog people out there know. My whole "routine" is just blown up. I'm trying to get comfortable being the "pack leader." She looks to me for direction and is constantly following me everywhere. I have to be careful not to trip on her! She's so smart and energetic; I can tell I'm going to want to get some more toys very soon!
I can't just jump up and do this or do that without some forethought about her. She needs pretty constant supervision right now. One funny example: I'm always setting down and misplacing my glasses, so now I have a little shadow as I go back and forth all over the house trying to track them down. It definitely emphasizes the chaotic waste of motion! lol
But I welcome the shake up. I'm smiling and laughing a lot and completely enjoying the affection. She's going to be part of my family for a long time. Without further, ado, here's... Zoey!