The ‘into everything’ stage


Don’t let that little innocent tilt to his head fool you. Guinness is easily bored these days. When he’s bored, he finds something where there is nothing and proceeds to destroy it.
Empty cardboard boxes.
Old rugs.
Random pieces of wood.
The grill cover.
Hubby’s new slippers.
Nothing escapes his notice, but imagine my surprise when he decided to rip up the blanket insulation in one corner of our unfinished basement. I was concerned because insulation contains tiny ribbons of fiberglass (Get the glass part?). Then he began to throw up and quit eating for a whole day.
Emergency trip to vet.
Anti-nausea meds
Overnight vigil
So far so good. He’s hungry and very active today. Of course, I’m wiped out, but hey, the dog is better.

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3 Responses to The ‘into everything’ stage

  1. Cat Schield says:

    >Oh, poor puppy! What a miserable experience for him and scary for you. And he looks so adorable, you can't even be mad at him.My best friend bought a puppy in August, an adorable Yorkie. She was showing me the missing chunk of dry wall in her kitchen thanks to Miss Muffin. They really can get into trouble.Here's hoping Guinness gets over the stage soon!


  2. Pam says:

    >Glad your puppy is better! We had a similar experience with a puppy several years ago; the good news is he was fine in the end. Happy New Year!


  3. >such a handful but definitely adorable and lovable


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