Oh the poor baby. Ours got much better as she grew older, and of course became the biggest love once she was secure and certain in us. She never, ever bit anyone, but whenever she felt threatened or trapped, like at the vet, she would revert to bush dog and go out of her gourd in panic. 70 pounds and she would ram herself around into the walls trying to escape the “danger.” Our vet mercifully came out to the car once to remove some major surgery stitches with her in her back seat, where she felt safe, because that was so much easier on her than putting her through getting her in the office. (both our dogs from that little island developed similar cancers, we found the place we were working was littered with toxic waste, sigh.)
Knowing Georgia’s background and training, this must be drawn straight from real life! Love it!
You can youtube him. He also had a little squirrel that rode in his chest pocket!
asthma here too. I literally dreamed of being an artist and have dabbled in just about all the arts, and found I am totally useless in all of them, chuckle. However, oil painting was a no go for the fumes. But then they came out with water based oils with none of the toxic smells. So yeah, about a hundred tubes later you still won’t be seeing any PDD originals hanging anywhere near you! LOL.
We had a dear dog from an island we worked on who was abandoned as a baby in the bush, so essentially a feral puppy. When we got her at about 9-12 weeks, she had a long wound all up her little belly. She had actual night terrors, she would scream and writhe in her sleep. her separation anxiety was so bad, the first night we tried to leave her to just go out to dinner, she destroyed her crate and then the room we were staying in.
Just offering, apologies, it might not have been just a dream. He may be having pain that he can mask while awake by just being quiet (or grumpy) but maybe not so well when he is asleep.
In case you didn’t see the later comments yet, the book is “Lad, a Dog.” A classic not read much anymore.
I think have the seen the actual Yeti like twice, and that was early on. In my head I call it “heart and brain.” I gave up following though cause the posts were so sporadic.
Ooh, and ended the cold war, freeing the eastern block.
Don’t forget: invented recycling, cleaned up the air and water, pushed women’s rights, and invented the internet! :)