I have been in my new home for 3 days. My parents have made sure all my needs are met and are trying very hard to teach me new things, like not licking my staples that hold my hip together. I am learning but they have to put the plastic cone on me at times.
I have been out several times in my back yard over the past few days, and I am trying to learn my boundaries but sometimes get confused. My parents are very patient with me and know I am trying very hard to learn all that they are sharing. It will take a bit for me to totally trust they are there for me, and that they are looking out for my best interests.
The last 2 nights I have spent time in the bed, in my playpen, and on the couch, I am restless, wondering what will happen to me next, my hope is my new parents are patient with me and keep me. So far they have been so wonderful, I have just had so much bad luck.
This morning my parents left me in my playpen for about 2 hours, while they went out for breakfast. I was not sure what was going on even though they told me it was just for a short while, I managed to get out of my playpen, but I did not get hurt or make any messes. When they came home they were very loving and kind, I think they understood I was scared they had left me, but they did not, and I am very glad to see them.
My mom left this afternoon but my dad stayed home with me. Shortly we went out for a walk in the yard (dad is trying to teach me my yard boundaries) then I saw the next door neighbor and had to go over and introduce myself to him. He acted very glad to meet me and gave me lots of kind words and petted me a lot.
I have had a very good and interesting day so far, I am a very happy puppy.
As the rest of the day passed I got to go out again and said HI for the second time to my new friend, our neighbor. We walked and enjoyed the sun in the afternoon. I am getting better about leaving my staples alone, I did not have to where my plastic cone at all this afternoon, it was very nice. I am tired now so I will probably sleep well this evening.