Millie Black Labrador Retriever Female 7 Years Old
May 2, 2019
Millie had 3 teeth extracted yesterday and is on meds and a soft diet for the next week.
April 25, 2019
Millie is still working on house training. A few perfect days then a bad day. She also marks when entering a new place.
She will be having dental surgery on May 1 for some extractions.
She really tries hard to please and just collapses when she is reprimanded. Lately she has been jumping on the couch next to her fur brother when she gets in trouble.
April 19, 2019
We are still working on Millie’s house training. She does really well and then has a bad day with accidents in the house. She got her microchip and her heart worm test yesterday and the vet noticed she has a broken canine right down to the pulp. I will be looking into getting this removed. All the vet techs fell in love with her. They can’t believe she’s almost 8. They thought she was a puppy. She continues to try to warm her fur brother’s heart❤️
April 13, 2019
Little Millie is coming along very well. She’s eager to please so training is moving along. No more accidents in the house. Learning not to jump. Her fur brother is playing it cool but I can tell he enjoys her company. At night she’s been grinding her teeth while sleeping.
April 10, 2019
This tiny girl is coming along! First night was spent in the crate and she was quiet as a mouse.
After a full day at the beach she howled for an hour when I put her in the crate. So, I allowed her in my room and she slept all night on the dog bed. Housebreaking is coming along well. Accidents happen less often. She tries very hard to please. She is learning to sit and stay for longer than three seconds.
She now has full roam of the house as long as I keep the trash can in a room with the door shut. She gives her fur brother an occasional lick on the face. He’s playing it cool, but I can tell she’s growing on him.
The split picture is from Monday when she first came into foster care and then on Tuesday on the beach.
April 8, 2019
Welcome Millie! I picked up this sweet little breeder mama yesterday. She has been extremely busy checking out the house and everything in it! We are working on house training and not jumping up on me. She is a tiny little girl at just 55 pounds. We gave her a bath which she hated.
She is very Velcro. Her fur brother continues to give me the hairy Eye as we are used to having only seniors in the house. She doesn’t do steps yet so you can see where she chooses to sit.
Looking forward to getting her some exercise and we will take her to the beach tomorrow.
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