Sasha Yellow Labrador Retriever Female 6 Years Old

Sasha is a 6 year old spayed female that is utd on shots.
Sasha, AKA Peanut, is continuing her journey from breeder dog to loving pet. The transition is going very slowly, but she is working on it. yellow Labrador Retriever
She did go through her spay, a bad tooth extraction, and an array of shots. All of that went well and she is recovering nicely!
She is able to get up the three steps into our house from the yard. The first few days took a lot of coaxing and treat bribery, but she did hesitantly come up the steps. She still needs to get a little momentum to get up, but she usually comes running and then slips and slides as she hit our wood floors. Speaking of wood floors, she really hated walking across our kitchen hardwood (they are laminate). She would only put two feet into the kitchen and peer around the counter to see what was going on. Sasha has now conquered that fear. Still not sure about stairs to second floor, but she seems like she wants to know what goes on up there, mostly at night.
She will now eat the food that her step-sister eat. We used only dry food and Sasha had no interest what so ever in that. We did get some soft food and mixed it in. She would eat around the crunchy part and just get the chunks. After her tooth surgery, we had to soak the hard food, and she would eat it all. She is now eating only the crunchy stuff. She also takes treats very gently and sits for them along with her food.
She also finally decided that her bed is better than the hard floor. Only took a week, but she now loves it.yellow Labrador Retriever sleeping
We did get her box of goodies, but we have been so busy getting my Mom settled in her new place that she has not gotten her chance to go into it. We will do that over the weekend.two yellow Labrador Retriever
Well, that is all for now. Cannot wait to see what the next few days have in store for Peanut!

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