Lois has been here for a couple of weeks now. She's fit into the household quite easily. I love watching her fang-wrestle the big dogs. She doesn't realize how easily they could squash her. They only outweigh her by 60-100 lbs. That doesn't faze her at all.
She bounces around so much that it's nearly impossible to get a picture of her. Most of them come out as a brown blur. I feel pretty lucky to have gotten these.
She loves the nylabone. Such an avid chewer that the other dogs were intrigued and arguments started cropping up over who would get to chew on it. We now have three nylabones, but Lois likes to hoard them all under the rocking chair.
I wish there was a key to unlocking her head. I'm sure she was loved and had a little bit of training before being given up. She knows how to stand up on her rear legs and beg. What she doesn't know is sit, come, or how to go to the bathroom outside. We've already cleaned the carpets once and we'll have to do it again soon. I'm kind of at a loss as to what to do about this. All the dogs I've had before just got it with very little effort. This one, not so much. She spends time in the crate when we're not home and I know she can hold it because she's never messed her crate. She goes outside as soon as we get home and sometimes she'll pee, but she always holds the poop until she comes back in - no matter how long we leave her out.
Kida's really smart. I wish Lois would learn something from her.