Having a puppy is fun, they’re so sweet and innocent; wanting to learn everything they can. They want to play play play, then sleep and repeat.
However, they are a lot of work, and you need to be committed to the whole experience- the house training, teething, whats a chew and what is not, when to play and when to snuggle; they are counting on you and will show you nothing but unconditional love.
Oh Soph, her teeth, her little razor blade teeth. Having a soph is like having a small dragon in your house; teeth of doom, claws that dig into your soul- no matter how often their trimmed. She is a whirlwind of energy and whizzes through the house like a hurricane; playing, throwing, and jumping on everything in her wake. Though she is small, she really is a big personality in our household.
But we would not trade her for a single thing, and teach her as much as we can along the way; She’s our little dragon dog.
Let me tell you the story of an escape so great that humans were left tired and annoyed.
Hi Soph here, I am a fairly clever hound if I do say so myself.
Just the other night, in the dead of night, not a peep could be heard- well except for my human dad’s snoring. Everyone was sound asleep. But man oh man did I have to pee!
I figured I would just let myself out, no one would notice. I stuck my paw out and lifted up, oh sweet success. Poking my head out and looking around I was on my way to getting out for a pee! Slowly and quitly I snuck up on the door in the darkness.
Upon reaching the door I realise, how the heckle jeckle am I going to get outside?! Well I guess I’ll have to just summon the human with my wonderful potty bell, oh wont they be so surprised to her that!
Tired and groggy my human dad stumbles out of their cave and towards me. He was pretty shocked to see me ringing the potty bell. With a chuckle lets me out and then back into my my little cave or “house” as the humans call it. All peed out, and snug as a bug in a rug, I sleep soundly through the rest of night.