Well, Sissy has adapted well! She’s very sensitive to our moods, so when one of us is in a bad mood, she’ll “check up” on us. When we are upset, she’ll remain near us. We call her Mrs. Kravitz! ?? She LOVES her dad!??
She LOVES people and other dogs. In fact, every morning, when it’s time to go out, she’ll stop by her sister, Dottie, who is still in her crate, and say good morning before trotting out the door to do her business. She is very watchful and never far from her Bulldog brother, Louie. She waits for him to get down the stairs to go out.
Sissy does have separation anxiety, but with medication (she no longer takes) and pee mats that we put down for the times that we are gone for extended periods of time (family functions and work), she has relaxed.
Sissy eats well! Some table scraps are incorporated into her food to make eating a pleasant experience, but her actual food is Blue Buffalo Blissful Belly. That agrees with her.
Sissy is our Mrs. Kravitz-very inquisitive!
Playing is something she never really got the hang of. She enjoys her surroundings, but actually playing, no.We took her to the dog park for the first time and she was like a shy little kid-she was curious, but hung around her humans. Her bestie is her 11 year old English Bulldog Louie.
As I mentioned before, Sissy loves everyone. She is our WalMart greeter! Every morning she MUST stop and say “Good Morning “ to her older sister, Dottie, who is still sleeping in her crate. Sissy must say “Hello” to everyone she meets!