The boys do not approve of daylight savings. Even Toven, who is usually sitting on the back of the sofa or waiting at the bedroom door for me to wake up… And poor JP! After our walk I let him get up on the bed and sleep (where Toven couldn’t get him!). He was out. When I went to get him so I could leave, he groaned and went straight to his crate.
I worked a lot of extra hours last week so I could only work 17 hrs this week. It’s like a vacation! Every day I’ve come home at 2 and gotten to snuggle/nap with JP. Today, I even let Toven join us (I have to be careful with T, sometimes he’d rather bite your toes and knock things off the dresser than settle down and snuggle). There is nothing better than laying in bed with a cat and a dog laying on top of you while reading the last 40 pages of The Pillars of the Earth. Bliss!
I found a facinating tumblr called yourdogisnotawolf. I am amazed that people are actually trying to pass off huskies, malamutes, and german shepards as wolfdogs! I had no idea that was an issue (and I had no idea that there were people with so little dog experience that they actually believed them!). The problem is 1) immoral “breeders” (who charge a premium for their fake wolfdogs) or 2) owners (“I own a real wolfdog it’s not as hard as they say it is!”), mostly.
Human behavior is just as interesting to me as dog behavior. I would love to get inside the head of someone who’s calling their husky mix a “wolfdog.” How many of them have been duped? How many of them say it to be cool? How many of them are just ignorant? I’m facinated!