JJ is becoming a social butterfly of late. She will snuggle on the bed with her foster daddy. She is happy to have us home and does well in or out of the crate. Considering that recently she was left out accidently with tons of wedding prep things all around and she had no interest in any of it.
She is so much more social than when she first came to visit us here. She is waiting for her forever home very patiently. In the meantime, she takes regular walks in town and loves anyone who wants to pet her.
She loves the river, loves rides in the cars, and likes stealing whatever warm bed that has recently been vacated, much to her foster brothers' and sister's dismay.
She has no interest in getting on the furniture, even though the live ins here show her how to do it all the time, even as I type this.
JJ listens well. Comes when called. Loves her toys, will play with stuffies and the giant tennis balls, but the minute the video camera comes out she acts bored with the whole thing. She is finally getting the hang of this whole retired thing, and realizing what it is like to be a spoiled greyhound. I think she quite likes it.
This lil girl has come a long way since first walking through our door. First, we get to run the ceiling fans and not have her cowering in the corner. She still doesn't feel entirely comfortable with them, but she is adapting.
She has learned that in this home with 3 other hounds, that everyone gets a snack or 2 or 3. So she no longer tries to take our finger off in competition to get them. JJ sits like a lil lady till one is put in front of her nose before she takes it gently.
When we comes home she gives us love nibbles just like foster sis Lyric, because she wants attention and love. Everyone must get their pats and rubs and she waits for her turn, sometimes with a bark here and there because hers isn't happening fast enough.
She loves to play with Houdini and Lyric in the back yard they will run together barking and tiring themselves out. JJ knows our senior boy Salty isn't playful and she leaves him be.
She loves her stuffies and will chase a ball but hasn't quite got the bring it back part down yet. She runs around with it, then drops it.
We have moved her crate from the bedroom to the dining room, but she no longer feels the need to stay in it all day. We crate her when we leave, but we let her sleep in our room at night and she does fine.
She really is coming out of her shell and is a very happy loving girl. We will try to add pics or video soon.