It must take a lot of energy to bark all morning and try to dig your way through gates and dry wall! That dog!
We had a delivery this morning and the guys had to come inside. I knew there would be no keeping Oscar downstairs. He’s figured out how to get out of every gate and barrier we’ve tried to use to keep him downstairs so I asked Vince to let me know they were here BEFORE they rang the doorbell so I could get Oscar into the crate.
It’s funny how dogs are so perceptive and know something is about to happen when husbands rarely can learn that. 🙂 Vince did let me know and I got Oscar in the crate but he barked non-stop for about 40 minutes. The guys were gone by 10 a.m. but let a leaf fall outside, or a board creak upstairs and he’s barking again.
I was sitting and stitching and he hopped up in my chair, crawled under the blanket and slept for about an hour. That’s a first! I would like to think he’s calming down and growing up but I think he’s totally exhausted from all the barking.
When he woke up, he popped his head out from under the blanket and was looking like “What did I just do?”
I love those times when he sits with me . . they just don’t happen enough. I also love that little “bone” on top of his head! 🙂