Last night I made it to the gym, even though I desperately wanted to go home. But I wanted to finish strong on going to the gym 4x/week in April. I didn’t feel tired after working out of course, so when I got home I stayed up and obviously ate ‘supper‘ (which I’m so not going to tellÂ you what I ate. hehe) and hung out with the pup.
I ended up going to bed at 9:00 with the poor puppy only being out of his cage for 3 hours last night. Mind you, he was up at 4 til 4:30 (A.M.) with us, and then again when I got back home from the drive to Toronto airport, and then again at lunch for a half hour. But I needed my sleep and I still felt guilty for keeping him cooped up in the crate. Needless to say, he was excited this morning. I should take another video of him and post it on here. I’ve never seen a dog act so happy before to see his cage. He literally bounces off four of his legs at the same time and flies high into the air when he sees his crate come out of our bedroom and into the living room for the day. He also loves his bed time. Crazyness huh? I guess it’s great to keep him on that sort of schedule where he goes to bed between 9 and 10 every night lol. When he knows it’s dark outside and I take the crate back from the living room to the bedroom he cries really loud and wags his tail and bounces. I pick him up and as soon as we turn the corner into the bedroom where he can spot his crate, he wants to jump out of my arms and he flies into his bed. Where he then whimpers and sulks for a good 10 minutes until he settles.
Is that not weird? lol At least keeping him on a schedule like that isn’t making me lose my hair and think about hair loss prevention!