See… now you have "two" children to raise... only difference is one has four legs...gggg and the four legged one never "grows" up.... Basenjis think they are Peter Pan for life!!!!
Peter Pan for life , that is soooooooo true. Who wants to grow up anyway? What a geat thread, makes my life a little easier to put up with. I will smile for hours over this…....Thanks
I actually have bilateral vestibulopathy which basically means my inner ear balance mechanism does not work in either ear. This leaves me with poor balance especially at night and a thing called oscillopsia which is a bouncing of my vision when my head is moving. There are many causes for this problem some of which get better and the problem goes away and others like mine which is perminant. The body does adjust after a while but never back to normal. It takes time to recover if possible or adapt if required so do not give up on them. I still do plenty of things once i learnt how to cope.
I want to know how some of you manage to have "picky eaters." My Basenji would eat anything she even assumed to be food. We have to really monitor how much she eats too, because she would never stop!
I agree, my girl would eat anything. She kept eating the leather collars that belonged to my Jack Russell…...while he was wearing it. :eek: I was always afraid to come home and find his back legs poking out of her mouth. :rolleyes:
She would eat rubber balls and then for the next couple of days I would be picking up rubber dog poo.
Ramsey….the pommie git. Can't you find some Aussie git instead :p
Let's see what the little monster looks like first, I mean well he may look like Sir Les with all them good manners and looks.
Seriously good luck and I hope everything works out for you. I cry every time I look at my girl's puppie photo's where she is sitting in the palm of my hand. B puppies are the best.