liveonearth (liveonearth) wrote,


Rushed home after school to walk the pug beast. She had been locked up for 9+ hours, and was pretty eager to go outside when I got here. Looks like she held her waste products that long. Haven't found any indoors. When I first let her out she peed once then started barking at a neighbor and ran across the street, totally ignoring me. I ran and caught her like an oversized football, and hauled her up the steps and indoors before I put her down. Then I harnessed her up and took her for a real walk. She was pretty fired up for an 11 year old pug.

Listening now to my in-progress walking mix. I think I may have to hang up this post and go move to it some more.
Tags: music, obedience, pets, walking

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