Today is Cookie's three-months adoptoversary.
It's interesting, because it feels like so much longer; as if she's always been with us. I suppose it's a sign that she belongs here. She certainly seems to think so.
We need to keep reminding ourselves, that she hasn't been with us that long yet.
I think it's important in terms of our expectations of what she should have learned by now.
We still have ways to go but she has learned a lot and keeps learning.
She certainly likes her training sessions; to her it's equal to play-time. We both enjoy it very much. She is also starting to understand what is expected of her--which is all mainly for her safety. Impulse control is still a problem at times.
The important thing is, she seems pretty darn happy.
She steals everybody's hearts and I have already bonded with her much more tightly than I planned to. She is such a sweetie and does great justice to being part of Jasmine's legacy.
JD and her really love each other and play a lot. She loves her life but enjoys trips to the horse farm the most. Just like Jasmine did, except she loved the ranch even more.
From The End Of A Lead Line To Casa Jasmine: Meet Cookie, Our New Adoptee
And So It Begins Again(?) Our First Health-Related Heart Attack With Cookie
I Didn't Know I Could Fly: Why Cookie Wears A Harness Instead Of A Collar
C.E.T. Oral Hygiene Chews For Dogs CAN Be A Choking Hazzard
Our First Health-Related Heart Attack With Cookie: The Knee Or The Foot?
Creative Solutions And An Incidental Product Review
Too Young For Pot: Cookie's Snack With A Side Of Hydrogen Peroxide
Taming Of The Wild Beast: Cookie's Transition To Civilization
Staying On Top Of The Ears: Cookie Is Not Impressed
Putting The Easy Back Into Walking
Cookie's Ears Are Still Not Happy
The Threat Of The Bulge Is Always Lurking