Thanks, @Jody22. Be picking her up in about an hour. … E-mails last night indicated I was requested to provide some GIS mapping for a meeting Friday. So I had to come in this morning to create this, since no one else here can. … So V is picking me up at 11am, so we can go over and pick her up.
@Ruina Yeah, It’s just some find it more convenient for them, but I just can’t make myself cage them up, but could understand it more if someone had a Pup that was destructive or for traveling. But maybe for short time periods, like a store run, but not all day as some folks do daily. I would rather just not have the Pup than to have to keep it caged at most times. … It’s like I used to love to go to the Zoo’s growing up and see all the different animals, but really hated to see them in enclosures, knowing they would be much happier to be out in the wild with a whole lot more room and freedom.
That being said, my Pups do have their ‘areas’ throughout the house they like to frequent, and once occupied, the others will leave them to it. (Corners, side of couch, couch, chair, etc.) But they don’t guard those areas by any means, they actually share them. So I’m fortunate that they do so great together, and we even get a kick out of it, watching one get up to stretch or grab a quick drink, only to come back and have one of the other two laying there now. They sometimes stop and look around like… Can you believe this! I just got up for a second? But then just go to another area and not even worry about it. - But so far, they have always behaved whenever we have to leave them alone. Though we don’t do this very often, quite rare someone isn’t home. But none of them has ever acted up or has been destructive.