Now do you know where Sammy gets his anxiety? I left at 4 P.M. and returned at 8. The greeting was crazed but they were all fine, had not driven into the lake and non of the pillows were eaten. Oh, I had a great time!!!!
Roger had a nice crowd of people that he has worked with in different companies over the past 14 years. Today was bringing back his security pass for the Base and sign papers.
When he arrived at CiCi Blue I greeted him with Mimosas! We needed to celebrate this new passage into our adventure. (He's asleep right now)
We will be living on less financially but I believe with my art and Roger's photography and art we will be just fine, plus the stress level will be so much better. I can hardly wait to see his face when he gazes at the Grand Canyon for the first time or the plains out in the West! This week we will be gathering and storing for our leaving next Saturday for Georgia. The adventure begins!!
So, Sammy! It took him awhile to come out to the living area from the bedroom but he has survived. The Guardian device has it's merits. I have that and a larger one called Dazer II . It emits a stronger or louder sound which he really hears outside. He suddenly walks calmer after one quick second push of the button. Inside I will say the Guardian works fine too. Ozzie sees it and quiets without even turning it on. Lola? She ignores all. Thankfully telling her inside she's silly and too shush seems to work for her.
Would I recommend them? Since each is under 30.00 or 25.00 I'd say yes. I think some dogs are insensitive to them and I have read reports that said after awhile the dogs disregard the noise but I think as a training tool it will be just fine. (As long as you remember to turn them off) Ugh. When we head for the park I put the outside unit in my pocket and just that gets results. A quiet calmer walkies. (we will see how long that lasts)
No painting today for me. Tomorrow we get our awning arm fixed and we will make a list of what we need for our journey. For two weeks we will be off the beaten track so we need to make a good plan.
Have a great night...