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    K9 Owned
    Tue Feb 19, 2013 10:33 pm
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    Connie Lea wrote:
    How do you remember all that stuff K9? I had forgotten about Mom's dog. Zoey didn't have any problem with her, so I don't understand why she is having such a problem with Molly. I guess she did already know Princess though as I had taken Zoey into Moms a few times when Mom and Princess were living in Mom's house. Zoey has been in the bedroom probably 3/4 of the day. I've tried bringing her out a few times but as soon as i let go of her she runs right back there. She did eat supper tonight and a few times today she got pretty close to Molly. She even sat on the arm of my DH's chair when he was holding Molly. I've been letting my DH hold Molly most of the time as Zoey has always been really jealous of any dog I have on my lap. Works better anyway because my DH has a really bad back and sits most of the day;. I'm up and down a dozen times and busy around the house. Zoey almost acts like she is afraid of Molly. I don't really understand that either as she is usually such a tough little girl. The treats when she is close to Molly don't really work. Zoey won't take them. I'm sure she will be fine - just need to give her a little time. To have done it right, we should have had the dogs meet at a neutral place and then bring them back to the house, but we only have one car here, so wouldn't have been able to do that anyway. It was dark when we got home, so I wouldn't have been able to leave my DH at like the dog park while I ran home to get the other girls. Probably would have helped though. Oh wow, aren't you sorry now that you asked.

    Not in the least bit sorry!

    My guys won't take treats if they are stressed or at threshold. If Zoey isn't being aggressive with Molly then she is likely a bit stressed and put out. Likely be fine in a few days but I like seeing the updates. icon_cool.gif

    PS. It sounds like Molly is handling herself nicely.
    Connie Lea
    Wed Feb 20, 2013 8:27 am Groupie
    Thanks K9. Molly is doing amazingly. We didn't get her up moving around enough yesterday as she didn't want to go to bed last night. I pushed the twin beds together and she slept on the bed next to DH's in her bed. She's maybe just doesn't want to be away from her dad.
    Connie Lea
    Wed Feb 20, 2013 8:51 am Groupie
    Good news - Zoey is playing. First time since we got Molly.
    Wed Feb 20, 2013 9:10 am
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    Yay Zoey! icon_smile.gif

    I'm gonna always root for Zoey - it's HARD having a new sister dumped on you! icon_wink.gif icon_lol.gif
    K9 Owned
    Wed Feb 20, 2013 9:16 am
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    So glad to hear this Connie! It sound like Dad is her security blanket right now. She will settle in very quickly I'm sure.

    Zoey ROCKS!
    Have a great day with them. icon_cool.gif
    Wed Feb 20, 2013 7:55 pm
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    Doing the Happy Dance here for you guys!

    Connie Lea
    Wed Feb 20, 2013 8:09 pm Groupie
    Thanks so much Kris, K9 and Sara. You all mean so much to me. If not for you I'm not sure we would have been brave enough to adopt Molly. She is such a joy. Also found out that she is a toy poodle, not a miniature. They changed it on her papers and on the web site. Zoey is back to her own naughty self. Instead of being worried, I should have been enjoying the quiet. She has been leaving Molly alone though, which is a good thing. Thanks again all of you for going through this journey with us.
    Wed Feb 20, 2013 8:31 pm
    Forum Host
    Lots of love here... that's one thing that makes me happy to be here!

    K9 Owned
    Wed Feb 20, 2013 9:14 pm
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    Happy dance happening here too. You are over the hump with Molly inserted in to the crew and if Zoey is 'normal' well, heaven help you. icon_wink.gif
    Mon Feb 25, 2013 2:03 pm Groupie
    Best wishes on your new baby. I hope you have many, many years of happiness with her. I'm glad Zoey is adapting. She knows she's loved, she was just, as they say in Georgia, "showing out". I haven't had the heart to even look at another poodle since losing Candy. I'm happy for you.
    Connie Lea
    Mon Feb 25, 2013 4:10 pm Groupie
    Thanks Jneen. I still miss Maggie as much as ever, but just knowing we were able to save Molly helps a little. Molly will never replace Maggie, just as another dog could never replace Candy, but they all have special places in our hearts.

    Molly is adjusting so well and bratty little Zoey is doing great. Guess she's decided Molly isn't a threat.
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