“Woo woo woo.”
In her elder state, she hasn’t been able to hear her dog collar beep when she gets near the invisible fence line. I guess the “shock” it gives isn’t enough to stop her from wandering right out of the yard. Because her sight and hearing have declined, she wouldn’t be able to see or hear a car coming to get out of the way. Some kind strangers have found her several streets away.
Her suite included a warm bed, inside controlled temperatures and playtime. She even had a “vacation report” when we picked her up on Sunday. She was described during camp activity as being a wallflower, which meant she mostly just took in her environment. She socialized with a few new friends, Callie, Bella, Fizz, Foxx, Remy and Lucy. Her activities included being loved on by the staff and relaxing with her friends, probably with a hot cup of coffee and a dog biscuit.
The report described Daisy’s suite activity as a family traveler, you know, just making herself at home. At home she will spin around and around about six times before lying down.
I am relieved that she felt comfortable at camp while we were away, because she’s going to have to back this weekend.