Recently the pups lost interest in the stick and now we are giving them balls to play with! There are three balls; two white and one green. Usually, the play with the green one since it is small enough for the pups to chew comfortably.
Also, recently ticks keep coming on Pinkie and Odie and we’ve been removing a lot of these things. One of them was even big enough to see without looking closely! She was grey, and she was on Odie’s paw.
We’ve been making progress on making them pee in the right place. Sometimes they pee in my room, but other than that, usually they are taken out of their cage to pee instead of them peeing in the cage.
The puppies also chew on clothes and play Tug-of-War with them. Sometimes when we allow them to, and sometimes when they steal stuff from the shelves. When they steal stuff from the shelves, it is a huge fight to get ’em back! 😛
Also, they’ve grown up a lot. Will be posting videos soon! 😀
In the next post: The first ever video of Odie, and a picture of Odie now! 🙂
Many times, the puppies take clothes for biting and drag them to a safe place and play tug-of-war with them, saying “Mine! Mine!” Today, Pinkie took a cloth from the shelf and Odie tried to snatch it, Pinkie ran off and Odie chased her, they played tug of war under my chair (near the leg, so the chair was pulled) and the cloth snapped, Odie ran off, laid down on a safe place (near where Mom was talking to Dad) and started biting, while Pinkie, under my chair, was already in a safe place and bit. 😉
Also, today Pinkie and Odie have been taken for vaccination (also late last month they were taken).
Pinkie and Odie are hilarious! Today, I remembered my mother giving Pinkie a paper for biting (but taking it away at the correct time) last month. Naively I suggested doing that now, this time sharing it with Odie too. I gave them a paper for biting, but they TORE IT TO SHREDS before we could stop them. They were very fast. After realizing my mistake, me and mother scrambled to pick up all the pieces, but Odie and Pinkie tried to stop us every step of the way. First, when they started tearing it apart, we tried to pull it away but that made it worse, and saying No didn’t help. Second, Mother kept saying “There’s a piece over there!” but sometimes I couldn’t see it, and I scrambled around searching for it. Third, Odie got his own piece and Pinkie got hers, and THEY WERE TRYING TO EAT THE PIECES. Finally, they lost interest for a second and I grabbed them. It was a long and fun battle 😛
Also, Pinkie sometimes pulls Odie’s tail, and sometimes Odie pulls Pinkie’s tail, dragging them around.