I've been giving her limited walks because she only just had her last DHPP shot--even though the vet said she could go anywhere now--but I knew my aunt and uncle's place was a safe and fun place for a pup to meet new people and be outdoors.
When she arrived, after a drive there in my sister's car, spent squirming and squeaking on my lap, sticking her head out the window, and finally peeing on me, she was already exhausted.
After a romp of disbelief in my aunt's huge open yard, she curled up under the table, rested her head on a rock, and was fast asleep for the next two hours.
There she remained while the rest of us binged on yummy snacks, took swims, and played "Shark!" with my niece.
I finally roused her so she could get in on some of the fun. She's still not a social butterfly right off, but she does like people!
I agree Pager, it's hard not to like Aunt Nancy and Uncle Bob.
To think that this dog was almost labeled hopelessly shy!
Lots of shy dogs are scared of kids, but she did just fine with my shark-like niece.
And did some crazy romping with her cousin Genghis.
And stepped right up to watch him get hosed down.
Pager, was that the highlight of YOUR day?