the problem with doing an evening admission is....getting whoever into the house and settled at least into one room. which is what i did with shep..whipped him into the house, into my room and let him get used to everyone in there. the big dog room can be a bit trickier...jess is a jerk...june has poor intro skills and andy freaks out...i would rather do those intro's during daylight hours.
so shep is stuck in my room...i can't get him past the dogs to outside and i don't want him out there yet anyway cuz he is a bit overwhelmed and i don't want to risk losing him. so safety first..inside my room he stays. i am fully prepared for him peeing in there...he is here because incontinence is a major issue for him..so i padded the room up well to get thru the night.
this dog is like a super-hero at peeing...he has to have some kind of magical powers (or actual disease) to produce that much urine over 12 hours. i will get him into the vets this week..i think he has cushings.
bess was quite happy that shep was flooding the floor...there were not enough raised dog beds in there to accomondate all of the big dogs and all of shep's urine so bess got lifted up on my bed to keep her from floating away on the floor.
bess says she really likes my bed...oh yay.
anyway..i will get shep introduced to the other dogs today so he can go in and out as he needs, that should help with his peeing....i hope.
shep is a super nice dog so if it doesn't, oh well.
as to how am i doing?
my life currently sucks and i don't want to talk about it.
Again, glad that Shep is there and doing OK. Yeah, he can pee!--but we had no incidents on the trip down, I just had to stop every hour or so and walk him...he let me know when he needed to go.