Spoke too soon about the Furkids learning to respect boundaries ... this morning while feeding the pack their breakfast, I discovered that Brandi was outside the gate - sheepishly looking to be let back in! Was a little worried that Dexter may have sneaked out too since he was no where to be seen, but being a little less adventurous and street wise, but after calling for him, he appeared looking abit groggy. I reckon I must have woken him from his sleep and being a sweet pup as he is, he simply had to come when called.
I suppose now that Brandi is back in the pink she has the energy to be up too all sorts of mischief. While am glad she's recovered, am not too thrilled she's managed to find her way out - yet again. Quite glad that Tubby's in the confined to his play pen area.
As i write this, I've just discovered that Tubby's now gone with Dexter as his sidekick... *sigh* The puppies or rather 'teenagers' are simply bent on going out. At this age, I reckon the boys are looking for 'girlfriends' ...honestly dealing with sick lethargic pups is possibly less worrying than adventurous ones - who disappear into the bushes the minute they find a weakness in the fence!