Zoe Report V

Please note that there are three videos. Once you see the first, come back to this page to see the other two.

 

Zoe in combat with a palm leaf in her new domain. It is accessible from the house, but has gates at two ends, a wall on one side and the house on the other. I put a little house in it with a fluffy rug and put sod and grass in the planter between the palms and pots. It is “her” place. The cats come to visit, but she is boss even though they are five times her size. The dogs come visit by sticking their noses through the vertical bars in the gate. It’s like she is holding court. In this video, however, she is pursuing her favorite activity: declaring war on plants.

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23 thoughts on “Zoe Report V

          1. lifelessons Post author

            I’m now trying oat milk. She likes it. Let’s see the result. Just can’t feed her dry old puppy chow, even though the vet says it has more nutritional value. Life is not made on nutrition alone.

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        1. Anonymous

          Zoe is precious! How old is she? We now have an Australian Labradoodle named Gracie. She is the first smaller dog that I have ever had. Actually, she is considered medium—only weighs 32 lbs. (I would send you a picture, but don’t know how to do it on your blog.) She will be three in April. My last two dogs were 85-pound Akitas! We are too old to have the large dogs any longer.

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          1. lifelessons Post author

            OMG I looked up Labradoodles on Google. They are adorable. Is she tan or black? I think Zoe will remain tiny but not as tiny as she is now at 2 lbs. It is likely that she has some Chihuahua in her but her face is like a tiny golden retriever..

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        1. lifelessons Post author

          But it is such a relief that both the two bigger dogs and two bigger cats are all accepting her and don’t see her as prey. She actually chases the cats but dining together seems to have helped. They are pretty laid back around her. They used to run. Hard accepting a new kid into the family.

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