Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Changes are hard

Changes are really HARD!! That's what I'm finding out. This separation stuff is for the birds!! My sleeping at night was fine before, I was sleeeping in their room, in the kennel, dark and quiet and not a peep outta me, but Mike thought that I should have my own room well.....not so good last night. When Mom came screaming at me for still barking at 3:00 am. I didn't make a peep after that. She scared the beezeebies outta me!! But she was soooo mad and wound up that after I got quiet she couldn't get to sleep, so needless to say I am back in my old spot which was working perfectly fine. I am back in their room and she doesn't care what Mr. Mike says cuz he wasn't up at 3:00 am!! Plus she likes having me closeby and so do I.

We are focusing on the barking when they leave, barking like a mad man outside, submission, and just basic manners. It all went good this morning. She made me stop my barking like crazy outside which she said is so easy, she didn't know why she didn't figure this out with Miss Bossy pants Jazzi. So I guess  you can teach an old dog new tricks. But it sure wears a guy put!!!


  1. Yes, training those peeps to your ways can be very tiring but keep at it Oreo, it'll all be worth it in the end !
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

  2. Aw....Oreo! Change is hard but you can do it!!

  3. You can do it little one. She will probably have to scream at you a few more times but that's it
    Lily & Edward

  4. Oreo, we feel for ya buddy. I know if me and my brother ever got separated it would be the end of the earth! We were talking to our mom about the sleeping in the bedroom thing and she said that maybe you should decide if that one particular thing really applies to your life. After all, sleeping in the same room (or in our case sharing the pillow) will increase your bond with your mom. So maybe do all the other stuffs 100% and ignore that sleeping rule. See if your mom will agree to those terms. Good luck buddy!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

  5. Change is NEVER Easy, Oreo. You and your PEEPS need to work together to learn how to get along and do thingys that are good fur EVERYBUDDY in the house...
    It will come... It will ALL be Good.. We KNOW that you Miss your Brother.
    Just be PATIENT... and everythingy will soon be Wonderful fur all of you.

  6. WE want to wish YOU and your new peeps a VERY MUCH HAPPY THANKSGIVING.

  7. Oreo...darling...bless your heart... we just read up on the fact that when you moved to Ms. Diana's you and your furry bro were separated. It sounds like you a making steps toward to JUST BE QUIET as a mouse at night.
    Hugs madi your bfff and Happy Thanksgiving

  8. Oreo, we are sorry that you are having so much separation anxiety. We KNOW you can do this! You have a great home and loving Peeps that want you to be happy. You'll get there, its just gonna take some time. Hang in there, buddy!

    Braeden, Seth and Riley

  9. Oreo, sounds like you are doing great my friend. One step at a time and all that. Gail seems to think your new mom might have something useful to tell her about how to stop pups barking in the back yard. I have no idea why she'd be interested……
    Toodle pip!

  10. Hey there little Oreo - yep, change is hard - sumtimez it seemz like that iz all there iz BUTT u sound like u r makin'stepz in the rite di-rect-shun. After all, u knew u didn't want tue sleep in a room by yourself at nite so u told your mom an'your mom brought u bak tue their room. It duz take a while tue git your peepz trained in YOUR way BUTT u will git there. We Beaglebratz STILL hafta give our mom reminderz now an'then (butt she tendz tue furgit thingz sumtimez).
    Shiloh-Lord of the Manor an'Diva Shasta

  11. Oreo,

    No one likes change little one.
    We sure hope you can learn the house rules and
    settle into your new surroundings soon.
    Mommy yells at me too, oh her was mad when I ate the wood on the kitchen table.
    xo Cinnamon

  12. Hang there Oreo! Things will get better!

    Edgar and his mum

  13. My momma read somewhere when you bring a new doggie home it takes up to 6 weeks for things to fall into place...geeze with me it took longer cos I came from the mill and had lots of trust issues....maybe mom can focus on one thing to start off with and when that gets accomplished move onto another. The first thing that our mom had to focus on was the sleeping too, I cried and barked and no one could sleep till finally they just let me sleep with closed.......and Maggie and gussie sleep with each other in their four leggers are so much smarter.
    stella rose

  14. keep working at it will get it ...then the world will be yours!

    The Mad Scots

  15. Crikey Oreo ...... they gave you your own room?? I'm glad you put 'em straight on that one. If I had to sleep in my own room I'd bark the house down and THEN I'd eat everything in that stinky room. Have fun at doggy day care Oreo ...... it's great!!

  16. We would not like sleeping in our own room either - who wants to be alone? Mom says she can't sleep without a pug pressed along her side.
    Mr Bailey & Hazel

  17. It's getting to be Three Dog Night weather.

  18. Who would want their own room- how is Oreo supposed to keep an eye on the peeps. I dont blame u fur barking.

  19. We think your mom did the right thing. We pups should always sleep in the bedroom with our pawrents. We have to keep an eye on them after all.

  20. Sounds like you are being real patient with your new Mama...and she is being very patient with you...only a matter of time before everything settles!!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

  21. Glad they put you back in the bedroom where you belong :) Also glad that your barking issues are getting worked out otherwise!