I know we love to talk about our furkids on here so I thought I talk about her. When I last talked about her I was having lots of issues with her pottying in the house. She still has issues with that and I simply dont know what to do about this. She tries hard to not do this but it isnt perfect. I bought a piece of indoor/outdoor carpet to put where she does her business and I use puppy pads there and just change them when she has an accident. I truly think if we had a doggy door she might do better. When we get the fence up, I am going to put a doggy door installed to see if that works. That should be in the next two months or so. Meanwhile Saturday night I went into the kitchen to get some diet coke late that evening and heard the most god awful sound coming from her crate. The poor thing was throwing up in there and trying to figure a way to get away from where it was so she could lay down again. Her crate is actually too small for her so she had no chance of that. I had to get her out of her crate and clean it out. Thankfully it was only on her pillow but as I was throwing her pillow out she ran to her puppy pads and had a huge accident. She was SICK! It was coming out both ends badly. I have no clue what she could have gotten into because I feed her a pretty strict diet. The only think I can think of is she went somewhere else when she was off the chain and ate something bad. Or even she could have found a cookie and eaten it. I let her out and brought her back in and gave her half a can of pumpkin. Then I let her sleep in my bathroom for the rest of the night. She made it that long okay. For the rest of this time she has been eating pumpkin, rice and chicken broth. I think she is feeling a whole lot better because she has been acting a whole lot more like herself. Im telling you, she is such a huggy dog. She gets up in our laps and lays her head on our shoulders and just gives hugs. Last night she actually sat on the couch next to me as if she was a human with her butt on the couch, her back against the back of the couch and just laid her head over on my shoulder. Just like a human would.