Week four for Dixie Cup. I like to keep track of her change of personality. Like a new parent . She is a perfect companion during a pandemic. You can’t tell that
she suffers with separation anxiety, because I don’t go anywhere without her. She loves the car. I have this wonderful safety seat for her that a special friend gave me for Noodle. Noodle, really
was not a happy camper in the car. The only reason he was so good on the drive ,round trip to Washington ,is because in the beginning of the trip, I sedated him. After the first days drive , he didn’t fight it and we had no problems. This little Dixie
girl jumps in the seat, and looks for the excitement to begin.Sorta like me. I have found her perfect diet. She is pooping regularly. I don’t know why I am so hung up on that, but it is for her own good. She can tolerate raw beef patties and fermented
goat’s milk. Her coat is growing in , in increments. I can’t wait to see if a longer coat makes identifying her breed easier.Maybe her hair won’t grow any longer.I am just hoping that mine does. Especially where the clippers skipped a beat
or three. .I took her with me ,of course, when I bought my new ukulele. She walked into the store like she owned it, turned around twice and went to sleep. Now this is a dog that is welcomed anywhere.