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So, I feel the need to preface this post with: I am an experienced dog owner. I have loved dogs, raised dogs and understand how truly wonderful companions they can be. However, I’m deep in the puppy blues right now and can’t pull myself out.
We rescued our 13 week old Aussie mix at 7 1/2 weeks. He’s adorable, but also a complete terror. Biting, nipping, barking, stealing, digging…I could go on. We make sure he naps, have been working on training, take him on walks and trips in the car. I can see small improvements, but also resent him every single day for causing such a disruption in my life. I’m terrible for saying that, I know. He’s a baby. I have to teach him, and I completely underestimated the time and energy that would require. I miss my life. My life pre-puppy included time with my husband in the evenings, relaxing and snuggling our cat. It now consists of puppy teeth, blood and bruises from his behavior at night.
I don’t know what to do. I feel as though I’ve dug myself into a hole I cannot get out of. I want nothing more than for our little family to be able to relax in the living room, pup chewing lazily on a toy before bed. I feel like this is not ever going to be a reality.
Please, help me realize I’m not the only one feeling this way. I regret making the decision to bring him home, which makes me a terrible person. I can only hope it will get better (one day) and that I don’t completely implode before then.
When did your puppies begin to settle into your lives? When did life get back to “normal”? We’re you able to overcome the puppy blues?
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