- Sep 19, 2010
One of our foster dogs, Shandy, is about to drive me crazy. She just won't give Kya a minutes rest. We have been in the process of getting Shandy adopted but it won't happen overnight and it's never a guarantee that the adoption won't fall through at the last minute. It's not as simple as moving her to another foster home either because the group is low on foster homes. We are unsure the best way to handle the situation because this is the only dog in the house that can jump a baby gate. Shandy means no harm at all. She just wants to play but that doesn't make Kya feel any better. Kya was around dogs her whole life, but Shandy is a little over bearing. There is an extra bedroom in our house that is vacant and we have turned it into Kya's Room, but I don't want her separated from me. Keeping the foster sequestered is hard because she barks incessantly and it stresses both Kya and me out. I am trying to find comfort in the fact that this situation is not going to last forever because Shandy will be adopted eventually, but I am impatient and want Kya to be able to get used to her new home. She doesn't deserve this stress. As soon as we get these two fosters moved we are taking a break until Kya gets good and comfortable. Suggestions.
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