We are thankful we have siblings. All three of us were born with biological brothers and sisters. Heavens, Bailie comes from a litter of fourteen! We have never lived alone as an only dog, and we are happy, most of the time, that we are not alone. Olivia and I are really close. I tolerate all her antics, and she pushes my buttons, but we remain super close.
Bailie and Olivia get along. They have a lot of similarities which may be part of the reason they are not super close. Olivia knows Bailie won’t tolerate her crazy antics, so she simply saves them all for me. Bailie enjoys watching Olivia do all the hard sniff work, and then she joins in at the end.
For me and Bailie, our relationship is not very good. Ever since my phantom pregnancy when I flipped out, we really don’t get along very well. I was not myself for many months, and we still have a lot of tension. It’s alright as Mom understands and we just do our own things most of the time. Nevertheless, we do still love each other.
Olivia and I race around a lot. She loves to tease me with a toy and I often fall for her game. We have so much fun. It would be odd not having at least one sibling to play with. Moms first dog was an only dog, until Katie came along and then she was an only dog for a few years too. Since that time, three seems to be the right number.
Air scenting is probably the activity Olivia and Bailie enjoy the most. Mom catches them together doing it a lot. They seem to enjoy sniffing the air together, so why not! Sometimes Mom thinks one super spoiled dog would be fun, but then she thinks it is good for us to have siblings of the same species to hang out with, and we agree. Does your pup have canine siblings?
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