Monday, September 21, 2015

Mischief Monday - A Windy Night

While I am sure the dogs think the mischief award goes to me this week for being neglectful at visiting blogs etc. etc. (we had a busy weekend), I think the mischief award goes to Hailey.

This is a story that was told to me by the Man because I slept through it.

It was very windy Saturday evening. Hailey did a great job at remaining calm throughout the evening. She didn't even hide in her serenity palace (our basement bathroom). However, after the Man went to bed, she decided she needed to be in the upstairs bathroom barking. Interesting to note, not a window was open in that room.

The Man coaxed her to the bedroom, where she went to one window and waited for him to close it, and then the other. I am impressed she showed the Man what he needed to do to make her feel better. Then she went into the serenity closet and slept the night away.

This is the first time since she has been on prozac that she has been upset in the night. The intensity of it was lower and we were able to fix the problem for her!


  1. We hope that this is an indication that things are improving. Anything further on the accupuncture idea?

  2. Well, it's good she is showing improvement. And hey! Now she can tell you what is bothering her and how you can fix it. Pretty cool.

  3. Got to take tiny steps toward improvement
    Lily & Edward

  4. I think she should receive the smartest dog award since she showed Man what she needed to feels better.

    Aroo to you,

  5. Hari OM
    If that is mischief, you could pass exams with it Hailey! I think this sounds like good going!!! Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

  6. We're glad things are getting better with Hailey.

  7. Good girl for showing them what you needed!

  8. Good girl for showing them what you needed!

  9. sounds like Hailey is making great progress!!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

  10. she a clever girl letting you know exactly what she needed to feel calm

  11. What a smart girl! And the hubs obviously knows how to speak dog!

  12. Ahhh Hailey sweetie I truly understand. I am never a lap cat even in storms...however I do become what mom calls a sidekick cat! I will not leave her side during boomers and bangs!
    Oh an my peeps finally came home!
    Madi yor bfff

  13. Impressive that she knew what needed to be done. Good the med is helping
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

  14. What a clever girl. Paws crossed that she improves and doesn't need any medication.

  15. That is a good indication! Glad things are working out!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

  16. That sounds like very positive progress!

  17. Oh i'm glad to hear of the improvements!
    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!

  18. We're glad to hear Hailey was able to get through the night without too much problem.


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