Since she took care of the awwww factor, that leaves me free to play a little catch-up. I have a question for you this week…
Anyone have any experience with these back seat hammocks?
Now that we’re getting a grip on Gretchen’s car anxiety, we need to figure out how to keep her safely in the back seat. Left to her own devices, she’d like to hop around and finally settle on the center console, but now that we aren’t worried about her having a stroke from being so upset, it’s time for her to be properly restrained.
This particular model has nifty little slits – I think? – that will allow us to seatbelt her harness again, which is my favorite way to restrain the dogs when we travel. Other models also have a piece that drops down at the doors to cover THAT part of the seat as well.
I’d love to hear from you if you or someone you know is using something similar. I’m slightly concerned about being able to reach either dog in case one does get car sick, but it’s fabric, so I should be able to get it out of the way, right?
Thankful Thursday. I’m really thankful for my husband. I don’t know that I give him enough credit here on my blog. I’m sure sometimes it sounds as though he’s rather an absentee part of our pack, and nothing could be further from the truth.
See his hand there, trying to “encourage” Sis to give the water a better chance? (That’s a hint of what you’ll see on Gretchie’s post too.) What Gretchen couldn’t tell you about that pool is that we had to go to about six stores in three towns to find it, here in late July. I insisted we needed the “small” kiddie pool, and that made our search a little more difficult, but he agreed that the slightly lower sides would make it easier for Gretch to hop in and out. He’s generally very tolerant of my whims, and loves those fur-girls dearly.
Happy little friday!