So, I just wrapped up my latest gig as a house and pet sitter. Let me tell you, it’s been a hot minute since I’ve had to take care of a dog. This time, I had the pleasure of looking after Ruby, a 12-month-old Bulldog. Now, this little rascal was as active as can be, and oh boy, was she naughty! There was never a dull moment with her around. She always had to have something in her mouth, and she made sure to tear it apart like a pro. Her stuffed toys didn’t stand a chance! But hey, I had to put a stop to it when I noticed she was swallowing the insides. Ruby was not thrilled about that decision, let me tell you.
Ruby is throwing a tantrum because I stole her precious toys. Seriously, out of all the dogs I’ve babysat, she takes the cake for being the most dramatic. Maybe it’s because she’s still a puppy and has way too much energy for her own good. I mean, come on Ruby, it’s just a toy! Let’s hope she grows out of this diva phase soon.
It is crucial for dog owners to train their pets early on. I sincerely hope that Ruby overcomes her diva-like tantrums, as she is an incredibly charming dog, and it would be unfortunate otherwise.
So, my bedroom for a whole month was actually the kid’s room. Let me tell you, waking up surrounded by a sea of toys is not exactly how I imagined starting my day. I mean, where am I supposed to put my stuff? My clothes were just hanging off this tiny chair like they were auditioning for a fashion show. Lesson learned: next time, I’ll be more picky about where I house and pet sit. Comfort is key, people!