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Scout is my grandpuppy.
She came to live with us for the summer while her mom was on break from college.
Since coming to our home, Scout has learned to walk on a leash, go potty OUTSIDE, and learn that if she stands at our bedroom door, wagging her tail, that her momma will let her sleep with grandma, grumpa, and Siddie.
Scout has also been nurtured through having a reaction to an antibiotic which caused her to have dry eye syndrome. She was unable to open her eyes, but giving her meds every four hours has helped her get better. She now has them open!
It was touch and go for a while. The vet thought she would lose her eyes.
The time is coming for Scout to go back to my ex husbands mother’s house, where Em lives while going to college.
This is sad for me.
Not only will I be missing my daughter and her sweet little puppy, but I am wondering if Scout will have a hard time.
Here, she has full run of the house, a fenced in yard to play in, Siddie to play with, lots of attention, her meds are done every four hours, day and night, and plenty of people to interact with.
When she goes she will be banned to the kitchen area and bathroom, she won’t have another dog to chase and play tug with, when Em is gone to school and her grandma is at work Scout will be shut in the bathroom. I’m thinking this might reverse her potty skills that she has learned. Especially standing at the door when she wants to go out.
Am I worrying too much for a puppy that will probably adapt easier than I think?

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