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    We just got back from the park where Monty was in lust with our neighbours' female Greyhound! He had a great time and is now snoring. Our poor Dachshund ran his little legs off trying to keep up with the Greyhound, he gave it a valiant effort. I think they will both sleep well tonight but we are going out so Monty would be sleeping normally anyway.
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    We just got back from the park where Monty was in lust with our neighbours' female Greyhound! He had a great time and is now snoring. Our poor Dachshund ran his little legs off trying to keep up with the Greyhound, he gave it a valiant effort. I think they will both sleep well tonight but we are going out so Monty would be sleeping normally anyway.
    Hope this works for you all! Fingers crossed


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    Quote Originally Posted by 1Chumly View Post
    We just got back from the park where Monty was in lust with our neighbours' female Greyhound! He had a great time and is now snoring. Our poor Dachshund ran his little legs off trying to keep up with the Greyhound, he gave it a valiant effort. I think they will both sleep well tonight but we are going out so Monty would be sleeping normally anyway.
    Keep burning that energy. Borrow other dogs if it works loll

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1Chumly View Post
    We just got back from the park where Monty was in lust with our neighbours' female Greyhound! He had a great time and is now snoring. Our poor Dachshund ran his little legs off trying to keep up with the Greyhound, he gave it a valiant effort. I think they will both sleep well tonight but we are going out so Monty would be sleeping normally anyway.
    How’s it going?
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    How’s it going?
    Early days I think. He was needy again last night so we gave him melatonin and he settled down on his bed in the utility room. We gave him his second dose of Senilife this morning but we have to go out tonight so he will again be alseep in the utility room. I am really pleased now that we got a camera for in there a couple of years ago so we can see what's going on when we are gone. The next few nights we will be home so that will be the test to see if these pills are helping. By all accounts, if they do, they work quite quickly. We did notice he appeared to be in a bit of a fog when we took him out to pee this morning. He was a bit better later. He is such a sweet boy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1Chumly View Post
    Early days I think. He was needy again last night so we gave him melatonin and he settled down on his bed in the utility room. We gave him his second dose of Senilife this morning but we have to go out tonight so he will again be alseep in the utility room. I am really pleased now that we got a camera for in there a couple of years ago so we can see what's going on when we are gone. The next few nights we will be home so that will be the test to see if these pills are helping. By all accounts, if they do, they work quite quickly. We did notice he appeared to be in a bit of a fog when we took him out to pee this morning. He was a bit better later. He is such a sweet boy.
    Praying for continued positive updates! Sending big, bully hugs to Monty and his humans!
    May the sun in your eyes be your ONLY problem today! Peace Friends!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1Chumly View Post
    Early days I think. He was needy again last night so we gave him melatonin and he settled down on his bed in the utility room. We gave him his second dose of Senilife this morning but we have to go out tonight so he will again be alseep in the utility room. I am really pleased now that we got a camera for in there a couple of years ago so we can see what's going on when we are gone. The next few nights we will be home so that will be the test to see if these pills are helping. By all accounts, if they do, they work quite quickly. We did notice he appeared to be in a bit of a fog when we took him out to pee this morning. He was a bit better later. He is such a sweet boy.
    Hey Pam --- how has Monty been doing?
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    Hey Pam --- how has Monty been doing?
    Thank you for asking. He has his ups and downs. We got him a Thunder shirt and that does help. When he starts to get anxious and very needy (barking at me), we put it on him and he will sometimes then go and take a nice nap. More often, I have to get on the floor with him and give him big hugs, then he settles down and will take a nap. We tried him on calming pills but we have taken him off those. For now, we are managing quite well and he is usually fine during the day and overnight. It's just the evenings that it affects him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1Chumly View Post
    Thank you for asking. He has his ups and downs. We got him a Thunder shirt and that does help. When he starts to get anxious and very needy (barking at me), we put it on him and he will sometimes then go and take a nice nap. More often, I have to get on the floor with him and give him big hugs, then he settles down and will take a nap. We tried him on calming pills but we have taken him off those. For now, we are managing quite well and he is usually fine during the day and overnight. It's just the evenings that it affects him.

    Happy to hear the thundershirt is helping and you did not have to do long term medicine. Give him a hug for me
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