|Scout acts as Geni's big sister|
Despite our efforts to talk reassuringly to her, to hold her and pat her, she is absolutely scared out of her little doggy mind and nothing we do seems to placate her.
I've purchased a special doggy carry bag for her that can be carried on one's back or harnassed into the car via the seatbelt. I'm hoping that she will comforted by four walls around her and will be more comfortable with travelling by car.
Today I had to buy some new ink cartridges for my printer and thought that Genevieve would benefit from a quick drive to the shop. The drooling began before we even left the driveway. The shop is only about ten minutes away and by the time we got there, her chest was covered in slimy saliva and the drool was literally dribbling off her chin.
Once I had purchased my items, I came back out to the car and noticed the Geni was standing on my seat. After I picked her up and moved her, I reached around and grabbed the handle of the car door. That was when I felt it...lifting up my hand, I saw it was wet with doggy drool that Genevieve had kindly left in several places on my door panel and handle.