Crosby’s first cart ride
On the course he was free to do as he pleased, and even had a bed in the office. He became a staple there and was liked by everyone, except the geese, rabbits, squirrels, and other wildlife. For fifteen months he lived the life, in my opinion, a dog would dream of until my MOT found a new position. At this point Crosby was about one and a half. We knew there would be a transition phase which would include Crosby having to stay home, little did I know the staying home would be indefinite. It breaks my heart to have a dog stuck in the house all day; it wasn’t the reason we got him. Because of this I have lost DVD covers, flip flops, pants, and even the disc of our engagement photos.
The great DVD incident, after much cleaning
Since all the casualties of clothing and just stuff in general in our house things have calmed down. It still breaks my heart that Crosby lost his favorite job. Hopefully one day he will run the course again and stop eating all of our stuff. Until that day, I try to be as proactive as possible without crating him. Crosby even has his own recliner and loves hanging out with me in my new office, when I’m home. Has your turf family ever had to console a dog of turf that has been sidelined, what did you do and how did it turn out? If you’re interested in sharing your story to be featured here on our website please email Wives of Turf for more information.