Me too. Hopefully a few Manning to Harrison TDs to boost my stats and give the Dragons the win.
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I can't believe the world isn't ablaze with excitement since DC Cab was announced for DVD release in March.
Mr. T is rad.
The building is only like 4 years old - so I doubt there's anything spooky going on...
Seriously, I'd think mosnab is right and she is freaked about biffing it again there. But also, could the puppy have wet the rug or something, and the big one knows that's a no-no, and is avoiding the rug?
Try removing the rug and see what the puppy does.
I really enjoyed that illustration. Are you the one who did the 'How Smart I Am Today' chart, as well? I've got that one saved on my hard drive.
Another thing that popped into my head is that possibly one time she came running into the room and slipped/wiped out there and got hurt a little bit. Sometimes dogs can be spooked for awhile after doing something like that. Then again, I'm sure you would have witnessed that, as I doubt your dog is running in there when you guys aren't in there. Anyways, I hope you get it figured out, and she gets more comfortable again.