The Waiting Game – Car Seat Edition

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Sadie is used to our typical routine of running errands every week. She sits in her car seat while my family members and I take turns going into the bank or the post office or the pharmacy, etc. Usually the person leaving the car is gone five or ten minutes and Sadie just sits patiently looking out the window during that time, watching for her missing person. But if someone is gone longer than expected, Sadie starts to get antsy. She stands up, looks out every window, whines, barks, and basically tries to find the missing family member without being able to leave the car. One day while impatiently waiting for Sadie’s Grammy to return to the car, I thought I would document Sadie’s range of emotions as she waits in her car seat.
dogs, designer dogs, yorkipoo, yorkie poo, waiting, errands, car seat

dogs, designer dogs, yorkipoo, yorkie poo, waiting, errands, car seat

dogs, designer dogs, yorkipoo, yorkie poo, waiting, errands, car seat

dogs, designer dogs, yorkipoo, yorkie poo, waiting, errands, car seat

dogs, designer dogs, yorkipoo, yorkie poo, waiting, errands, car seat

dogs, designer dogs, yorkipoo, yorkie poo, waiting, errands, car seat

dogs, designer dogs, yorkipoo, yorkie poo, waiting, errands, car seat


This post is part of the Thursday Barks and Bytes blog hop hosted by 2 Brown Dawgs and Heart Like A Dog.

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This post is also part of the Thoughtless Thursday blog hop hosted by Ruckus the Eskie, Love Is Being Owned By a Husky, and M.K. Clinton.

 

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