Hello ladies and gents! It's been quite a while since I've been on here. I just wanted to give everyone an update on what has been going on and why I've been missing for what seems like forever. For starters, my husband came home from deployment back in July so I was wrapped up for two months, enjoying his company before he went back to work. I also started working two jobs so they have been keeping me quite busy. But as of recently, we've have become swamped with a ton of things. We are once again planning on moving before Christmas hits. We're trying to plan to be moved into a house by the first week of December. How well that will work out, I have no idea, but we're hoping it'll happen. So while packing, planning, and house hunting has been keeping us busy...so has work for the both of us. On the bright side of things, Dodger has been pretty content and he loves playing with our rescue kitten, Kisa! Although, I think he's currently convincing her that she's a dog instead of a cat. She's been playing fetch with us and thinks that Dodger's BarkBoxes are also for her. We'll see what happens. On a not so great note, Dodger has become afraid of bandanas and I think he's suffering from PTSD. How he could become afraid of bandanas, I have no clue, but he's not amused when I put them on him and he runs away whenever I try to put on on him. I have an idea on how to fix that, but we'll see what happens. Oh, the PTSD thing? Yeah, let me explain. Back in June, I think it was, someone had broken into our apartment and I found Dodger in the bathroom with his crate flipped upside down in the bathtub. Of course he was in the crate because it was suppose to be his bedtime, but the jerk must have thrown his crate into the bathtub. And naturally the people of the leasing office and the police weren't of any help either. So I'm pretty sure the little guy is traumatized from the whole situation. He's gotten a bit better, I'll admit. He goes back into his crate more often now when we ask him to, but occasionally he gets very hesitant and skeptical of going into it -- even with treats being offered. And he doesn't freak out about random people as often anymore either. Although, occasionally he'll just go ballistic when there's someone strange or new who's approaching us or gets a little too close for comfort in his eyes. He's still sweet with family friends and with people he's been exposed to, but he gets very upset when new people come around. He's gotten a bit better with the bathtub. He's not afraid of it as much as what he was, but it's a very slow process for him. He hardly follows me into the bathroom anymore because he gets so scared of it. Not to mention he keeps a lot closer to me and tries to hide behind my legs if he gets terrified of something, but he's getting better. Its just a very slow recovery for him. In other news, when we move into our first home we're going to be looking at adopting another dog. Which is very exciting for us and for Dodger. He loves having doggy friends, but all the dogs in our apartment building are all dog aggressive. So he doesn't get to play with anyone and his only friend he had ended up moving back in June. Hopefully Dodger will enjoy having a new furry sister as much as we'll be enjoying a new furry face in our home. I think that about covers everything for the most part. I hope all my corgi loving friends are all doing wonderful and here's to hoping for brighter things in the future!