|Thanks for another awesome installement of your excursion! I feel like I'm right there travelling thw world with you! :-)
I visitied Kobe and the sights you just visited 2 years ago. It is an amazing place. I would not want to live there, but enjoy seeing your photos and remembering my visit. Thanks!
To share this trip with you has been such a thrilling experience. The images and stories are delightful and at the same time so powerful. I'm here every Monday, checking to see where WE are! Thank you for the journey!
Love the view of your trip, but I have a dane related question. My wife and I just brought home our first dane- a female harl. Tonight will be her 5th night home. She was raised to 8 weeks in the breeders home with 4 adult danes and 6 other puppies and a horde of people visiting every day for one reason or another. When we got her home she adjusted to her new crate at night fairly quickly, but when we put her in for short periods during the day she pees and poops all over her crate and hreself. Her crate is subdivided so she has enough room to be comfortable, but not to pick a separate relief space. We are still putting her in there after continous cleaning sessions and we are giving her tons of love and affection, but we don't know what to do to ease her adjustment to daytime crate sessions. It almost seems like she is afraid of being left alone, she is very affectionate (and dirty) when we get home and take her out. I am a firefighter and my wife is a respiratory therapist, so the vast majortity of the time one of us is home. But there are days when she will spend alot of time in her crate. We have arranged for family to let her out every 3 or 4 hours during those 14 hour times but on those days she will be by herself for longer than normal periods. Those days happen maybe 3 times a month. If you or any of your readers have any suggestions we are all ears. Love your site, used it extensively during our pre breed selection research. thanks for all you do to maintain the site. My email is email@example.com and my wife's is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks again.
Glenn and Kara Dube