And now, I say she says every day is the worst day of her life! She's pathetic. She's bored, she's whiny, she barks constantly...it's terrible. I feel awful for her, but she's also being a bit of a brat.
She's still getting daily walks, but no running or playing or being on the furniture. Because she's so excitable I can't really even work on tricks with her because she throws herself around so fast that I'm afraid she'd inadvertently hurt herself.
So, she's really miserable is the moral of the story.
She's gotten really sweet, though, when we get in the x-pen with her. I sit with her in the x-pen several times a day and she crawls into my lap. It's adorable!
To catch everyone up on how she's doing, she seems fine. Diana was nice enough to share her experience with rehab vets, and I decided that would be a good way to go. I searched high and low and got a recommendation from two people. And both people recommended a woman who works for the man that we took Lexi to see last week!
So, we decided that we are going to give her a month off from exercise, and then take her back in (our appointment is the first week in September). Our appointment is with the main vet there, so hopefully he can give us some more information, and then tell us if he thinks rehab is the way to go with her.