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No one else is sensitive to it
by MB COFFEY
My China-Jack (Chinese Crested/Jack Russell parents) has turned out to be mostly crazy Jack Russell and is known for some wild antics. The latest is driving me crazy. In a corner of our living room, behind a chair, she is convinced that something is in the wall. Whines, sniffs, scratches, paces ad infinitum. Removed chair...not her target which is actually the wall. Removed the cover plates where the electrical plug-ins go. Listened, sniffed, looked in with flashlight.........nothing! Other dog (Blue Heeler) has no interest whatsoever. Like me, just doesn't sense anything.
Dog's anxiety level has all but diminished her appetite, and she keeps looking at me with a "do something" expression!
This has been going on for more than a week.
Any advice (other than start tearing down walls will be most appreciated.