Ascii can also jump very high, so we are constantly having to tell her to get off the bench, get off the coffee table, get off the side tables. She gets up on the living room chair, then onto the arm of it and hops off into the bay window to growl at anyone passing by. Fergus, our first Scottie, and Randy, our second Scottie, used to constantly be in the bay window, but Puzzle and Shilling have never done that.
She and Shilling seem to be getting along well enough now. He's very attentive to her - whenever she goes in her crate, he sleeps opposite her on a blanket to keep her company and he sits in the back seat of the car with her when he would normally sit in the front seat whenever possible. She's still a little growly when he tries to get in the chair with her, but she'll get up in the chair with him and that's apparently okay. She also tried to play with him this morning, but she was running around him barking and he cowered in terror because he's a sensitive boy. So, progress is being made.
She's in love with my dad and follows him everywhere. She has him wrapped around her little claw and we have to continually remind him she can't be trusted on her own.
But she's very happy and entertaining and quite delightful. And trouble.