Climbing the stairs
Since Simon has decided to be unadoptable and will be remaining with me, I think it's time he was introduced to the second story of my home. As it stands now, he will only navigate 3 steps before trying to turn around and subsequently falling. There are 16 steps, enclosed stairwell, and I feel certain that I can work with him to get him up them....it's the coming down part that I will have trouble with. I am up there in years, with joint issues, there is no way I can carry him down and I feel he will just stay up there, forever, if left to his own devices. I take him to a park that has steps, just 5, and he does well with those, up and down.
His confidence has grown so much since he arrived, but this one thing throws him for a loop. Is there some way I can work this out? I would love for him to sleep in my room at night. My second story has no shepherd hair and feels neglected.
No beast so fierce
EPI, man aggressive, ball crazy, fearless protector, my heart