Probably not. Today is the day the gas dude comes to hopefully fix the RUMBLE RUMBLE that keeps coming from the heater when it comes on. Last visit, they said, they would have to replace the piping due to when they installed the Rinnai water heater, the piping isn’t big enough. Great! Almost 6 years later, right? Idiots!
Anyway, if you’ve followed my blog long enough, you should know that Titan (Mr. T) is VERY protective of his home and property surrounding it, as well as Momma and Daddy. Having people stop by is always an adventure.
What do we do with Titan?
Well if they only need access inside the house, we can put Titan outside in the yard. Yes, he’ll jump up on the laundry room back door and bark trying to get in, but all is ok.
However, the gas guy will need access in the yard, under the house, and into the laundry room.
- Appointment is this afternoon
- Administered melatonin at approximately 11 am
- Walked and played with Titan
- Got barrier ready to put in living room
- Will put color and leash on him, in case of escape
- Keep laundry room door shut while gas dude is here
- Make sure gas dude knows DO NOT open laundry room door
Back up plan:
- Put Titan in the master bedroom with the door shut and deal with his incessant barking to get out of the bedroom and make sure Momma is ok
Shew! Although we love how protective Titan is of his house and property, sometimes it can be a pain in the butt. However, long-term of having the satisfaction of knowing Titan is so protective, in case of intruders, is awesome peace of mind.
Do you have one of these overly protective babies? And if so, how do you handle it when visitors come? I’m not talking friends that come normally and your baby is familiar, I’m talking about people coming to work or service things at your house preferably wearing a uniform, as Titan has a quirk about uniforms, hats, and gloves.
I’m all ears…………