Clock change?

(6 Posts)
YoureAllABunchOfBastards Tue 30-Oct-18 08:32:29

We got back from a week away on Saturday and of course the clocks changed that night too

BastardPup (6 months) seems a bit out of kilter - he isn't as enthusiastic about waking up, is leaving his breakfast til later and not keen on doing his usual morning poo.

Is it the clock change, or the fact that he has had a lovely holiday and is knackered? Or is he just being an awkward bugger?

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DogInATent Tue 30-Oct-18 08:57:48

All of the above?

Although the clock change should have him waking up/looking for his walk/food/etc. a bit earlier than clock-time not lying in.

BiteyShark Tue 30-Oct-18 09:12:17

I agree it's probably all of the above.

The clock change has affected BiteyDog and he just isn't his usual self. He went to sleep before his dinner and then looked at it and and walked away because he was then too tired to eat.

mateysmum Tue 30-Oct-18 10:03:08

Matey dog has just about adjusted - with some "persuasion". On Sunday he was in the last stages of starvation because he had to wait an hour longer for his tea. Then on Monday he woke us up at 5am because his human slaves hadn't served his breakfast on time.

Vallahalagonebutnotforgotten Tue 30-Oct-18 18:09:02

He's not being an awkward bugger - I would not assume the others but would monitor and seek medical advice if not back to normal in 24 hours

fleshmarketclose Tue 30-Oct-18 21:45:59

Bella doesn't seem to have twigged that the clocks have gone back so I'm benefiting by it because instead of waking me at six I'm waking her when I get up at half six which feels much nicer. I'm not enjoying the late afternoon walk though as it's a rush to get off the trail before it gets dark.

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