Coco and Casper tend to nap on either side of the back door, making it pretty difficult to get in or out almost all the time. Coco is doing really well, by the way. We’ve worked out a routine and haven’t had an accident in the house since the first day. She’s doing well with Chloe, too, most of the time. Chloe darted in one time, and Coco cornered her in the living room, snarling at her like she’d found a marauding raccoon in the house. Chloe was duly submissive (and was more than happy to get back out asap). So. Coco now sees the house as her domain. She’s okay with Chloe outside, but not inside. I’ll keep that in mind when I get ready to put them out in the field together. Probably they will need to go to a neutral field, like the sheep field, first, where neither of them feel so much ownership. At least Chloe’s response to bow down to Coco was a good one. (Coco bows down to no one, so it’s a good thing Chloe knows her place.) In any case, I was surprised by how quickly Coco decided she owned the house. It makes me feel safe to have her in the house, so I’m not sure I ever want to put her out! Great Pyrs are such amazing natural guardians. I’ve never experienced keeping one in the house before, and I like it.