I spend lots of my time looking for her. A while ago I searched and searched; standing in the guest bedroom, I could hear breathing, but couldn't see a dog. Finally I looked under the bedspread at the foot of the bed:
She doesn't shadow me from room to room as much now; I guess she has decided I'm not going to disappear within the house. She does worry, though, if I go outside without her.
Her kennel cough is MUCH better; I'd say in another day or two, all symptoms will be gone.
She prefers to quench her thirst at the toilet, rather than at her bowl. I'm OK with that.
One of my big concerns was that I'd have trouble keeping her off the furniture, but she seems to understand what I want from her now; twice I heard the sound of something getting OFF my recliner, ran in to see what was going on and saw my chair rocking and Iris cowering behind the kitchen table. Obviously she had momentarily forgotten the rules, hopped in the chair, realized what she was doing, jumped down, and ran and hid behind the table, hoping I wouldn't find her and yell at her. (My yelling consists of a sharp "No!")
She is well house-trained; there have been no accidents.
She still shows no interest when Cliff and I are eating.
At this point, my main concern is how she'll get along with other dogs; I watched another episode of "Dog Whisperer", and once again Iris stalked, barked and lunged at the dogs on TV. Once she's entirely over the kennel cough, we'll introduce her to Hawkeye, my daughter's dog. I want to try her out with a big dog before we get her together with my sister-in-law's mini-doxie.
I had always heard that dogs can't make out television images, but one of these days I'll make a video of Iris attacking the TV dogs, just to prove that she does it.