February 08th, 2016
You said, when we were asking about how he would fit in with us, that he would be ready to come and take over. Well, you couldn't have been more right. He pretty much is the center of attention most of the time.
House training was very easy and with a little bit of training he soon learned to ring the bell to let us know when he wanted to go out. Using the clicker method, he could sit, down, leave it, stay and wait from very very early on. He was a star at puppy kindergarten.
He loves people so much that he has a hard time sometimes remembering to stay "off" Need some more work on that but the root of the problem is us since we didn't mind the standing up to us and weren't consistent from the beginning. On the other hand, he waits patiently to allow us to go first in and out of he house and has since the beginning.
He goes with us everywhere. He started at a very young age attending grandchildren sporting events. He loves to go in the car and loves loves loves children and other dogs.
We appreciated that you had acclimated him to the crate before we got him and that you sent along a little toy with familiar scents on it when he traveled as well as providing medicine to give him to prevent illness brought on by stress. Our vet was impressed.
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