|He cries every time we put him in his kennel after he takes a dump somewhere he shouldn't have. Besides that, he doesn't cry too much.|
So far he hasn't caused any trouble interacting with others outside the family. Although he can be really shy and scared when a stranger approaches him. Regardless of that, training in December will probably toughen him up >:] I can already tell he's got it in him. I've got bitten way too many times and scratched but that's usually accidental. Usually. He needs his nails trimmed which is another reason why I'm glad we can finally walk him so they can slowly get filed down. And he's grown quite a bit since we got him! His body's definitely longer and it's getting tougher to hold him with just one hand now (packing on the pounds a bit) so I think we're doing a good job taking care of him :D
It's so adorable because every time I leave somewhere he'll start trying to follow me out the door or keep me from getting ready by tugging on my shoes or pants and every time I come back he goes ballistic! He does the same with my mom and sister too. I seriously treat him like a son of mine and I've noticed I've taken a sort of motherly instinct for him since day 1. I make sure things are done right, I check if he's nibbling on something he shouldn't or whether or not he's gotten his Nutri-Cal supplement. I just want him to be in my family for as long as possible and stay happy. Crazy part is, my mom plans on buying another puppy next year when we move into our house except he's going to be a beautiful Golden Retriever! I've always loved those dogs ever since I was little. Never in my wildest dreams would I think I would eventually have one as a pet~ And about the house, I don't think I ever mentioned that in any of my posts but there you go lol we haven't been looking hardcore yet but sometime in June we should be moved in already. It's a good while from now so I don't have many details on all that but when I do I'll blog about it fer sure. Either way, things are definitely looking up for me!