A little about our new buddy:
He is 12 weeks old
He loves to play with his toys
He plays fetch, even with this toy that is way too long for him.
He HATES going outside in the cold but LOVES playing in the snow. I don't get it either. We have to put him in sweaters because he shivers when he goes outside. When he plays in the snow, he prances through it like a deer. I think it was only because it was fresh snow. Now he avoids walking in the snow as much as possible. He walks along the cement ledge to our stairwell so he doesn't have to touch the snow. It is pretty funny but we need to put a stop to that because he has come close to loosing his footing on that little ledge.
He met his "uncles" Ashton and Token and was able to hold his own without getting clobbered. He likes chilling next to token. He sort of blends in with the flowers on this couch though doesn't he?
He is so sweet.
He doesn't bark, he doesn't whine during the night and stays in his crate all night happily.
He knows that Cisco means play time and Michelle means cuddle time.
He is our little shadow and follows us everywhere we go in the house.
He doesn't like his leash or going on walks when it is cold outside.
If you do take him for a walk, he tries to get in between your legs because he is cold. You end up trying not to trip over him the whole time.
He snores a little when he is falling asleep.
Potty training is improving around here with only a few accidents now and again.
He can finally go down stairs on his own and get on and off of the couch (most of the time).
The funniest thing is he is seriously afraid of his reflection in the stove door and the windows. Not mirrors for some reason. We have to hand towels covering our stove door because he sits and growls at it for hours if he can see his reflection.
He is so cute and our little buddy!
He is precious and sleeping next to me as i type.
**P.S. not sure how he is going to respond to the crazy blizzard that is supposed to be coming tonight. I'm thinking he won't be too happy going to the bathroom outside in this storm.