I think I heard every person in our family say "Ouch! No Harley!" at least 3 times today.
Harley is also turning out to be a bit of a drama queen. Tonight I needed to hold him still for some reason I've forgotten, but when I did he started yelping like I was killing him. Mind you, I wasn't holding him tight; just enough to keep him from running all over.
His favorite chew toy is the bottom of our mattress.
He no longer wants to ride in the back seat of our mini-van. Now he wants to sit on the wife's lap and hang his head out the window....
And in case you're wondering, I am loving every minute of it.
Sounds like a Lab puppy to me!!
lol - the first time I put a leash on Milly she yelped like she was being tortured!! And she rolled around, threw herself on the ground, foamed at the mouth and then sat there and just BAWLED .... I was so stunned! I didn't touch her! I am sure all the neighbours thought I was killing her haha!
So ..... it sounds like he's normal to me. The only thing I'd worry about is him getting used to sitting on someone else's lap when in the car. When he's 80lbs that is not going to be possible - and he'll get that big FAST. Try buying a harness and locking him into the backseat - bawling or not. LOL
Shotgun seat in the convertible is HKs. HK knows it, even Louie the 1 yr old Cockapoo knows it. How come DW doesn't understand?
It is fun to watch the circus when we leave the house, DW does not appreciate it. HK does everything she can to keep wife out of her (HKs) seat. (SHort of growls or bite, she knows better. But she is big enough at 56 lbs that trying to sit in between the front seats is hilarious. Generally takes us 5 minutes before everyone is settled into a place and I can drive.
Hershey Kisses, In charge of getting Ed out to the dog park so that he gets some exercise.
It's always the feet!! tons of socks with holes