He is adorable. It seems there is a fine line with Mom. I think they are learning what that is. She has that look in her eye you better knock it off or else. It might seem funny to everyone but I enjoy and would rather watch the pups on Debi’s slide shows than Tv. Melanie you have a gorgeous boy.
The line was fairly fine but some definitely more apt to cross it than others. Glad you've enjoyed the slide shows Sandy. :-) I'm not much of a TV watcher. Until I have a litter. I pick a series and watch what I can while I'm waiting on and then sitting with the wee ones. I think between these two litters I'm nearing the end of Grey's Anatomy though. Will have to find another to watch in prep.
Thanks, Sandy, and I agree, the slide shows are great. I'm glad Titan was better behaved...I might have to being him back once in a while for some Mama Remedy discipline if he acts up! I'm in the process of puppy-proofing the house this weekend in preparation and anticipation!
I pretty much have my house puppy proof. They will find things you never knew you had. When they are quiet and are chewing you open their mouths in amazement. I can’t count how many times I have almost literally put my hand in my dog’s mouth to pull something out. I don’t have anything laying around. They are like a two year old child.
Titan definitely has a good degree of drive. You'll have to stay on top of him. Use his brain for good. I've heard from several trainers the high energy dogs can be some of the most easy to train. But you have to apply the principles. Short sessions, lots of praise and treats to begin with. My challenge to you... teach him to sit on command the day you get him home. Go from there. Their brains are like little sponges when they're really young. He should be easy to engage if you make it fun. I think he'll enjoy a challenge.
Watch them Grow!