So, I am soooo in love. Ollie has adapted so well. The first 2 days were hard for the little fella, but the morning of Day 3, Christmas it was like he came to life. I have taken him everywhere with me and makes all my outings that much funner. The puppy was for my kids, but really, Ollie is my little bear. I just have a question, I am amazed at his skills so far and wondered if there were training words you use so we don't loss the work you have done. First of all, going for walks, he heels! Both Spence and I are shocked at that. But wondered what the commands are? Heel? Go? Stop? And for pee pee, I find that Ollie holds it. I take him on many walks a day, we run around and nothing. When he finally goes, its a super long pee. Is there a command? Maybe still adapting faze. He does not use the litter or the pee pads at all, which is fine bc we go for so many walks. e doesn't eat much still, not much kefir or water, but he is little and I am keeping a watchful eye. That is all. He is such a great pup, so full of love. My kids are wild about him, but I keep them at a distance still bc their energy is so high, but he seems very drawn to them.
I hope you had a wonderful holiday!
Chantal & Ollie