|He sits on his butt and takes naps like this.|
My dad doesn’t have any other kid, which means that since day 1, Kaiser has been the baby of the family. To give you an idea, Kaiser has a Coach collar, which he got for Christmas and gets so much affection. He also gets food (Seriously, so overweight)
He knows quite a few tricks like high five, jump, roll and spin. I also trained him to go outside in the backyard for a quick pee. We still have a lot to work on with Kaiser and I’ve been watching a billion videos of Cesar Millan’s Dog Whisperer and Cesar:911. I hope that when I get back I’ll be able to rehabilitate Kaiser to having a healthy and calm-submissive life without him being so nervous all the time.
Chico is really like a child at this point. He’s still a pup (7 months) and so excited with life. He loves to jump and lick and just sit with you. There really never is a dull moment with him. He’s a Labradoodle, although to me, he looks more like a Goldendoodle. I think he’s a great addition to the family and of course still needs to be trained, but he’s such a kind soul. I honestly can’t wait to spend more time with my puppies when I get back!
|Sometimes mornings are just ruff.|
Ahh pets! I too consider myself an animal lover, with a tender spot for large breed dogs. At home however, we have the world’s most personable Shih-Tzu, filled with attitude and a strong loathing for anything that beeps; Lily. She’s my mother’s 12 year old lap dog that dominates the house and lives for car rides.
|Here she is, very concerned that I might waste the food in my plate.
She’s so caring!
|Here she is on her 12th birthday, avoiding the camera.|