I will get on to it later today, I don't have time in the mornings.
Snoopy has always sat without a problem; Bran we started teaching to sit. He's a bit hit and miss; sometimes does it without being asked and other times you could ask till your blue in the face and he would ignore you; now it's on principle that he will sit at the kerb. ;D I will not be beaten.
You know what Bran's like, once asleep oblivious to anything around him. Snoopy on the other hand; he makes us laugh, the look on his face when Jess touches him, even by accident. You can see the thoughts going through his head, "OMG, OMG the puppy just touched me".
Outside though they very much keep to themselves when running. Jess wants to play and keeps nudging them but they don't really respond which is quite sad when you're watching because all he wants to do is play.
Bran had a PAT visit today so when I got back, took the gang to our local woods where I can let Jess off (the other 2 stay on lead as it's a bit too near the road and there are lots of things to chase). Anybody who happened to be listening would have thought the "crazy lady" is in the woods as I just couldn't help laughing at Jess. He was all over the place rushing here, there and everywhere and he is just so funny to watch as I'm not sure he has total control of those legs.
I will get him weighed again at the end of the week and hopefully he will have gained a bit more. Looking at him today he has definitely got some muscle tone on the rear and looking so much better than when he arrived.
It will be very hard to let this one go as he is so gorgeous and full of life and fun. I think Snoopy will miss him terribly as we have realised that when Jess and Bran play and it gets a little bit rough, Snoopy dives and puts Bran in his place; he's quite protective over the pup. Never thought I'd see that.
Has it really been nearly 8 weeks! Doesn't seem like it, he has been a real pleasure to have here and the time has flown by. I think Snoopy is his new best friend, wherever Jess goes Snoopy won't be far behind