Anyone else looking forward to Spring? We have had another sprinkling of snow lately and it's getting rather boring for our taste- we want flowers to tear up- erm I mean sniff and nice warm grass to roll in! Baird is now 16 weeks old, Mum had him weighed last week when he was 15 weeks and he came in at a whopping 30kg, such a chunky bum.
He has been in a strict regime of fun, eating, fun, sleeping, training, fun and most importantly socialising. The Baird has been shopping, out for meals, meeting sheep, children and his fear- big lorries! He is doing well, Mum took him and me up the Lake District a few weekends ago, and I hate to admit it but he was very very well behaved.
|It is a very big puddle Mum!|
Baird met some children who he loved- me not so much, Mum is working on my fear of little ones! He did a very good job of not having a little wee inside either, Mum was worried because sometimes he 'can't-hold-it-in', sorry to embarrass you bro! hehe.
Don't worry Mum bought us a round of yummy buttery toast for being such good boys in the Cafe, especially as it was so busy and crowed. As well as socialising Mum has been finding more of a challenge now with all four of us out on the walks, we are general well behaved but the first few weeks Baird has been out with us we have been pushing our boundaries to see what we can get away with now. But Mum soon got us all listening to her!
'Sit stays' and 'lie stays' courtesy of Mum...and a bag full of hot dogs! hehe. But don't you worry, we have been getting in the usual R&R as always.
We hope everyone is okay and are looking forward to the warmer weather as much we are.