He is 6months old.
He has had quite the day, me too. So far he need (me too) to be better house trained (I need to recognize the signs better) he has peed in the house 5 times, oh well none of those times were on me.
He bumped into our island in the kitchen moved it 5 inches. WOW!
We have been for 3 walks on of which he came in then proceeded to pee in the house. Hmmm oh well. New surrounding and people. Kids think it is funny but know that mommy is going to clean the pee.
Wow the crate is big! If it had a board on top it could double as a kitchen table. So far right now he is sleeping beside the crate.
Fun times ahead.
|Welcome to baby Teddy.
What a cute picture, can't wait to see and hear more!
|Welcome to you and Teddy. He is a cutie!|
|welcome now the fun really has begun. But, I can see he has worked the oes charm on you already you are hooked...x|
|Welcome to sheepie boy Teddy! He's a cutie.|
|Welcome Teddy from Melbourne, Australia.|
|Welcome to Teddy from Ohio! Lots of praise everytime he goes outside & potties. No sense in scolding when he has an accident inside. What has worked best for me over the years is to limit their access to the entire house for the time being. That way you are there when they need to go & they don't go in areas that can be really damaged. Easier on everybody all the way around.|
|WELCOME!!! He is a beauty!|
|Congrats! He's beautiful
Just pretend he is a puppy and start fresh with training as if he was 8 weeks old.
|Welcome Teddy. "Miss Daphne" thinks that you are a cutie!!!|
What a cutie
Lisa and Frankie
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