What an amazing week!

Bounce Bounce is just the sweetest puppy and we are all completely smitten already.

It’s been lovely to see how much he’s changed even in this short time and how his confidence has grown seemingly by the hour!

Sophie our trainer recommended that he slept in his crate in our room for the first couple of nights so that’s what we did. We moved him downstairs on the third night and he didn’t make a peep! Of course, I slept really badly as I kept listening out for him – so much so that we dug out our old baby monitor for the next night just in case he had been whining and we’d just not heard it!!

We needn’t have worried, he’s just a very good puppy – and he even slept through until gone 6.30 this morning (still sounds very early I know but it’s much better than 5 o’something!!)

Bounce loves his sleep and as you can see, he’s not too bothered where or when he does it…

He prefers Dillon’s crate to his own, especially with a nice comfortable Dillon pillow…

Or a Sophie pillow is good…

He likes to take a snooze while he helps me with my jobs…

And he can even sleep standing up!

But this is his position of choice!!

Neither Bounce nor the cat were too sure what to make of each other at first but seem to have reached a mutual understanding now – if Bounce keeps a respectful distance, the cat won’t hiss at him!

Even though he’s only just had his first jabs so isn’t allowed down on the ground away from home yet, we’ve still had a few trips out.

We visited 10 week old Hearing Dogs for Deaf People equivalent, Jessie. They had a great time playing which left us with two very tired puppies!

And he enjoyed a treat on the counter of Orbital Fasteners…

And even met some chickens at a local garden centre!

It was so hot today that we got the paddling pool out so that he could cool off, followed by a nice cream cheese filled Kong in the shade and of course another snooze… it’s a hard life being a cute puppy!!

Can’t wait to see what happens next week…

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