Meeting new people.

BounceI can’t believe we’re into our third week with Bounce already!

He’s growing so much, he almost looks bigger every morning at the moment.

Even though Bounce still isn’t fully vaccinated so isn’t able to be down on the floor, we’ve been taking him with us in his puppy pouch (not such an easy task as he gets bigger and heavier!!) and of course have had friends over to the house.

We’ve had his HD friend Jessie over for another play date. They’ve both grown so much since their last one and seem to have developed very long legs! It was sometimes quite hard to see where one dog ended and the other began…

We also got to visit the Medical Detection Dogs centre at Great Horwood today and Bounce was introduced to some older dogs in training. I’m very pleased that he behaved wonderfully and made me look great!!! (I did tell them that it was all Bounce and nothing at all to do with me!)

BounceHere he is swapping notes with Rachel before going off to work with some of the other new socialisers and staff.

We had a very tired puppy when we got home!

Bounce is not all perfect though, he’s developed a bit of a taste for ‘bowl tipping’ and also likes nothing better than a bit of fresh grass to chew!!

Couldn’t stay mad at him for long though, he’s far too cute!!


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