Well, this is the end of week two for Luke in his new home and he is becoming more and more comfortable and at home. The visit to the vet when well, they felt he was in very good health. We have an app. in April for his Lyme shot. I’m sure you know all his other shots were up to date.
A typical Luke day starts with a half mile walk up my road this includes the requisite stops but he likes to move along briskly. We sometimes encounter other neighbor dogs on our walk. This is all on a lead. Then the morning highlight - breakfast!
After morning snooze we go to the P.O. and do any other errands. He’s very good in the car. When weather and walking conditions permit, we take an off lead walk on a hiking trail closed to vehicles. There are several near here. I walk, he runs and probably covers 3-4 times the distance I do. He is very good about keeping me in sight and always comes when he’s called (he also responds to a whistle.
Afternoons are spent hanging out with me and Ginny snoozing, playing, chewing on his bones. We of course take another long and two or three short walks for potty breaks. I can’t tell you how happy I am to have such an affectionate and well