Hi Juile, thanks for your lovely message, it would be so good to get a all clear because no matter how hard i try it is always on my mind but im happy he's here with me it's now been one year since they told me, and yes i think i do try to be positive, it's silly but my daughter and i wont talk about Finlays illness if he's around us, it's like if he doesn't know he'll be ok, i know thats daft, hope all is well with you and the boys, have a good Christmas xxx
Hi Julie, Thanks for the friend request. I see that you have 4 IS. I would love to have more but life is chaotic enough with 2 and besides my wife would surely leave me.
Just yesterday, I happened to be reading an article on dog characteristics and traits and it described the IS as rollicking and rowdy, enthusiastic with rocket launcher energy. Immediately after that, I took the boys outside and a bird flew near the pond and the race was on at a gazillion mph. One of the most apt descriptions I've ever seen.
My two boys couldn't be more different. Rooker is one cool mellow dude where Keba is nervous and anxious. I don't know if it has to do with Rooker being the dominant. They weren't raised any different. Do you see one being dominant over the other or are they both subordinate to one of your other dogs who is Alpha?