Wait until the chewing starts. There's 2 full years of dealing with that ahead. Good news is that once he's past the terrible two's he'll be a great dog.
I've stopped counting.
|Rumors of my death|
are greatly exaggerated
Sweet pup. Hide all the furniture you love..same with shoes. They are worth it though.
"Someday I hope to be half the man my bird-dog thinks I am."
|Telling cops where to go for over 25 years|
When we got our Aussie 15 years ago, this was the hardest part. Aussie developed a territorial attachment to the grate and got upset when I tried to put the wife in it for her time outs
What part of "...Shall not be infringed" don't you understand???
She'll come around.
|Official Space Nerd|
When we got our first dog as a married couple, my wife did NOT want him (there was some serious lack of communication going on there). She told me it was 'my' dog and I was to care for it. No prob. After about a month, she came around, and she ended up far more protective of him than even I was. I can't guarantee your wife will feel the same way, but it is definitely possible.
You probably already know this, but Labs were bread to hunt in the field for 12 hrs a day, so he will require a lot of exercise.
Also, you named him after the god of mischief, so good luck with that. . .
Fear God and Dread Nought
Admiral of the Fleet Sir Jacky Fisher
Training the trainer. That’s what it’s called. It’s never the dog’s fault, it’s the damn handler.
I don’t want no teenage queen. I just want my M14. If I die in the combat zone, box me and ship me home. Pin my medals upon chest. Tell my mom I done my best.
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