Acquired: Breeder (professional)
Training: I haven't learned care / training techniques
Posted November 24, 2015
Largo was hyper: he would grab the curtains and tear them down if he was left at home alone for more than ten minutes. He required constant supervision and training was slow and tedious. He wasn’t all bad, however: he was very affectionate and loved to cuddle. He would follow me everywhere around the house, just content to be spying on what I was doing. He was very intelligent, though he liked to pretend he wasn’t and ignore any commands.
I would recommend this breed if you have children who would play fetch and other games with your new companion. If you like to go for walks and have the time and energy to spend on entertaining your dog, this breed also might work for you. Do not get this breed if you are not willing to exert time and effort in training and keeping your dog happy.