Gryffin is enjoying life with his foster family!! Gryffin is 17 weeks old. He is very playful with toys and loves romping with his litter mates. He enjoys human interaction. Loving attention from humans is just wonderful and he returns so much love and pleasure. Update on training ... "Recently I have learned about ringing the bell when I need to go out. Just for kicks and giggles, I ring the bell more often than necessary. I think going out is fun and I like to make them take me out... especially when we just come in ... I ring the bell again!! I have been walking on a leash and learning voice commands. Like "Sit"... why do they tell me to sit?? But I know they mean well and I do enjoy the treats and extra attention I get when I sit. I do all night sleeps in the crate and I wait to potty in the morning untl we go out!! I haven't had an accident in the house for quite some time... I think they call it house trained! I am also crate trained. I am sure all this training will be a huge benefit when I go to my new forever home. I have had some very fun and interesting things to do in my young life. I like to go for vehicle rides to the vet and to pet friendly stores. When I was quite young, all 8 of us litter mates piled into a shopping cart and rode around in the store. The fun part was being held by adults and children. They made such complimentary comments and loved our coat colors. Now we are too big to ride safely in the carts, so we practice leash walking in the stores. We still draw attention from puppy lovers. both young and old. Another fun thing I did with some of my litter mates was take a road trip to Canada. We were gone 3 days. We took long walks in the snow banks (that was like 'king of the mountain") and we had a good time with our human cousins. These days I am pretty serious about learning manners and house rules. Humans take a lot of pride in a well behaved puppy! What do I want to be when I grow up? A well mannered puppy that can go any where and be loved by all." Gryffin is a solid chocolate colored male. There are no white markings on him. Gryffin's coat is light underneath so I believe he will be lighter brown as an adult. He is a very fine fellow who displays loyalty and calmness. He is very in touch with the humans around him. His friendliness and zest for life will last a lifetime. Here is another companion for the very young, the young, or the young at heart. This guy will love the out-of- doors, but he will also be calm and attentive indoors. So if a Cobberdogs gets restless indoors, take him outside for a good run and fresh air. He will return to the house refreshed and ready to attend your needs. Stay in touch for more pics as the puppies grow and develop. We expect Gryffin to reach a mature weight around 27-32 pounds.
Breed: Australian Cobberdog