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Settling into a new home and making friends can be challenging, but Landon is working very hard to be part of the family.
New schedules, new sleeping spots, new yard – everything is a change in your routine. Most importantly, new friends! Landon is still working through one-on-one sessions with everyone. As he gets used to each dog’s style of play (or not play, in a couple of cases), he will be more prepared for larger group dynamics. We prefer to move slowly through introductions to forge strong bonds.
It has been three-and-a-half years since Typhoon joined the Herd, so we have been a stable group for quite a while. The joys of integrating Typhoon Phooey might have faded a little bit from memory.
No great surprise that Typhoon and Landon have had the longest play sessions of anyone. Not to mention hole digging sessions. And stick gathering sessions.
P.S. – We have also learned that Landon loves choir practice and Kiska seems to approve of his singing voice.
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