Roscoe is home. I meet with the trainer and vet next week, but in the meantime....
he likes to sit in my lap while we're driving - that's not good. how to deal with it? he must have done that with his former owner (who I also think fed him table scraps).
I think he's hungry. I gave him his meds and a treat and he almost inhaled them. The shelter said feed him in the mornings so I didn't want to overfeed. I put a few food pellets (the same kind the shelter used) in his bowl. He ate half.
He went pee-pee outside each time we went and we'll go one more tonight. Hope that's a good sign.
I'm letting him wander through the house so he gets comfortable. Is that okay? He'll be in his crate for about 4 hours in the morning and then again for about 2 in the afternoon. The shelter said he'd be fine, I just don't want him to feel bad.
He seems to understand 'no' and 'stay'.
He likes his bed, but he wants it on my bed. Hope that's not a habit I'll regret.
Finally, humans need about 30 minutes of exercise a day but that can be broken into three 10-minute units. Should I strive for one long walk or several short ones? We'll start going to dog park over the weekend.
Any other suggestions?