Love the colour!Well at least I'm not the only one I see from this thread! I have a chronic autoimmune disease that has been working on my vestibular system for almost 17 years now, it also has taken away most of my hearing in my right ear. My balance sucks to say the least, and that is on a good (non vertigo) day. Dozer always has to be close to someone when he is awake, he likes to sneak right behind me while I'm in the kitchen doing prep work or cleaning up / washing things at the sink. I have stepped right on his paws several times and he just looks at me with the tilted head look, so calmly (one of many things I love about EB's after being around and personally having spazzy dogs that overreact, bark at everything / don't even know what they are barking at half the time, etc.). I feel bad though, so I check to make sure he is Ok and he will give me a reassuring lick. I'm kind of used to it because of our 10 year old stomach with eyes and 4 feet, er... I mean Shih Tzu. I swear all that fella really cares about is food, he literally lives to eat. So he is always hanging around the kitchen and has tripped me up more x than I can count.
Dozer is almost 25 lbs now, not quite 4 months old and has taken my feet out from under me a couple of times when he is in "insane mode".
Here is a picture my wife got about 6 weeks ago with him in his Junkyard dog pose -
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