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He is doing so well and is almost completely house-broken (If we get him out straightaway in the morning!). We've taken him on long hikes and even let him off the leash for a short while to train him to come - and he is so good! We love him to bits, which may be our undoing!
He also does so well in the car - today we took him to Rhode island to visit an aunt who is turning 98! He still chews socks and shoes or anything he can get hold of but I got him a raw-hide bone and he seems to prefer that so we had some peace for a while.
All in all, I would say he's settled in well. He certainly still has reservations about towns and traffic but as we live in a village, we'll get him used to walking around there.
I am attaching some photos of him taken this week. I hope all the dogs find good homes and feel as lucky as we do to have found such a lovable companion!