8 thoughts on “Gus – Master of Taking It Easy

    • He is much better than he used to be but he’ll never be your “typical” dog. He now comes in and out the front door but he’s usually hesitant about it. He almost never plays with any toys. Just once in a while he’ll pick up something then walk around with it in his mouth and whine a little. But that is rare…. less than once a month. He spends most of his day laying on my bed. But in the evenings he comes downstairs to the living room and will sit on your lap as you watch TV. And what seems to be the most interesting thing is that when we have a houseful of company he comes down and wants to be in the mix… like he has to see what’s going on. Trixie, on the other hand, is into everything. She has to be with you no matter what you’re doing. They’re both wonderful dogs!


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