Maxwell #2 Chocolate Labrador Retriever Mix Male 2.5 Months Old ID#2889
Maxwell, a male Chocolate Labrador Retriever mix made his way North from MS with his litter mates, and is in his new foster home. Mom was a Chocolate Labrador Retriever and Dad was a true mix breed, otherwise known as a Heinz 57. Please read Maxwell’s blog from the bottom up.
May 16, 2021
Maxwell, aka Max, arrived on Friday with his other siblings from MS. When we met the transport, the puppies were certainly happy to see us. They were hungry, and thirsty, and boy did they stink!!! Windows were definitely down on the way home.
Max has settled into our house nicely. He runs around in the yard and plays with the kids. I think the entire neighborhood came by to see Max the first day we got him.
He has the personality and traits of a typical puppy. We have to keep a close eye on him as he’s not housebroken, but he hasn’t been too bad. Although we do have him outside a lot with us since the weather has been so nice. He likes chasing our resident dog around in the yard. He was a little aggressive with food the first day or so, but once he realized he doesn’t have to fight for his food anymore, he has slowed down, and eats normally.
The last two nights have not been easy. The crate is not his friend. He’ll go into his crate and play with his toys, but as soon as we close it, he has a complete melt down. We’ve tried to wait it out and see if he’d calm down and fall asleep, but he’s a persistent one. I’m hoping it will get better, because we haven’t gotten much sleep.
Max was a hit at my son’s baseball game last night. He met lots of other dogs and did super great. He wasn’t shy as all. Everyone loved him and wanted to be the ones to adopt him. He really is a cutie. Whoever adopts him will be very lucky.
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