It looks like it's GREAT FUN to be Bramble.
Yes, all of the above is typical Havanese behavior, including annoying. My Ricky can be annoying at times but in an enduring sort of way. I have to turn my back and giggle at times so he can't see me react to his "unacceptable" behavior, like selective hearing.He's very much become part of the family.
Hilarious, mischievous, cute, snuggly, annoying, amusing... you name it!
Sounds like within the parameters. i think he is going to be a big boy.He's grown a lot, he's around 5kg now but still looks tiny.
Adolescence evolves between 6 and 18 months generally.Recently he lost his baby teeth, and I guess he's beginning adolescence now.
Probably normal. Go to this thread to see what the range is, it may surprise you!I've noticed he seems to sleep A LOT now. Is that normal?
I bet if you took him for a couple of short walks during the day, he would wake up pronto!He sleeps basically the whole day, and it's not until the evenings that he wakes up properly.
VERY normalHe's incredibly high energy when he is awake, and all his behaviour seems great.
He sounds very typical and normal, and it only gets more fun as he maturesIs this just normal puppy behaviour at 6 months?
You're a braver man than I am! :wink2:I trimmed his hair myself.
Bramble is ADORABLE! Cherish him! Have you tried a Snuggle Puppy and your tee shirt? That worked for Tchotchke.Hey guys! Bramble is now here 🙂 we collected him on Friday. He’s very tiny, and very fluffy! So much character... he loves playing, he’s already learnt to fetch. And so far no accidents in the house; his breeders have done a great job.
The only ‘challenge’ so far is crying when he’s left alone, or thinks he’s been left alone. It’s early days, but it’s heart breaking to hear him. It’s already not as bad as Friday night, so I hope he’ll get accustomed to his new life without his siblings! Would welcome some encouragement on this!