Jack is a sweetheart and has formed an attachment to us. We have him trailing us around the house a good part of the time. Banjo just lays there and watches him. Both Jack and Banjo are very smart and have been quickly picking up any training that we have needed to do. It is obvious that they have had some obedience training and even seem to know a couple of the hand-signals for the more common commands. They are learning quickly and are a joy to work with. Jack doesn't pull on the leash and walks close on the left-side of us. However, he does like to keep Banjo in sight (part of being a bonded-pair). We have been returning with Jack to the house first and the person walking Banjo continues walking for awhile. This gives Jack a chance to be alone in the house without Banjo. Since it makes Jack nervous to not have Banjo close by at all times, it is important that we help Jack be okay with being by himself in case they have to be separated for a time (for example, one of them may need to be at the vet's without the other one). Things are going well in this regard. Each day, Jack is becoming less nervous with having to wait for Banjo to come through the front door. We're happy with his progress in this regard.