Jack and Banjo are a bonded-pair and Jack is much more dependent on Banjo than the other way around. Jack did well while Banjo spent the day at the vet for a little surgery. He stuck close to me and but only did a couple of minutes of nervous squeaking right after Banjo left (my husband took Banjo to and from the vets while I stayed with Jack). He patiently waited for Banjo to return, overall he did very well without Banjo there. Our 9-month old grandson visited us last weekend and Banjo and Jack were wonderful with him. We didn't let our grandson bother the the dogs, and they never bothered any of his toys. Our son and daughter-in-law couldn't believe how well-mannered and patient they were--nor could we!
Banjo and Jack have adjusted to our daily routines and schedules already. They follow us around and lay down close to us no matter which room that we are in. They appear happy here and are very loving. We think that they are as cute as can be and love them right back. They are very special dogs! It will be time soon to look for their forever home who will be blessed indeed to get them.