Now he is more able to keep on a schedule, goes up steps just fine and is A-L-M-O-S-T able to go down steps when I guide him. And he sleeps through the night!
My idea of a good home for him would be one or two adults or perhaps an adult with a middle or high school student. Because he is still so young I would hope he would not be home alone all day. Another young dog or an interactive cat could keep him company. Ted loves to play with my year old hound, my 2 year old cat and my neighbors 10 year old shepherd mix.
It would be GREAT if Ted's new home had a fenced yard....he can entertain himself for an hour just walking the fence line, sniffing the air and rooting around. Ted does not see the squirrels so there is no raucous barking to annoy the neighbors. If I don't call to him first eventually he will wander up the stone steps, the deck steps and circle on the deck until I notice him. Teddy walks well on a leash with his easy walk harness but needs encouragement to cross the street quickly. We generally walk 6-8 blocks every day now.