Almost 30lbs, Teddy is getting taller, longer and stronger! His beautiful coat is darker gold now and wavy. He is so comfortable on our walks that as soon as I open the gate, he trots to the end of the driveway. By the time I catch up with him, Teddy has already turned onto the sidewalk. It seems that our walks have helped with the strength in his legs. He can avoid some obstacles. And because his sight is limited, the squirrels in the neighborhood have nothing to fear from him. With encouragement he bounds up the steps to enter the house but needs more guidance to descend the steps and we will continue to work on that. Ted is content to nap frequently on his Paris blanket or in snug corner of the room. Happily, his grasp of proper dog bathroom habits is really improving as well. He has had no additional seizures and is tolerating the medication well. In fact, Teddy quickly sits for me when it's time for the next dose. In GOOD DOG fashion, he knows that his next meal is in his bowl waiting for him.