He is quite popular in my neighborhood! I have been walking Teddy along the sidewalk several times a day to help with his strength and coordination. He has encountered kids, bikes, other dogs, friends and strangers but does not shy away. A very positive note for local wildlife: With his limited sight Teddy does not see movement in the distance so the squirrels and cats in the neighborhood are safe from him. He will not attempt to descend steep steps but, if excited, will scamper UP steps with enthusiasm. At 5 months and 28 pounds Teddy still has lots to learn but is not shy or fearful. He appears to be stable on his seizure medications and enjoys playtime, walks and napping with the other dogs. With continued attention and supervision he will continue to be a great companion and one of the sweetest Golden puppies around!"