Little Tuck has had a lot to deal with beginning with being separated at 6 weeks from his mother and siblings. Tuck had strangles, which is an infection of the skin that affects the lymph nodes. He has been on medication all this time and is finally beginning to heal. He is now back with his mom and siblings and enjoying the time with them, especially mom. He is now crate trained as he had to be separated and is quiet at night even though he isn't with the others. He is fairly good and not making a mess in his crate but does occasionally have an accident, which is understandable for his age. He loves to play with toys and likes to play keep away when outside running around the yard. As with most pups he isn't for small children only children at least 8 years of age and up so his sharp teeth and nails won't hurt delicate skin. He will need obedience training, which is a must for him. He will make someone a very special pup.