He is awesome! he is still young, so he spends the night in a crate to keep him safe. His internal clock is incredible he wakes within 5 minutes of 5 am every morning. He has to give hugs and kisses to both of us first thing. He also gives hugs and kisses right after feeding time. He has bursts of energy and rockets through the house a few times a day. So far there is no indication he will have the typical aussie-siberian thick coat. He is so curious and extremely smart. He is eager to please us even at his young age. He is highly food motivated yet in just a week we were able to teach him to sit in a specific spot while we are preparing his food and will stay there until we say okay. He is almost completely house broken. He is 19 weeks old and we have had several accident free days in a row. He goes to his leash, paws at the door and if we don't notice him he barks to let us know he needs to go outside. He is a little impatient, but he is getting better. He accepts kisses without nipping now and loves to give kisses. I am disabled, and he has gone from taking advantage on days I don't feel well to trying to be helpful even if that is just cuddling and kissing and hugging. He is friendly with people that come over but if there is strange activity outside that we would need to be alerted to he lets us know in no uncertain terms. He likes baths, we give him a bath about once every two months. One issue is he likes to steal slippers and socks. at 16 weeks he swallowed a whole bootie sock. The vet was able to make him vomit it up. Thankfully it did not take surgery to retrieve it. We give him grain free puppy food and his only treat is peanut butter. He loves it and it has been an effective reward for training. I spend about 15 minutes a day “working” him on different commands. At 19 weeks he knows sit, stay, lay down, stand up, go to bed, hush, inside voice and of course food and peanut butter. He loves it when he has been good. We give him tons of praise and he responds very well to it. Every dog has their specific quirks, Bohdi loves to be upside down. He sits on the sofa and turns himself upside down and sits like that chewing on his toys. He also loves a game we call upside down puppy. He knows what it is and gets excited when we play it. I just put my arm under his hind quarters and hold him around his shoulders and turn him upside down. He loves to have a pillow of some kind whether it is a toy or a foot. He is a massive chewer. In the 10 weeks we have had him he has destroyed no less than 18 toys. We got an all natural shed of elk antler for him. I researched it and this is something they would naturally chew on in the wild. He loves it. We call it his bone and he knew after calling it his bone twice what it was and where we keep it. You have to limit their time chewing on it because the rich proteins in it can upset their stomach. Overall, he is a wonderful puppy and there is no doubt he will be an awesome dog.