Maikoh has been an absolute joy in our lives and frankly is irreplaceable. He is the friendliest guy, and biggest love bug. He loves sleeping on his back with his legs spread and light snoring. He is a big mamas boy and has to be touching me in particular, or one of us whenever he can. Maikoh loves our 7 year old and 4 year old fiercely. If he thinks my husband is being too rough with them while playing and wrestling he’ll bark at my husband until he stops and then wedge himself between my husband and kids while covering the kiddos in kisses. He loves to incorporate himself into their play time and is often seen following my daughter around from game to game. He loves frisbee above anything else, so much as if he hears the back door open and he bolts up from a dead sleep and thunders through the house until he’s outside with his frisbee in mouth. We generally play about 5, 30 minute games a day. He’s actually super skilled at it! He is phenomenal with our 13 year old bichon-schnauzer mix. He lets the older guy be dominant and always lets Rossi have first crack at things and waits for him to finish before grabbing a snack or a drink. He is also really good with our friends dogs and is a generally happy guy. He was a breeze to train—we did basics of potty training—took him around 2 weeks to train, 1 month to crate train—but we didn’t push it— and then we went through a personal training service for the rest. Through them he can do sit, down, leash trained, and can be told to sit and stay in a particular spot and he’ll stay for up to 30 minutes. He was a bit stubborn but liked the work of training. He loves car rides, and isn’t aggressive about food or toys with humans or dogs—we worked on that from day 1 religiously. But also isn’t food driven, is 100% play driven. Up until 1 he had a bit of a chewing problem, still likes napkins a lot, but now doesn’t chew much. Is fanatical about bringing presents to people. If he sees a toy or sock that takes his fancy as a desirable present he’ll pick it up and hold it in his mouth until someone notices it and tells him to drop it. Which he does with a happy look and no human intervention beyond the command. Seriously he’s so smart that training him has been easier than previous dogs. We love him beyond words and as first time labahoula owners have definitely found our breed of choice.