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Wookie sweet Wookie. Soft and furry like a cuddle bear.
Wookie is a timid little boy about some things, like walking into a house and meal times. \ But is slowly learning that food does come in bowls - not thrown on the ground and that the door step means you can come inside.
He is very gentle, doesn't mind sharing his food, loves his foster brother and little girl kelpie from over the road.
Had his 1st ever groom the other night, wasn't too fond of the water to begin with but loved the dryer and getting the pamper package of nails a brush and a trim.
Wookie has long fur, so will require regular brushes to keep the malting to a minimum.
He is quite lovable and will do anything to be at your side, on your lap or just roll over for a belly rub.
He can be a bit puppy in the fact that he likes to nip at your ankles as you are walking a a "NO" stops that immediately. He has basic training in that he sits and goes to bed. He is good on lead.
He like to chase the cats but at this stage have not seen anything that leads me to believe that he would do any more than just round them up.
I'm not sure about his house training. \ He is quite content being outside and hasn't spent a lot of time in the house.