This is how gently he takes treats. You should see what happens when you leave a plate of food next to him. And good luck getting him to take a rawhide from you.
Jackson is very exhausted after the twenty hour drive. He was so good. Less needy than when we drove to NC (last time he kept leaning across the seats and laying on my lap while I drove because we had gone too long without cuddling).
Whenever I roll onto my side, Jackson rests his head on my legs. I often wake up to this view when I try and figure out where the heat and/or weight is coming from.
I went to the bank the other day. Jackson usually sits in the backseat when he gets scared and the windows are down but instead I came back to find him like this.
Jackson being a creeper. The first thing he does when he gets in my room is jump on the bed and look out the window. I can call for him, push him and he won’t even flinch if there’s someone in the parking lot that he wants to check out.
I think it’s pretty evident that I don’t use a leash on Jackson when we’re at the park. And he probably stays about 10-12 feet in front//behind me while we’re walking. But sometimes I’ll just stop and lay down on the path and then Jackson turns into this ~*~serious business~*~ mode. He stops whatever he’s doing and sits against me and stands guard until I get up again. It’s adorable. I love him.
So nice to see the reflection of clear blue skies that can actually reflect on the lake cause it’s no longer covered in ice.
This is what Jackson looked like when it got to about 70 in our apartment, I have no idea what this dog is going to do when it hits 85.