|Three Months Old|
|Father's Day 2010, Graber and Kate|
Graber has adjusted well to being a European dog. Some things are the same as New Jersey -- he's got a decent sized yard, food still arrives twice a day and he hates to wipe his paws when he comes inside. Some things are different though. There's a horse trail in front of our home. It's non-stop barking whenever one goes by. Sometimes in the evenings he'll discover a hedgehog. These are great fun because they just roll up in a ball and sit there. Graber then barks and runs around excitedly like he's some great hunter. The biggest change is that our cats have decided to stand up to him rather than simply run away as they did in NJ. Of course, he thinks it is play time so he loves to sneak upstairs and visit them.
|Captain and Commander|
Despite having an official European Pet Passport, Graber has not fully integrated into European society yet. We haven't dared to take him to a restaurant. All those people with all that food would be way too much excitement for him. Maybe that will happen on his second birthday.
|Our guard dog; burglars beware|
|Showing off his intelligence|
|A boy and his dog|