“We put a lot of time into training him and we can bring him anywhere. We take him shopping at Bloomingdales and we take him on the train to Long Island, and no-one ever complains.
He’s a most friendly and affectionate dog and he is playful with other dogs when he comes to the dog run.
I think he really behaves appropriately. He adjusts his behavior around children. We have two nephews, with the eight year old, he plays more rambunctiously; but with the two year old, it’s almost like he monitors him. He watches him toddle along and makes sure he doesn’t fall–it’s almost like he babysits him.
He’s done wonders for our lives.
We have learned more about ourselves by putting Seymour first.
It’s opened up a whole conversation about having kids. Having Seymour has taught us to explore another, more nurturing side our personalities.”