Almost three years later, I still love to follow him around and watch his every move. If he moves from one side of the living room to the other, I follow. If he goes outside, I want to go too. Hunter's procedure for telling our parents he needs to go out has always been to stare them down. Mommy decided to move into the twenty-first century when she and Daddy brought me home by teaching me to ring a bell on the door. It worked like a charm for me, but Hunter was resistant to learning a new trick. Jenna only rings the bell in an absolute emergency (probably because I ring it often enough for the three of us). If Mommy and Daddy don't notice Hunter staring them down from the door, I help him out. I go to the door and ring the bell FOR him! Does that make me a good baby sister or what?
I don't think Hunter could say the same about Jenna. She is so independent and always does her own thing. Maybe it's because she wasn't here as a puppy to see how much Hunter could teach her. Jenna pretty much ignores Hunter except when he opens his mouth to let out a ferocious bark. When that happens, she sits up and listens!