I know he’s feeling better because he’s back to his spoiled rotten self. He treed a couple of large tree squirrels today. As they were chattering angrily and throwing pine cones at him, he was barking furiously at them. He wouldn’t come, so I had to go and get him and forcibly carry him back into the house. Of course, since I spoil him absolutely rotten, I wasn’t upset at all. I was so happy to see him back to guarding his territory. I had to laugh at the spectacle of this little dog giving these two furious squirrels what for. I don’t think he’s learned his lesson that he’s just a little flufferbutt and not a ferocious protector. I think from Jean-Luc’s point of view, in Bichon vs Wild, it’s Bichon 1 and Wild 0.
To read about what happened to Jean-Luc in the first place, check out Bichon vs Wild, and to read the heart-warming story of how Jean-Luc came to be our little Doo, read Here’s a little story about a Bichon named Doo.