Likes: He loves his food and watches me with great interest as I make the meals.
Pet-Peeves: That I take things away from him that he shouldn't have.
Favorite Toy: He just loves a green stuffed dinosaur, playing with balls, and tearing paper up into small pieces
Favorite Food: Cheese and apple pieces
Favorite Walk: For now the dog yard
Best Tricks: Taking peanuts out of the bird feeding carrier to tear apart and eat & he loves getting through the cat doors.
Arrival Story: The person who had this puppy didn't want him anymore because she couldn't housebreak him and didn't want to spend any money on him for the flea infestation. I said I would be willing to take him. He was housebroke in about 2 weeks with a little effort of training him. He is a happy little guy now that all of those nasty fleas are gone.
Bio: Koji Jomi is what the Designer Dog Breeders call a Schnese. He is Havanese and Miniature Schnauzer. He is extremely intelligent and is a fast learner and is learning tricks very quickly. He is so playful and lively it is a joy to watch him. Sometimes he runs so fast he tumbles over several times and then just keeps on running and then comes inside covered with dirt or mud if it has been raining. He knows he is getting another bath and runs to his crate as soon as he comes inside.
He is such a joy to have and gets so excited when he wants to go outside into the dog yard. He leaps and bounds into air so high I am amaxed every time he does it which is a lot.
Koji Jomi just loves paper to rip into little tiny pieces. I have had to call a number of places to get another invoice because he literally tore them into such little pieces I couldn't begin to tell what I owed. Finally I caught him in the act. His body is so long when he stands on his hind feet he is able to take things off the table! Hmmmm, can't leave anything where he can get it if I want to keep it, especially if it is paper. He also loves the coated end part of shoe laces and has extracted that part from my sneaker laces and boot laces. I have to keep them behind the baby gate now.
His best "trick" is that he is small enough he can go through the cat doors so I have to keep a baby gate upside down so he can't get through. I am sorry I cut a hole through the baby gates for my old cats so they wouldn't have to jump over them. Now they have to let me know if they want to go over. The one thing that is working is that so far, Koji Jomi hasn't figured out how to get through the cat door to the workshop. It has a different type of door flap. So far, so good.