We first met Teo (was Sumo) when he was 9 weeks old at Evesham. He was the last puppy out of the litter to be rehomed and it was love at first sight. We got him home a week later and after all the excitement I did get the puppy blues for the first week as we found Teo was smarter than he looked! He didn't sleep in his crate but on it and often was found on the kitchen side eating a tasty treat or 2! I soon came to love his cheeky attitude and wouldn't be without him. After initial teething issue (our skirting board was the main target) and escaping over baby gates (bigger gates were purchased) he became part of the family and the village with neighbours commenting on how good he was. Teo gets on so well with his cat sister now but he still forgets his size and thinks hes a lapdog. Hes been on many a long walk around local national trust properties and woods but his favourite past time is snuggled up on the sofa in an evening between the 2 of us. He has truly completed our family of 4 and we couldn't thank dogs trust enough for giving him to us.