Reeves' walking gets better everyday. I'm amazed at how far he's come. He only "scoots" inside our apartment and he's begun to use all four legs more consistently even inside. I have high hopes for the future of his mobility. He likes to wrestle, though he's gentle to a fault and he likes playing tag, as well. We're working on getting him leash trained, though he could use some more training. He listens well, but, in all honesty, he's not the cleverest of dogs, so it takes a bit of effort. Luckily he's food driven and he'll do just about anything for a treat. We've actually had to reduce his food a bit because he's starting to get just a tad portly.
He's a good boy and he'd be a great fit for any type of family. I know his disability is a drawback, but (especially with the wheels and booties available stateside) it doesn't have to be. He likes exploring the small green patches outside our apartment more than just about anything else, he doesn't let his mobile awkwardness get in his way.
If you're at all curious about him (regardless of where you are in the world), let me know. Don't be afraid to ask questions, you won't suddenly be responsible for him if you show some interest!