This is the best picture of Noodle. Our daughter from Colorado took it on her last visit here. And, ,yes, his legs are this short. He has had a rough month, but with his new diet, I think he is acting more like a dog with a second chance. His
new diet is raw meat, fermented goat milk, and a tiny bit of cranberry powder. He has a new lease on the rest of his life. He loves his two meals a day. He is so happy about his diet that when I pick up his dish to fill it ,he sits in the space where
the dish had been, just to make sure that I know where the dish goes. And he runs. I can't keep up with him. For a dog with legs that are less than six inches long,he can really move. However, not all is good with Noodle. He can not believe that we will not
feed him at the table. It astounds him. How can we do this. We have had him since JUly. We have never, ever, fed him at the table. Every morsel of food that he gets, first goes into his bowl. He is relentless in trying to get us to feed him at the table. He
talks to us, he grunts, he whines, he stares at me. For a dog that is supposed to be visually and hearing impaired, he seems to be quite aware of where the dining room table is and where I am sitting.He also stops his "act" when I scold him. So my questions
are...how do I stop this unacceptable behavior, can he really see us and can he hear.