Tenby's kennel was bigger than a rabbit hutch (your poor baby). He was never let out and only had people socialization at meal times. We have had him 3 years and he still is very afraid of people and enviroments away from his house and yard. But just like your Lew once he accepts a person they are his friend for life. Last year he developed a limp, after finally taking him to an orthopedic specialist it was determined both of his shoulders are in very bad condition. The Vets are 99% sure this is because of lack of movement and development his first 6 months. He is now on pain and muscle relaxers for life. At some point a shoulder will go and nothing can be done, but until that time he our wonderful sweet little "wild child".
Welcome, our Tenby (tri) was rescued from a terrible breeder at 6 months. He to is the most loving, sweetest and loyal dog one could have. He did arrive with what we call "survivor issues" but we just love him even more.