Also, he sleeps through the night!
He's a happy fellow and has adjusted wonderfully well to Sasha (our cat), Lily, Wisdoc, Wesdom (who's home from college for the summer), and, of course, yours truly. He bonded immediately to us and seems to have accepted his place in the pack order around here. He looks me in the eye to see what I want him to do. He is not aggressive with strangers.
We Facetimed Wisdomie in Honolulu for a couple hours, and he enjoyed watching the little fellow play.
It was tough having to give up on Kona. A puppy with a congenital heart condition is a sad thing, especially one you've grown attached to for however short a time. The breeder will no longer be able to breed Bruno's and Kona's sire and dame, and she plans to put them up for adoption. I hope little Kona will be able to live out the rest of his life in the comfort of her farm.
Now, if I can only get Bruno to stop peeing on the rug.