some personality traits. I'll start by saying any pup is trainable. It's just how hard you want to work to do that. It's much easier if it's a good fit. Less butting heads. Green and purple are going to be family dogs. Very loyal and playful. They want to be with me. Outgoing and exploring. They don't back down and are not skiddish. Red is turning out to be the observer. I thought at first it was purple. But you will see in every pic red is on the steps watching everyone else. She wants to see what is going on. Orange is my chewer. They are all still teething but he loves to chew on toys. He is playful and very interactive with the other pups. White is my lap dog that's more submissive. Not shy just always on his back. The others dominate him. Yellow is quite. She wants held if I ask. Her and aqua are very similar. Independent will go one and play by self but if I'm offering they will sit and get rubs. Dark blue is very quite. He is content being held or laying down. He is not skidish but I wouldn't push him until the time is right to socialize. I think if he was pushed too hard he could become scared. No one in this litter is clingy. I've had some. And no one in this litter is very active. I have had 1 of those. So far no one is hard headed. I've had those too. I feel this litter is pretty middle of the pack. The one thing different is eating. They do dominate each other at food time. I'm working on this behavior. I don't like it. Food should not be a push and shove event. Each litter has a quirk. Or something different. Last litter played in water bowl and dug holes. I've had no issue with that this litter. I've also had litters insist on excaping. They are not worried at all with getting out yet. I'll post more this week as they develop.