We have had them nearly a week now and the changes are really noticeable. They no longer smell at all doggy, their coats are feeling smoother and their teeth are much cleaner already! That is from just 6 days on raw! I didn't expect to see an improvement quite this quickly.
Behaviour wise, Mouse still wants to mark, but not as much. She came into season yesterday bless her, so I think that explains a lot of the marking behaviour. I feel so sorry for her, all these changes and then hormonal upheaval on top.
She is definitely the dominant one, and has put Harley in his place a few times (which again will be linked to her season and the fact that he is male.) He is very easy going, and takes it all in his stride, he is totally used to being bossed by women! She is perfectly relaxed around us now, only showing anxiety when out of the house. She is especially close to my daughter, I think she will end up being her dog.
Delilah is much more anxious. She panics if Mouse is out of her sight. She is playing beautifully with Harley though, they get on like a house on fire. She is also hugely food motivated which is a good and bad thing. She gets so over-excited at the possibility of a treat that she is impossible to work with, it is very funny. She is much more comfortable wearing collars and clothes than Mouse is.
They both follow me when outside and off-lead and really enjoy running free and getting muddy. Lots of things scare them still, and while Mouse will run back to me when scared, Delilah gets panicky and distrustful. So we are a bit limited where we can take them, especially since they are frightened of and aggressive towards larger dogs. (I found that out at the vets!) All in all I am really pleased with their progress, but I am finding it much harder with two of them. I have only had one dog with issues at a time before.