Village Animal Hospital for a follow-up visit. Just to do an x-ray insuring no stones in his bladder or kidneys.
We also got some great advise from the behaviorist/trainer regarding a couple little issues.
With regard to his (shhhhh) pee-pee problem, she says that he is reverting back to puppydom... very young puppy stage. He is showing his submissive soft part of the belly and trying to explain he is no threat. She suggests we clear up the mess when he is not around and say nothing.... no response at all... because he might start looking for a response. *He has only had 2 incidents... one when an 18 wheeler went by and geared down... making that loud exhaust sound.... the other was this morning when we were trying to get him ready to go and the other two to stay here. It was a bit confusing and scary.
With regard to his flight reaction (you all don't know about what happened... but it was scary and I'm now down 27 years and 87 days where he scared the life out of me.) She suggests a long lead for 3 weeks coupled with 6mg Melatonin twice daily. Then give it a couple weeks to see if his anxiety level decreases.
So, we have some training to work on... basic commands, sit, stay, come... and with his stress level its gonna be difficult until he calms down. And, we cannot have him getting scared and running away from us again. Gonna be a long road to train him and comfort him... so I appreciate all your encouragement.
But, I have to admit, he looked pretty calm in the car! :D