glad to hear it wasn't anything major.
if your dog is still young i really recommend paying a lot of attention to his feet, ears and teeth. whenever he's sleeping near/on you or cuddling up to you, constantly be touching and manipulating these parts, the more he is used to you touching those areas the less of a hassle it is when you have to trim claws, clean ears or brush teeth. you should trim his claws often. the more often you trim them the more the quick will recede so that you can trim them shorter. you shouldn't be able to hear them hit the floor when he walks. i used to be paranoid that i'd cut into the quick so i always kept a product similar to quick-stop around just in case (stops bleeding if you cut too short by accident) but i've never had to use it. the more you do it the easier it gets and shorter and more well groomed the claws are the less likely they are to break and split
I'm singin' here to get rid of fear
Hope it disappears right here with the rain
But I know life is pain, not like a fairytale
Meaningless to pray, so just goin' on my way