Darbie is active, friendly, playful, and affectionate. Her happy "smile" and wagging tail tell us that she certainly loves life and looks forward to a future with a family of her own. She would do well in any family-- so far she is good with other dogs, cats, and kids. She is a touch hesitant when meeting new adult men or older teenaged boys for the first time, but quickly overcomes this (within a few minutes of gentle reassurance and petting).
It also turns out that Darbie makes a great playmate for young puppies!
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