- Sweet, mild tempered girl that loves attention and affection.
- Functions on a high level, despite her hearing impairment. She is quite adept at using her other senses and is learning to respond to hand signals.
- Loves people time but is also content to curl up on her bed and lounge away the afternoon.
- Reaction to allergies seems to be the reason for her chewing on her feet, we are working at determining the cause of the allergies.
- Great with people, may bark a few times to announce that someone new is in the area but greets strangers well.
- Tolerates grooming, including nail trims.
- No food guarding, shares toys and attention well with Diamond.
- Can become reactive to unfamiliar dogs.
- Experience with large breeds is an asset.
- A fenced yard is a must.
- Cayenne would thrive in a home where people are around for a large part of the day.
- Due to Cayenne’s occasional reactivity, these girls require a home in which there are no other dogs.
- She is good with children but may underestimate her size and strength. She would be best suited to a home without small children or cats.
- Moderate energy level. Playful bursts are a regular occurrence but are usually short lived.
- Enjoys daily walks and free time outside but prefers the company of her people.
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