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I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
HERE IS WHAT PRINCESS' FOSTER MOM HAS TO SAY ABOUT THIS BEAUTIFUL GIRL:
She was saved off the Euth list the day she was to be put to sleep. Princess is UTD on her shots and she is spayed. She is between 18 mod. and 2 yrs old and weighs 40-45 lbs.
She is a wonderful soul. She loves to snuggle and kiss. She is actually an expert hugger! She sleeps on her back its really cute and when she rolls over if you rub her tummy its like she is part lizard because she goes into a relaxed state. She needs to be an inside dog as she loves to snuggle and be on top of you while "trying" to watch tv or a movie. She climbs on you slowly with her eyes squinted like she is saying please don't tell me to get down and when she gets where she is trying to go she lays down she wags her tail as to say "yes".
She is house and crate trained. Walks great on a leash. She gets along great with her foster brothers in the home. Better with the big guy. With time I think she would do ok with small dogs. She is an alpha female so she would need a submissive female to get along best with. I do not have cats but our neighbors do and when they are on our fence Princess just sits and whines at it. She does not try to jump and get it. So she may tolerate cats. She loves kids, men and women!
She is still a puppy and needs exercise. She poops out after our walks and likes the cold tile to lie on after our return. Princess will give you so much love. You will be so thankful you adopted her. She is loyal and strong. You will walk with a extra pep in your step when you are taking her out for a walk as she is a beauty and people compliment you on how pretty she is. She has walked by barking dogs with no issues no barking back no pulling to get to them, she just keeps walking! She is a good girl. No need for harsh words as she knows when shes done something she shouldn't have and puts herself in her crate! I tell her to come here and I love her as I don't want her to have any adverse feelings. She will go periodically thru the day into her crate and just lay there also. She needs a home with lots of love to give and that will take care of her the way she needs!
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