Maggie is fine existing with other dogs but existing is all she is willing to do because she has not met another dog whom she considers worthy of her presence so she tolerates other dogs by ignoring them or snarking at them to remind them that she is queen. Maggie can live just fine with cats. Upon first meeting Maggie, she appears on the shy or aloof side but pull out some treats and her alter ego comes out! Maggie will do anything for a treat, as all starving models would, and she's responded really well to training because of her treat motivation. Maggie is house trained, crate trained, up-to-date on vaccinations, microchipped and spayed. Maggie loves to run around outside but also really enjoys snuggling up next to her human companions; after all, would a queen use a dog bed?!!
Maggie would do best with a family who understands timid dogs and can make her feel safe. While she doesn't mind children, she prefers not to be picked up so she probably wouldn't be the kind of dog that would do well around children who will not respect her boundaries. She is not the kind of dog who immediately wants to be your best friend and she takes a bit of time to trust you. Once given time, Maggie shines and will be a devoted companion. She also prefers to eat alone so would need a home who will feed her in her crate. If you are interested in adding a little royalty to your family, please consider making Maggie the queen of your castle!
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