Queen is very loving and sweet. She enjoys going on walks and being outside. She knows basic commands sit, stay, and down; she also does well in her crate.She cannot be in a home with any other animals. She seems to be best suited as an only dog.She has been good with kids and very welcoming to new people. Buster recommends that she goes to a home with children over 15. Queen also REQUIRES a fully fenced yard and someone with breed experience.Queen came to Buster from a shelter where she lived for about 6 months. She is still a little shy but is adjusting very nicely. She will need a dedicated foster or forever family that will be able to be a strong leader.
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