Good, easy company and good watchdog. Ms. May is ready to move in and settle down. She'd fit right in with young or old, single or family. She may do well in an apartment or garden home, but not really crated all day. She doesn't seem to get into anything and likes her toys and bones.May likely belonged to someone before being a street girl, as she is not comfortable on the streets and seems happiest in your lap or laying at your feet. Like most, she does not like the confinements of the kennels and the noise and chaos at times, and would like to find her family and be safe and loved. We have a feeling she may be a good nanny dog but we always recommend caution with toddlers and any pet. May does great at adoption events with kids and all ages of adults. Good guardian and home protector without being too assertive or overly protective, May learns fast and loves car rides, and can easily be a walking buddy.
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