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She was adopted out as a puppy to a home where she ended up being aggressive towards strangers. Since she has been at Milo she has become the staff's special girl. Everyday she does better and better with new people. Her biggest issue is when you look into her eyes (which can be a sign of you challenging a dog). Lady is super dog friendly, great with big or small dogs. She is house trained, knows sit/lay/stay/shake. She loves treats and loves to cuddle.
; The home we are looking for her would be an adult home with no kids or adult kids. One that doesn't mind a small challenge but will be the boss she needs in a home. She has great potential to be a great dog.
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