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She really is a very loving girl, who needs someone who will love her just as deeply in return, and provide her with the stable yet unconfined home that she craves and deserves. She can become frightened when handled unexpectedly by strangers, so we would not recommend her to a home with someone who has, or may have young children in the future. We do not feel that she would intentionally try to hurt them, but may nip if handled roughly etc. On a ranch with plenty of space and love to go around, Aubin could live with another dog peacefully, but can get possessive over her food and people when confined in close quarters. She has absolutely impeccable recall and was our free-roaming sanctuary dog for quite some time along with one of our Aussies, during this time her tail chasing started to dissipate and she started to happily settle into herself, yet very unfortunately she started to run along the fence line of the dog yards, causing the dogs with barrier issues to act out aggressively, and we had to make the decision to change the situation for her safety and theirs.
During this time Aubin had shown herself to be trustworthy with free roaming cats and our live stock, and to be great little sidekick. She is a true country cattle dog at
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