She is fully housebroken with great manners and uses the doggie door with pride. She loves going on lease walks and car rides. She is not crated trained, but can be trusted to roam free in the house. She is a good eater but prefers her food being topped with green beans.
Maribelle fines it's easier to obverse her kingdom from the back of the sofa and when all is well she will cuddle up in a chair.
She is an excellent early warning assistant when she thinks someone is attempting to enter her territory. Perhaps it could be the AC turning on in the neighborhood or birds singing. She's on the watch! She does calm down quickly after the posting of imaginary intruders. Possibly she would not be a good match for an apartment home.
Her favorite time is watching TV on the bed with her foster, where she can stretch out next to her. She absolutely wants to live in a home where dogs are allowed on the bed, and will be quite disappointed if there is a rule to the contrary!
Maribelle is cautious around men and will give them a wide birth until she warms up to them. Has shown some separation anxiety when her foster leaves the house but she is always welcomed joyfully home with very loud beagle baying.
She has a sweet, quiet temperament that should match up well with a low energy family looking for a loving companion.
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