Emma is also doggy door trained, mostly housebroken and puppy pad trained. At only 3 months, she can stay in the house overnight not go to the bathroom. Emma, unlike her sister (or so we believe they are siblings), does not like to go in pool. She will make a great guard dog and she frequently warns us if there’s a creature in the yard. If she’s downstairs and I open the upstairs door, she barks in warning. She is very sweet and excited to see you and loves her tummy rub. She is an extremely casual eater and prefers to relax and sit while she slowly enjoys her food
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