"Sable is learning more everyday on how to be a good house dog. She likes to go for walks, watch tv, and lay in the bed and nap. She does well with the two male dogs in my house, after very slow introductions. She would be best in a home by herself, or with an experoenced person who is willing to keep her seperate until she is ready. Dog parks are not a comfortable place for this gal. She is a short and stocky loveable girl who is very powerful, so she would probably do best in a home without small children. She has loved every person she has met. She has not been cat tested, but will give chase when she sees one. She knows sit, down, off, and we are working on stay."
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