~~Sweetie loves everyone and everything. She hasn't been around young kids yet but no reason to believe she wouldn't greet them with the same enthusiasm as everyone else. She knows sit, shake, and kennel up. Learning to play with toys - these are obviously new to her. Very smart and understands 'no' and listens. She tries to keep up with playing with our younger dog Cooper, but can't last as long as him. Never aggressive when she tells him she's had enough but he's pretty good at picking up on other cues. Interested in cats but not aggressively so. She just wants to meet them and they don't care for that. Sweetie is crate and house trained. she will need oral surgery, spay and fatty tumor behind front left leg checked.
Sweetie is learning to play with toys! It's obvious toys are new to her. She is very smart and knows 'kennel up,' even though she cries a little when she's in her crate. I think she quiets down when no one's home. No accidents in the crate so far. She still wants to play with the kitties, but listens when they've had enough (for the most part anyways). She's happy to meet anyone and everything in her path. Really, she's just the sweetest baby ever!
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