Callee has slept in a crate, but much prefers to be out of the crate. She gets anxious when being in a crate for long periods of time. Callee was crated during the day, but has graduated to being gated in a room when home alone. Calle would do fine in a home as an only dog or a home with another small dog. When out in public, Callee becomes very timid around other dogs, especially the bigger dogs. Callee needs a slow introduction to new dogs and a fair amount of time to adjust. She has not had much exposure to her feline friends, but when she has been around them, she let them go about their business and just watched them.
A tall fenced in yard is best for Callee as she has a high prey drive and would not do well on a tie-out. She has been able to clear a 5 foot gate. When Callee gets overly excited, she can jump and be mouthy. For this reason, it would be recommended that Callee goes into a home without young children.
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