Demi was taken to a foster home where she lives with 2 male dogs. A husky and a another Rottie. It did take a couple of days before she was friendly to them, but one day she jumped a baby gate that was separating them and has been friends with them ever since. Unfortunately, She can be very leash reactive, especially when she sees small dogs on her walks. She does participate in the thursday night pack walks that we have and she walks very close to many strange rottweilers and has no issues at all during our walks.She can also be weird (bark and growl at them) with some men. Her foster mom's older son comes to the house on occasion to visit and when he does, she likes to bark at him. It got so bad, that we decided to put a bark collar on her. That seems to have corrected the problem. She is fine with most other guys that she meets. She is potty trained.
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