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Miss Kitty has the potential to be a great dog in the right situation. I think that she needs a more experienced dog-owner who can, right from the start, set more clear boundaries with Miss Kitty. I think that not living with smaller children is a must and not living with cats is probably wise. (Ultimately, I think that she might be okay with cats because I think she's trying to play with them, which is again why someone else who is better equipped than we were and are to manage and mold her behavior might find that she's fine with cats.) Miss Kitty has stayed with friends when we were on vacation and they have a bigger and older dog. Miss Kitty was great with the other dog and in social situations (walks) when she meets other dogs, she's great, especially around bigger dogs. She's fine when strangers come to the door and never acts aggressive toward people in those situations. She's totally house-broken and crate trained which is also a good start.
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