Meet Havana. This cute little puppy is happy and filled with lots of energy. Havana has one caveat – she doesn’t like cats. She finds it an irresistible challenge to chase them. Therefore, we recommend a feline free home for this little girl.
She is a very smart girl and already knows many basic commands. Havana may be a young puppy, but she already thinks her way is best. Give this alpha girl an inch and she will take a mile before you even realize it! She will benefit from an owner, experienced with the german shepherd personality. Havana needs structure and guidance to learn how to develop into a wonderful adult dog.
Please remember, all puppies are cute and cuddly, but they also require a long term commitment of time, socialization and training in order to grow up into a well trained adult. If you are unwilling to take on this commitment, then perhaps an adult dog would better suit you.
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