I haven't had her around children but I think she would be okay with older kids. The young ones might be too rough and that would scare her.
She has spent limited time around other animals. She seems uninterested in cats, is fine with smaller dogs but does not like the big dogs.
If you decide she's the one for you she will be fearful at first but as she gets comfortable and starts to relax her cute personality will come out. She can be very entertaining!
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