I am timid with people I don't know, and am sometimes afraid of strange men. I have bitten two men I didn't know who scared me. When people I don't know come to visit the house it is best if I am kept on leash for awhile until I become comfortable and relaxed with our guests. This happens faster if the quests feed me treats. Once I trust them I am just as loving and affectionate with them as I am with my owners. Nevertheless I would do best in a quiet home with not too many visitors. I am also not very comfortable with young kids so need a home with older or no children.
With my people I am extremely loving and very eager to please. I walk politely on the leash, know how to sit, stay and fetch (that's my favorite!). I love my stuffies and enjoy carrying them around the house with me. It is very endearing if I do say so myself.
I am mostly housetrained but still need a bit of a reminder now and then, especially if it is raining outside. I am neutered and up to date on my vaccinations. My adoption fee is $450.
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