Willow is a sweet and friendly girl who loves to cuddle and play. She is amazing with children of all ages and has unlimited patience with her foster family's four young children who all love to snuggle with her and play with her. When she has had enough of the kids she simply walks into her crate and takes a nap (and acts exemplary when a small child inevitably follows her into the crate to snuggle some more). She is very calm considering her young age but also loves to play with humans and other dogs. She seems to learn easily. She loves chew toys and going for walks and has started to enjoy car rides more. She gets along well with other dogs and is loving to everyone she meets. She likes to chew so we give her plenty of chew toys. She has learned what is appropriate to chew on and what is not. Willow is housebroken and crate trained.
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