She gets along well with other dogs, and has learned to play with them. She is fearful of anyone she doesn't know, but attended the Annual Lizzy's Lodge Adopter's Appreciation Picnic and did very well with all in attendance. It just takes her a while to learn to trust new folks.
She is not food aggressive, is up-to-date on vaccines and is spayed. She has a lot of love & companionship to give someone, but because of her start in life, is probably best in an adult home with someone willing to continue her training.
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