ABOUT NALA: She is a doll. very gentle and sweet, a real lover duck. I know she's be good with kids. She's lived in a house before. Has excellent house manners overall. She is potty trained and will pace in front of the door when she needs to go. She's very, VERY quiet, so you need to pay attention. She seems to be kennel trained. No signs of food aggression. I do not test for possession issue with other dogs as my dogs have issues with that. She is good with other dogs. Scared and submissive. It takes her awhile to adjust to them, but she is friendly throughout the process of adjusting. She did good with my cat. I don't think she's ever seen one before. She kept trying to play with her, which my cat didn't like, and she play chased my cat a little. She stopped as soon as I called her and told her no. Its not prey drive. She's trying to play. She's a lovely girl. Her favorite activity is snoozing on the couch, she'd rather be inside with her person than outside playing. She walks beautifully on the leash, no pulling, and she stands right next to you when you're just standing and waiting.
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