She's good with other dogs, but she's also pretty independent, so if you're looking for just one pup, we think she's a great choice. Give her a couple toys and she's good to go! Quiet. House-trained. She's a little skittish with noises and new people, but it doesn't take her long to adjust.
Great on a leash, but again, the noises from the leaf blowers and noisy cars give her a bit of a scare. We haven't had her too long and she seems to be adjusting to life outside the shelter pretty quickly. We think that with just a little time, all will be well! Great stamina and would be an excellent hiking partner.
Beautiful, soft, chestnut coat, and a cute curly Pug-like tail! Loves to snuggle and follow her human everywhere! Great nighttime sleeper. She's good in a crate, but also likes sleeping near you. Not too clingy, but in the general area. Nice personality. Also great in the car so you could take her everywhere!!
Maggie Mae could use a foster, so send us a message if you're interested. It's a great way to try it out and see if she's the one!! We think she's about four or five years old, but she acts younger. . .lots of puppy-like behavior. She'll make a great addition to one lucky family!!
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