She is a sweet girl who gets along with our 3 senior dogs fine, but she would love to have a buddy to play with. She is potty trained, asks to go outside. We are almost done w/crate training, she just barks awhile in the beginning. She loves to chew sticks, shoes (we gave her an old one and she leaves ours alone now), and her toys (her favorites will of course come with her). She is VERY intelligent, one of the smartest dogs I have ever encountered. She is also goofy and likes to hide places and grab your ankles. She does this Army crawl thing that is hilarious.
She is an inside dog that sleeps on the couch or in the bed (Though I think she would be fine sleeping on her own bed)
She eats too fast, so we feed her dinner in different stages.
I cannot honestly think of anything she doesn't like or that annoys her.
She is a happy dog with an amazing personality, and has never had any issues while with us.
-Hope's foster mom
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