Morgan is pretty comfortable on a leash, and never has been trained off leash.
Around the home she will alert bark but loves to meet new people and greets without issue. When Morgan is introduced to other dogs we need to be more deliberate as she often attempts to be the one to establish dominance first. She was well socialized as a puppy and we have never had an incident with Morgan and another dog, but it's something we always take slow and deliberately.
Overall, she is just the sweetest companion! She will stare into your eyes forever. She loves to sleep in and is gentle mouthed.
Morgan has lived with a cat before and does not bother them. She will play if provoked, but typically leaves them be.
Morgan's family is being deployed overseas and feel that the travel and quarantine time would be too hard on her. (5)
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