Sandy is the most sweet and lovely girl that you can have as a companion pet. Sandy is a little shy at the beginning but she warms up quickly and shows her real sweetest nature.
She loves all people, adults and children. She likes to play with other dogs her same size but not with cats. She behaves very well using a leash and she feels more safe if she´s wearing a harness, she likes car rides to, so she´s the perfect companion for your daily activities mainly because she loves to be by your side all day.
She´s already a house trained girl that likes taking sunbaths. She really enjoys playing with toys and stuffed animal. She is not a barker pet but occasionally she likes to chew plants or shoes. She can be playing for a long time or she can be just sitting right next to her family, she really needs and depend from human warmth.
Sandy would love to have a forever home that can take her for daily walks and a family that don´t live her alone. She loves companion and she wants to show the great girl she is and she wants to share all the love that she has for you.
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