Triscuit is playful, spirited, somewhat shy and at the same time very friendly once she gets to know you. She greets the folks she knows with a full body wag and a happy to see you attitude.
Because Triscuit is somewhat insecure, she would prefer to be with an experienced owner that is gentle and soft spoken. She needs to feel safe and probably would be very happy with a nice fenced yard. She would need a place to go into, such as, a garage with the option to go in and out as she pleased. Until she feels comfortable and secure, she may not go inside the house.
Triscuit is good with other dogs and would do best in a home without children or small pets.
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