Princess Oreo Cookie is very cute, fun, high-energy, and affectionate.
She will hop in bed with you and cuddle up near your feet when you're on the computer. She is pretty good about not jumping on chairs, and she learns really fast, especially if there are treats involved.
She is a Velcro dog but has a sense of adventure, and she's always scanning for stray cats or other possible 'dangers.' She will chase bees in the back yard or let you know if you've got a mouse.
She's good about coming when called. She's thoroughly housebroken. She has some hand commands down, like 'come' and 'go.' If I say, 'Quiet, please,' she will stop barking. She knows 'sit' and 'down.'
She jumps up to greet you. She can sit to greet you, but it takes effort for her, because she's a high energy dog and can jump about 5 feet in the air. However, she's never jumped a doggy gate, so she's easy to control if you want to keep her away from guests, kids, or mopped floors.
She would be a good only dog. She can get along with young, playful, confident dogs, either male or female, who are not looking to be the leader of the pack. No cats or elderly dogs that don't want to play. No kids under 12.
Here's a YouTube of her walking: https://youtu.be/B8BPvsIrMos
Here's a video of her learning to let me vacuum without barking: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vbX9274bMZA&feature=youtu.be
Here she is learning how not to run out the front door: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CoY6STgYAZI
Her approximate birth date is 10/18/2012. She is current on her rabies shots, spayed, and has an AVID microchip.
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