Heidi is as sweet as they come If you're looking for a companion dog that does not have separation anxiety, than this little girl is for you. She is: 4 years old, 40-45lbs -Crate trained -potty trained/house trained -lives with other dogs (bigger and smaller) -lives with cats (She has been smacked a few times by our cats and has learned which ones to stay away from but has NEVER been aggressive with our cats. If you ever get a kitten it would need to be supervised till the kitten is older) -has been around newborns/toddlers/older kids 8+ (no issues, if she doesn't like something, she gets up and walks away) -She is a cuddle dog and wants to be with her humans when they're home -spayed but not up to date on shots. -microchipped so you'll need to change the information -comes with ALL medical records we have on her -purebred from a breeder but we never registered her -poops are good Her only quirks are that she loves to nibble/lick your ears. She is very quick to correctional commands and aims to please. She has been taken to the vet once for gastroenteritis and we have the vet records on that. It was an anomaly to the vets but she is totally okay. I expect her not to eat for a few days following going to a new home but you'll need to be patient and understanding. At times, she has skipped a meal or two but nothing to be alarmed. This breed has ALOT of energy and loves to go on hikes, walks etc and she'll still have energy to do more. She is not destructive in the home. She is an alert dog in that she will let you know if something is going on or someone is at the door. She is not a yapping type dog. She barks for a reason. Our home environment is very social so she is around a lot of people/dogs/cats/kids. She will sleep on your bed/couch if you let her. She also loves whipped cream out of a can. **NOTE** This type of breed MUST BE GROOMED. We get it done about every 3-4 months. This is the costly part about owning a Wheaten. She will come with brushes/combs/bowls/food/crate/collar/leash/medical records.