This dog's owner died of a heart attack. We took her in from a family member of the original owner who had her after he died. She's been fantastic around all 3 of our children. We have two large male dogs and a medium female dog which she gets along with. At first she and the other female dog bumped heads on a few occasions but nothing serious. She is great around all of our cats as well. She would do best as an only dog I believe and with an individual or a family that has time to spoil her. She's extremely sweet. She can sit and lay down. I've worked with her on a leash. She is fun to take on runs or walks. She naps a lot. She does get bursts of fun energy once in a while but is mostly lazy. She loves snacks and will watch you eat every time. She is house/potty trained. She does not like the cold or to be left outdoors, ever. She needs to be an indoor dog. A fenced yard would be beneficial. Short haired/hardly sheds. She loves to sleep in our bed and is good at sharing space/she's not a bed hog. She doesn't always get to sleep in our bed and is fine sleeping on her blankets. This is a large, sweet, extremely loving dog that will ONLY go to absolute best home possible. We live on a small farm with horses, a mule, chickens, ducks, other dogs and cats. I can't let her off of a leash when we are outdoors because I am too afraid of her running up the road and getting hit by a car - I think she would stick around at this point in time but cannot take any chances (our 3 dogs stay on our land). She's absolutely incredible and deserves the best.