Sally is a submissive, cuddly female who is eager to please. She will listen to and follow voice commands usually immediately, but sometimes with repeated effort on my part. She is slow to listen to me when the door bell rings or she is out in the back yard and a neighbor in the next yard is out. Sally is small, only 12-15 pounds but full of life. She is between 2-3 years old. Up to date on all shots. She sleeps with us in a small dog bed on our king size bed. She is paper trained for poop and pee (I leave one out at all times incase I didn't let her out when she had to go) She can do a couple tricks Sally adores playing with other dogs (I take her to a fenced dog park here) She plays 4 or 5 times a day with Rooney our equally sized other dog)-She would do best in a house with other dogs The downsides of Sally (but dont ALL dogs have a couple of things you want to change?) She barks a lot when outside-even at the air (this needs to be worked on) Sally wakes up on happy high-but she listens to me telling her softly to calm down and she does‰'Ű|.more work is needed on this She is sweet to everyone who comes inside the house once she stops barking‰'Ű|.BUT she is territorial outside of the house. She once chased a teen and snapped at his feet because he walked into our yard. She doesn't know how to walk on a leash‰'Ű|.she pulls THE PERFECT HOME FOR SALLY I think she would be best with an empty nester couple with someone home most of the day or has another dog. A fenced back yard would be heavenly due to the leash issue. And another dog since Sally has lived with Rooney for 2 years. The couple should want a cuddly dog and not mind if she sleeps with them. Sally is a wonderful dog, As I said, I am very said that she can not stay with us.