Khloe is a blonde cutie with an infectious smile. She is currently a foster from the local shelter and has been with my wife and I for almost 5 months. Now comfortable with us, she likes to be close to her humans and will follow us around at home. She is a good work-from-home companion and dozes on the bed or couch while we work. While she doesn't always sleep in the bed with us, she likes to lay with us and give kisses before sometimes choosing to sleep on the carpet or floor in the bedroom. She enjoys her walks and will often give a 'happy howl' when she sees her leash coming out. She has learned to enjoy toys and chasing tennis balls. We do not crate Khloe and have not had any issues leaving her in the house alone for a few hours (no more than 4-5). While calm and loving at home now Khloe can be reactive to new stimuli. We have worked 1-1 with a trainer and her new humans should be experienced dog people who can commit to her continued and consistent training (with or without a trainer). Known triggers for Khloe include runners or people running, bikers, skateboards, other dogs and some humans. Given somewhat unpredictability around some humans specifically outside the home on walks, we have begun muzzle training with her and are working up to using the muzzle while on walks in densely populated areas (like New York City where we are currently located with her). Khloe would do best in a quieter environment outside the city and we've had a wonderful time with her in upstate New York where we often visit family. She would do well in a home with a large, enclosed yard, daily walks and adult humans who have the time and patience to dedicate to her continued training. Khloe will need to be the only pet in the home and without young children.