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There is little in between, but he does the “Dane sit” on the couch very nicely!

Bella has demonstrated a pretty high prey drive and impulsively will chase anything that moves quickly. The good news is that she responds well to correction and redirection. With new people and other dogs, Bella does best with slow and proper introductions.

We have lots of deer and squirrels and chipmunks around and she becomes hyper focused on them. A quiet, calm environment will not much going on would be best for Bella. Bella can be selective with other dogs, but with the right one it looks like she will get along. She reacts to humans who give prolonged eye contact and who are nervous around her, and she gives the same reaction with other dogs.

The combination of clear and consistent direction along with a predictable routine has put her at ease. Bella does react to high energy dogs so you have to be careful and slow when introducing her to other dogs.

Bella has a high prey drive and has been overly excited by fast moving things including children.

She is excitable and exuberant and sometimes growls and lunges when excited to meet other dogs.

Her behavior can be misinterpreted by humans and other dogs.Anibus is excellent with his humans; he loves snuggles and is a typical Dane leaner.We had originally been told that he is dog selective, however in his foster home his foster mom states that her biggest challenge is to keep him from trying to play with her pack.So for now he sleeps with his foster brothers in the living room.Apollo is a gentle giant and gives the softest kisses.She is playful and doesn't generally go looking for trouble but tends to not back down if another dog comes at her.

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