"Shes just an all around GREAT girl. Calm, polite, loving and wonderful with all. What more could you ask for?"" explains one of our volunteers. And they are spot on! Very well mannered and easy going as we leashed her up in her kennel to head out for photos, SERENITY is just that...a very serene, happy, pleasant lady who finds friends no matter where she goes and no matter who she meets. Serenity almost does not need an introduction with other dogs as she is perfect in saying ""hi"" and becoming chum chum with new 4 legged encounters. She was off leash running and playing with a good mish mash of dogs...male and female...and of different personalities. Her bestie was Fern, a more shy doggy (with humans). The two of them immediately hit it off and the two of them ran and played and shoulder butted and really enjoyed each others company. Serenity was fine with everyone and would be a great choice to use as a tester dog with future evaluations. She might say however, ""Id really rather be tucked into my new home doting on humans vs forever making doggy friends at the shelter."" Serenity made doggy testing super easy and certainly her care-free, go with the flow, friendly face attitude made her a hit with all. Serenity would be perfectly suited in a home with other dogs and more sturdy kids (only because of her size). Check out this lovely lady - Shell make you glad you did!
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