She does well on a leash. She knows not to pull. She does not venture off on walks. She doesn't dig. A very mellow dog, however she doesn't like being home alone.   When I go to work, I leave her in my room and when I come back, she has scraps of paper torn up.  For the most part she is a great dog.

Breezy is a great dog. She's house trained and does really well in the house.  When we walk up to her, she immediately lays down on her side with her butt in the air. She's very friendly. She does well with other dogs.  I have another  Siberian Husky named "Ghost" and when we first introduced them, Ghost was the aggressor. But now she is the aggressor. If we feed Ghost before her she gets really moody. She starts to bark and growl. But we ignore it and she tends to walk away and stares at Ghost and waits her turn. She does well with my kids, (1, 3, and a 4 year old) and she does well with 3 and up.  My 2 year old nephew was over and used to stand on, as a step stool and she growled and it and pushed him off with her nose.  No biting and he laughed.

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