|Looks Like:||Terrier, American Pit Bull
|Date of Birth:||2018-03-21|
|Dog Score:||3 - Has had mixed notes about interacting with dogs in the shelter or at home. A candidate to live with other dogs.|
|Cat Score:||U - No Information Yet|
|Child Score:||U - No Information Yet|
|Home Alone Score:||U - No Information Yet|
On top of being a total sweetheart, Natalie LOVES playing with other dogs. Whether at playgroup at the shelter or in her foster home with the resident pups, Natalie has a blast mixing it up with all her doggie pals. It's very possible that Natalie was a professional wrestler in a previous life as she adores rough-housing, jumping off the couch and doing all kinds of flips and acrobatics while she's playing. There's never a dull moment when Natalie's around!
As much as she enjoys her doggie friends, Natalie bonds very close with her people and will stay by your side like an adorable little shadow - even if you walk away while she's eating, she'll leave her food to follow you. If you work from home, Natalie can't wait to be your full-time co-worker, but she'd also do well in a home with other dogs to keep her company when her people aren't around.
Truly the best of both worlds, Natalie the perfect dog for someone who enjoys going adventuring but is also up for lots of kisses and cuddles. If you're looking for a fun and friendly companion for you and your pups, Natalie's your girl!
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