Derby loves playing w/other dogs and can go forever. She shows interest in our cats, but ours are dog-savvy and have kept her in her place. She'd probably be fine w/like barn cats, but maybe not house feline friends. She loves to play w/toys and is always up for a good game of fetch.
Derby came into foster care very wary of new people. She is still not a "social" dog (she isn't going to run up and greet a stranger of pets), but she has spent all summer at a dog training facility w/me in Montana and has met TONS of people. She now warms up much more quickly. On the upside, you know she's never going to blow you off on a course to go visit a bar setter! LOL. Derby rides very well crated in a car. She is doing great w/her house and crate training and will tell you when she needs to go out.
Derby is a high drive, high energy, tiny ball of blurred fur. She is looking for an experienced performance home ONLY. We will require a trainer reference, as well as a detailed list of your training/trialing/titling accomplishments before processing your application. She will need an adult home w/a fully fenced yard. She greatly benefits from balanced training techniques. This dog will be AMAZING at agility...she's got everything she needs to kick rear in that sport. She'll probably be a great obedience, rally, disc, flyball dog too...the sky is the limit for this wild child.