My family and I traveled to Glenallen to pick up Suki back in the summer of 2020. She was so very tiny and much too small to leave her mother, but we made her feel welcome and loved in our home ever since. She is a sassy Alaskan Malamute who loves to talk back and do things on her own accord. She hates being alone. She usually sleeps with our 2 other dogs, and if they're not there, she will cry. And if she's not with the other dogs, she's in my bed snuggled up with me, she's never alone. She loves our cat, Binx. They love to play fight, although Suki still has a very high prey drive, so I would keep an eye on the smaller animals around her. Just because of her instincts, but she has always done well with my 2 cats at home. She does well with infants and children and has so much patience. With that being said, she does have her set boundaries and doesn't like anyone pulling on her fur, tail, or ears excessively. She hasn't been around any other pets or animals so im unsure if she's okay with anything other than cats and other dogs. But she's an easygoing pup and I honestly think she will take on to other pets but just make sure to watch her at first. She sheds like crazy during spring and fall. Regular grooming is a must, or you will have hair everywhere in your home lol. She does not like going for car rides and will try to avoid it by lying down and not walking to the car. I think it's from the time she went and got spayed, she just hasn't like getting in the car ever since. She needs to be stimulated daily. She loves playing with balls, although she will not bring the ball back to you lol but she will chase after it and be so cute. She also loves chasing laser points too. She needs to be exercised daily, and that's part of the reason why im having to let her go. I have too many dogs and my husband started working out of town so it's become too much for me to handle on my own. I love her. And I want the best for my girl. It's very difficult for me to have to rehome her, but she needs more than I can offer right now. She will hesitate when you try putting her harness on until you start walking outside. She loves the snow and will try burying her head, thinking that she buried her whole body and we can't see her. If you do not exercise her or play with her, she will become destructive and get into the trash and food on the counter. She also needs a set schedule for feedings, or else she will get her food some other way. She will need to be put a distance away from other dogs to eat or else she will pick up her bowl with her mouth and try moving it to a "secure location" but also spilling out her food in the process..