I got Fawn at a rescue when she was about three months. I found her through a friend who found her on Instagram on the rescues profile. I immediately fell in love but didn’t want to get attached to the photo and also wanted to wait until my parents were in town so they could give their opinion as well. I went and looked at her and her littler (two others plus her was left) with my parents and we looked at the others before her. They were much more excited and approached us instantly when we walking into the kennels. Fawn was held in a separate kennel by herself and I wanted to see her as well since she was the soul reason I came. She was much more calmer than her sisters, but gave affection to me and my parents. She was such a sweetheart and again stole my heart. My mother told me she was the one after seeing me hold her and I couldn’t agree more. My first week with her, she was scared of almost everything and wanted me to hold her as much as I would let her. Going into pet stores to get her supplies and toys she couldn’t handle and seeing bigger dogs made her cower and tinkle. Though today she loves going to pet stores, meeting new dogs (sometimes she gets scared if the other dog is excited) and is a big ball of energy. She is super smart and can learn a trick in a snap, but she also try’s to outthink me. I don’t allow her on the furniture but when I am gone I always find her on my couch thanks to my security camera. When I am home she doesn’t even try to get up on the furniture. One down side going on right now, and probably due to the fact that I have a new job and I am not with her as much anymore, is she is starting to dig holes and chew on my couch. So, a solution that has helped at least with the chewing is getting her stuffed animals, I think she just likes the stuffing that flies everywhere. But definitely like the blog has mentioned, Labanys are a very energetic dog and needs to be exercised more than the average and should only be with active people and families.