Katniss, Kat for short, is a 4-year-old Red Tri Australian Shepherd. She is spayed, up-to-date on her shots, and micro-chipped. Kat is such a happy dog. She is so loving and ready to please and easy to teach new things to. She is extremely food motivated. She has rarely met a stranger. She is house trained, however, she can become very anxious and have an accident in the house. She is kennel trained and sleeps well in a kennel. It is hard for her to settle down to sleep without the kennel, and she will always potty in the house if not in the kennel. She wants to do any activity that you are doing, walks, hikes, runs. She is also happy to lay in the house while her person is reading, cooking or cleaning. She eats in her kennel, she can be food aggressive with other dogs; never with her person. She is very good with adults and children. She is good with cats. She loves chew toys, stuffies, Nyla bones, balls. She does not have any bad chew habits. She walks well on a leash using a Gentle Leader/Head Harness. She is so excited to go for a walk that she is a puller. She is very good in a fenced yard. She loves car rides, but I recommend that she be in a harness or kennel. She's very good getting a bath, dry and brush and has had many. She is afraid of thunder or any loud noise like firecrackers or gunshots, she is good in the house. Commands that she is good at: sit, down, recall, lay down. The number one negative trait is how she greets people. If loose she jumps on them and will use her mouth and teeth to greet people. She is not biting and she's not aggressive with people. She is a licker. She's good with kids but being with small children might not be good because she is all over them and would knock them down. She is selective with how she gets along with other dogs. She is very jealous of other dogs and wants all of the attention from people. We feel she would do best in a home as an only dog. If she sees a rabbit, squirrel or livestock she will chase it, if she gets more than 25 feet away from you, you won't get her back easily. She does need the person to be the leader and make the decisions, not her.