She rests her head on the window sill and keeps tabs on the bunnies, squirrels, and birds. We also have a fenced-in patio where she loves to hang out on a lounge chair taking in all the sights and sounds. I’d say that is when she is the most content and at peace.
Her recall is so-so: usually it's pretty good but she can have selective hearing if she's tuned into a critter or interested in something else. When she's in a fenced-in yard she is fine just watching, but if we are on a walk or riding in a car, she can get amped up when her prey drive kicks in and can be hard to control.
We’ve been working on redirecting, and when she is alone with me she responds beautifully. When I am walking several dogs she tends to be less responsive to my direction. Greta knows the basic commands, but obedience classes will be a plus to reinforce those skills. She will definitely need a fenced-in yard to keep her safe and home.
Greta travels well, and she eagerly hops in the car or truck to go places. She loves meeting people and isn’t shy. Sometimes she jumps up on people when she first meets them, but she quickly settles down.
She is super athletic and solid muscle. She's been going on two walks a day at a pretty fast clip. She would absolutely love to be your hiking buddy, and I suspect she would really shine with agility. She'll do best with a family or person who will get her out and about—especially if it has to do with the great outdoors.
She has lived with other dogs her whole life and would love a dog sibling. But she would be fine as an only dog, too, if she could attend doggy daycare regularly and have lots of opportunities to hang around other dogs. She is very social and thrives being around other dogs and people of all ages.