Sounds like you have yourself a good one!!!!
Get her out, keep her socialized so she knows the good from the bad, and be proud if your girl.
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I've taken her everywhere in town they allow dogs. She's met lots and lots of people. When I take my kids to religious ed classes at the local Catholic church, Gretchen and I go hang out in the church's adjacent park. We've met a lot of people there. We go to Tractor Supply to pick up food, treats, and toys and she has the entire staff wrapped around her paw. She's a sweet, silly girl. I've never seen this side of her, though. I noticed on Memorial Day when we had people over that she was circling the kids and wouldn't leave them alone and thought that a good thing. This was the first time someone's approached the kids without me present, and I'm really proud of how she handled it.