We found Tasha in a newspaper ad. Our family liked the breed so we decided to go look. I can still remember that day. All the puppies were so cute! But there was one in particular that stood out to us. She wouldn't let the boys beat her up; she stood up for herself. We liked that in a dog. It wasn't hard to house train her; she learned to whine at the door when she needed to do her business. She was full of energy and fun-loving. Now she is three years old, but she acts the same way she did as a puppy. We take her everywhere, and she's a big part of our lives and in our family!