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Bama came with us to thanksgiving dinner at a friend's house and did an amazing job! People said she was so quiet and polite (she wasn't begging under the table the way the yorkie was, nor did she try and steal the block of Brie cheese like the yorkie did. ;-)
Living in a city without a yard, her socialization has always been on leash. And as long as we have known her she has never been able to run around in a back yard (unless you count a fenced in driveway...but that has no grass). She seemed to love it...she and the one year old yorkie ran around and around. She got along with the little pug as well. She was great with all the new humans and a toddler. When dogs in the neighborhood started barking she didn't join in.
Of course her paws got all wet and I took off her turkey bandana after the first fifteen minutes so it wouldn't get dirty. She had a bath before we went and lots of brushing and a haircut as well...it's amazing how soft her coat was.
We gave her a baby carrot which she seemed to eat some of and then play with a bit. We plan to give those to her as treats/chewies when she gets a bit older.
Anyway, I have rambled on long enough. I'm just so proud of my little havapom. ;-) and seeing her with those other dogs made me really want to get a second dog...probably 100% havanese this time.