Nisa loves going to college in Oregon. But she doesn't like the rain!
Nisa is our princess. Her chosen place to sleep is across our pillows like a big pajama stuffie! Relaxed (she is actually not similar in disposition to any of our other dogs as “relaxed” is not generally a herding dog attribute!) and calm she goes to college with my daughter, flies with her in the cabin as her service dog, sleeps on the floor in the various classrooms and hangs out on the lawn with students and the other dogs. One professor called her his most loyal student. She is friends with anyone and anything. She is so easy going we have wondered how smart she is… but then she does things like bark at the door when all of the comfy chairs are taken and when someone opens the door to let her out she pops up into their chair and curls up. She may be smarter than all of us. We added a kitten to the family this summer and as wasn’t her character she leapt toward the kitten whenever he was near, jaws snapping. I finally figured out that she couldn’t see him and was only doing what she could to check him out. I cut the hair around her eyes so she could see him and they became best buddies!