But not about two dogs or cats; she wanted her pets to be distinct. However, she did have a fear that her two favorites would not get along. First, Diana got a German Shepherd named Nova;
she was a very playful and intelligent dog, and Diana soon began introducing her to other animals; as a result, the dog got along with everyone,
and as soon as she realized that the dog would react normally to the second pet, she got a sma. She pursued the ferry Paco and Nova are inseparable; they play, sleep, and eat together.
In addition, the packo, despite his diminutive size, is always very patient with the parents; the shepherd manages the infant with great care, never loses site of him, and takes care of him. Diana asserts that despite