From the owner's pen: "Indy is a good-natured and curious immigrant. This dark beauty has Austrian roots. Therefore, it is no wonder that when she hears a German, and especially if sung, Indy perks up. It certainly reminds her of something familiar and safe. In general, Indy is affectionately interested in different sounds. On one of our forest trips a sudden gust of wind made the trees sway and hum. Indy stopped, turned his head for a long time, and listened. Indy is not Einstein, but it is possible that he learned from our previous storm trip that the trees can fall with a rumble, and that certain sounds are worth watching out for. Indy loves to frolic and run in the woods. The bolder and blacker the terrain, the more fun she has. Indy is agile and fast and it is fun when our other dogs can’t catch her. When Indy keeps her mouth even a little open, her lower teeth stick out slightly. Looks like she's wearing a Voldemort mask. Admittedly, Indy is never mean, although she often tries to discipline our other dogs. Indy often messes around alone at night. Indy is one of those dogs that never die."