Sasha is absolutely fantastic with other dogs. We fostered, then adopted, a labradoodle we call Honey, who we thought was going to die - she lay in the corner all day, would mess herself, wouldn't take any food from your hand, would only eat and drink in the middle of the night, and never barked. When Sasha arrived we weren't sure what would happen, but quickly learned that Sasha is very intuitive. She would go over and nudge Honey to get up, and when Honey would mess, Sasha would bark, but not for us... I think she was communicating how she expected Honey to behave. In 24 hours Honey was barking to go out. Sasha taught her to romp and play, and be happy. We have a lot of dogs in the neighborhood. She greets them with a wagging tail, but caution. My brother often will bring his Cocker Spaniel and Maltese over, and while Sasha wilcomes them, she bars their way into any of the bedrooms! Those are strictly for Sasha and Honey! She doesn't bark, she simply walks over them, turns around and snorts. Maggie and Bailey turn around and stay in the common rooms!
I will also say that she is great with children, from babies to teens, and accepts loud music, but isn't fond of her house being upset. When the hot water tank went out, Sasha stood on the stairs, away from the repair man, with Honey the chicken hiding under her - literally - and they're nearly the same size! When anything was brought out of the laundry room, Sasha would go and check out the item, then look in the laundry room as if to ensure the item belonged.
She's not fond of the vacuum, lawn mover, or thunder, so for any of those you can expect her to hide under the bed.
At 70+ pounds, she looks ridiculous with her head and shoulders under the bed and her tail hanging out! We'll really be sorry to see her go!