Dalia is a 4.5 year old 65-70 lb pit bull. We've had her for 4 years and love her to death, but because of some aggressive behavior toward our infant son, we need to re-home her. Dalia is a sweet, weird dog who loves to be around people. She wants to be part of a pack and be included as much as possible. She's also a dominant dog with a high prey drive. She loves to go on runs, hikes, and long walks and does generally need a lot of exercise. She also enjoys running lures and does well pulling weights. She'd be a great dog for a very active person. After she's worn out, she's happy to snuggle and snooze on the couch. Dalia is crate-trained and knows some commands (no, sit, stay, come, etc). She is not very good on a leash and is not well-suited to apartment living. As mentioned, she does have a high prey drive and should not live with cats and small dogs. She is fine with larger dogs with a slow introduction. Because of her reaction with our son, she should also not be placed with small children or babies, but has done fine when older children (8+) who are comfortable around dogs have visited. She's not a dog to give to your kids! She's very strong and needs to be taken care of by an adult. She's gone through intensive training and has Saturday use of a lure course on a private dog park in Manassas, VA. She will also come with the gear with we've bought for her: large cage, leashes, flirt pole, food toys. She's up-to-date on vaccines, heartworm, and flea meds. We love Dalia, and we really want to find a new, wonderful home for her. She's currently being boarded, but we can only afford to pay for her boarding through the end of the month. We don't feel comfortable taking her home. If we can't place her by 1/2, we'll have to surrender her to the local shelter.