This sweet girl is Callie (also referred to as Caligator & Derpy). We adopted her four months ago and love her to pieces, but heartbreakly our resident dog does not get along with her. Despite working with an animal behavioral specialist it became apparent that our dog wasn't going to accept Callie, so we want to find her a home where she will be loved by all. At the moment we always have to keep them separate, which means having one of them shut back in a room and constantly rotating, which isn't fair to either of them. Callie is a 40lb lovable blue nose pit bull. Some of her favorite hobbies include chasing raindrops (she actually chases them), playing tug, going on walks, and cuddling with her people. Callie has a collection of stuffed squeaky toys she will move and gather from room to room and when she finds one she wants to play tug with she will come up to you and press it against your leg. She's very subtle like that! Callie doesn't destroy toys and she is perfectly well behaved when left alone in the house. Callie LOVES cats! She constantly tries to puppy play stance our cat...but all she gets in return is a hiss and the occasional swat. For now, Callie may do best in a home as the only dog until she gets more training to work on her dog reactivity. Like I mentioned earlier, Callie loves to go on walks. She is a very enthusiastic walker...we've been working on her pulling issue quite a bit. She's improved a lot since we first got her, but still has some work to do. She is dog reactive when on a leash and will bark and pull a lot. We can give you the training techniques our trainer gave us to help her with this issue. With Callie being a pit bull and all of the crazy breed restrictions out there, we are looking for a family that owns their home and won't have to worry about these issues. We want to find the perfect home for Callie that will be her forever home and full of people who love her. Speaking of families, Callie has been around our baby nephew and had no problems with him. Sniffed, licked his face, and moved on, so I have a feeling she would be good with kids (we don't have any of our own to fully test this theory however), but so far Callie has loved everyone she's met! Callie would do well in a home that in active enough to give her adequate play/training time (and let her get her zoomies out), as well as being down to let her cuddle with you as though she is a 10lb lap dog. She also gets a major case of wigglebutt whenever you come home! Callie knows basic commands from us training her and working with a trainer. She has a pretty good recall to her name when she is in the house or out in our fenced in back yard. If she gets out and goes on an off leash 'unapproved adventure' however, she tends to utilize her selective hearing skills and thinks you're playing a game of 'catch me if you can'. As of right now, she can not be an off leash dog (unless in a fenced in area), but I believe with good consistent recall training she could be! She is spayed & UTD on all vaccinations. If Callie sounds like the perfect addition to your home, please send us an email and we can talk about our sweet girl further and set up a meet and greet. It's breaking our hearts to have to find Callie a new home, but we just want what is best for her and our other dog. Sadly though, living in the same house isn't good for either of them.