I found Lola running down a busy road dodging cars with a collar and leash and no tags or chip in January of 2018. I had her checked and she is heartworm free. We had a rectal polyp removed which was non-malignant and she has been treated for worms, vaccinated and treated for a UTI. During all treatments, she was sweet and compliant. She is fine now and full of energy and weighs 46 pounds. We also had her spayed. We were fortunate enough to raise money thru Go Fund me for her surgeries, as we have limited income. She is extremely sensitive and responds very well to commands, but she must have been abused since she is very sensitive if scolded in any way. She is well housebroken and stays inside most of the time, but we try to walk her every day and fasten her on a cable outside for a few hours when the weather is good. She plays well with other animals except for some other female pit bulls. We are in our seventies, and I have mobility issues and we have no fenced yard and an older cat that has to be kept separated from Lola. We love her but feel we are doing her an injustice by not allowing her more freedom indoors and out. She would be an ideal second pet. Our pet sitter loves to keep her since she enjoys other dogs so much. She would be a joy to any family but probably not so much with babies and toddlers since she is so energetic. She is a great watchdog, but she does not bark at all in the house unless someone comes to the door. Very quiet, loving and sweet...and so very appreciative.