Hi, my name is CAMPER - ID#A4391576. I am a male, tan and white American Pit Bull Terrier mix, and I weigh about 67 lbs. The shelter staff think I am about 1 year old, and I have been at the shelter since Mar 06, 2020. Camper is a super scared one year old. He's very nervous and needs leash training. He needs a quiet patient home to help him come out of shell. No young kids. Here are notes about Camper to better explain his condition: 3/6/2020 INTAKE ASSESSMENT Timid and ran at my approach. Was backed into a corner and kept head low and crouched away from me. I used snare to capture then muzzle wrapped and carried to truck. Did not vocalize, snap, or struggle during handling. Allowed me to chip scan and check teeth with no issues. 3/7/2020 EVALUATION Laying on bed, wide eyed and trembling when handler approached the kennel. Able to enter and leash; would not get up or exit once leashed. 3/8/2020 EVALUATION Tail tucked and whale eye when handler approached. When opening kennel canine retreated. Unable to leash. 3/8/2020 OBSERVATION Visited kennel twice. First: Laying on bed stoic; took treats tossed to him. Second: Laying on bed, but stood up and came to kennel door for treats. 3/9/2020 EVALUATION Nervous in kennel, locked to one side of guillotine. Reluctant to move once leashed, utilized bucket but canine was sedentary and stoic throughout. Entered yard reluctantly, moved around through yard but remained nervous of lead and would not walk on leash. 3/12/2020 OBSERVATION Drive by: Visited kennel twice today. First: Came to kennel door and took treats, but hesitant to take treats through kennel door from handlers hand. Second: More confident when coming to take treats and took treats from handlers hand through kennel door. Please consider Camper for your next furry family member, remembering that it may take quite a while to get him to come out of his shell. Once that happens, we believe Camper would be a loyal companion that would give you unconditional love for the rest of his days. 'URGENT' - If you have no breed restrictions, please call ASAP 520-800-4633.