Callie was my daughter's dog and she can no longer keep her bc of a move. Callie is great with our cat and our other dog. She loves to sit in your lap and loves to sleep in your bed. She knows basic commands: sit, stay, come. Callie is fabulous on walks; even off lease she will heal. She isn't food aggressive. And she is a good scorpion and centipede spotter! So why put her up for adoption? She nipped my son in the face twice. It was his 'fault' for being in her face but it was otherwise unprovoked. She also bit my son-in-law because he was 'disciplining' Callie; she bit his hand when he grabbed her collar. She loves her family, BUT she isn't a fan of strange adults. She like kids and teens and even young adults, but grown ups, especially women are her trigger (unless you are her new family). She has never bitten anyone unprovoked but will bark like a crazy dog at strange adults. Guess this makes her a good guard dog. Her ideal home would be a single adult or couple willing to win her heart. Not a lot of house guests in and out. Other pets totally fine. A person experienced with the vizsla breed would be preferable.