Opie came to Nana's from a family that had to move into an apartment where the manager didn't understand how loving and what great dogs Pit Bulls are. He was about 6 months old when he had to leave his home. He did get adopted but the resident male dog was not interested in sharing his home, so Opie came back to Nana's. We've watched him turn into a very handsome young dog who loves to be petted and scratched. Opie loves to play fetch and gets along great with female dogs. He's not very good with other male dogs, so he'd be better suited to a home where there's only female dogs or no other dogs. Opie is very active, but is always willing to lay down with you and take a nap. A perfect home for Opie would have a person who likes to jog or run, and would be willing to take Opie along, and probably no children under 12. He knows a few commands is crate & house trained, but does like to play pretty rough. Opie is about two years old now and would really blossom in a home of his own.
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