Callie is overall a pretty good dog and easy to take care of. We have had Callie since she was 10 weeks old and now we have a 17 month old child. Callie doesn't understand the wildness of children and it makes her very anxious and nervous. She has not bitten our child but we as parents can't take the chance. Callie would be best in a home free of children, smaller breed animals and cats. She loves to lounge around, help in the kitchen and to be walked. She has snapped at the vet, but never bitten anyone, we use a muzzle when she has an appointment.
Callie has no medical issues and is up to date on all shots and test. She has to be muzzled when taken to vet. She gets nervous when it is thundering or fireworks are shot.
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