When the rescuers named this little one Callie, someone must have known that Callie means “Beautiful” and “Lark” depending on the language.
This wiggly, cuddly, super affectionate little girl wants to be with you, in your lap, by your side, as much as possible. Callie has mild separation anxiety, but chewing bones reduces her stress. Callie was a stray before coming into rescue. Suffering from non-contagious mange and open sores, Callie looked and felt terrible. Now her fur is a beautiful red, short-haired coat and she is becoming quite the little beauty.
She is mostly house trained, gets along with her foster brothers, and knows how to use the dog door. Callie is not crate trained, but often sleeps in her crate. We keep the crate door open and a separate dog bed in the laundry room for her. Callie does not mess in her room, but she does need to go out frequently during the day because of the medicines she is taking.
Callie does best with hard chew toys.
Callie would do best in a home with one another dog her size or bigger. She can be very active, and enjoys plenty of exercise. She does ok on a leash but is still in the learning phase.
She eats a mix of dry kibble: Trufood by Wellness and Nutrish. She also likes Salmon and Whitefish protein bars by Wellness.