She recently had both ACLs repaired. Halo is a great dog, but often overlooked, as many of the Pittie types are.
Halo is house trained, is good on a leash, and knows how to behave in a home. She’s already had lots of training, including being crate trained as well; she’ll even go into the crate on her own when she’s tired.
Halo loves kids, and would be a great family dog, and she's been around the young children in her foster home. She snuggles and sleeps with them, and absolutely adores them. She is great with people; like a Lab Retriever, she wants to meet everyone. Halo is young, playful and active, but knows when it’s playtime, and knows when to chill.
She’d be a good dog for young first-timers; perhaps a couple with young children. She’s good with other dogs for the most part, pending intros; but probably not a playmate.
And finally, she loves berries! She actually picks and eats them herself in the foster family’s yard; and her favorites are strawberries and raspberries.
For more on Halo or other pets who need forever homes, contact Protectors of Animals.