"She's got Bette Davis eyes.....you won't have to think twice." One look at and Lotus and you will fall in love. Lotus has quite a story. She was hit by an 18 wheeler and landed in the middle of a busy road. With cars going all around her. A guardian angel stopped and managed to put her in the car and take her to the nearest veterinarian. Amazingly, Lotus had no broken bones, suffered internal bruising and a bit of a limp. All of which has healed! Lotus has beautiful features including her stunning eyes. She is white with a brown face mask. She weighs 60 lbs and is a pit bull mix. With one ear up and one ear down all the time, it looks as if she is saying, "huh?" Inquisitive by nature and always ready to learn, Lotus knows commands. She will sit, stay and lay down at your request. Even more impressive she will sit and stay with a simple hand command. She is house trained and crate trained. She is very affectionate and loves to have her belly rubbed. An expert with the downward dog posture, its no wonder she enjoys yoga and spa music. Lotus has been known to watch T.V., in fact, she might even block your view if she's really interested. Always responsive and obedient she will be a great companion and protector to her owner. Lotus has a special stuffed toy that she throws in the air and catches (occasionally). There is no doubt she has athletic abilities! She loves to play the tug game with her stuffed shark, and of course, most of the time she is the winner! Lotus needs to be the only dog in the family. Loyalty and protection is her specialty. This combination makes her interested in what you are doing daily. Her energy level is high, a must have is a 6 ft fenced yard, with access to her home environment. Lotus is somewhat suspicious of other dogs and people that she is unfamiliar with. You can also visit Lotus' Facebook profile here: https://www.facebook.com/A-New-Home-for-Lotus-101703874531975/ Lotus is participating in The Love Pit's iREHOME program, so ongoing care and custody are provided by their foster, not by TLP. All behavior and medical information is provided by their caretaker, and TLP encourages all adopters to verify the information with their caretaker prior to adoption.