Whiskey distilled in Scotland, especially from malted barley. Scotch has a warm, in-your-belly range of pale golds and yellows to sun-kissed bronzes and rich ambers.
This good looking boy was found as a stray, brought into the city pound and never claimed. We have no information regarding his previous life. We named him after the Scottish drink because of his exceptional coloring. He looks and acts like a well bred dog.
Scotch is healthy and ready for adoption.
He's gorgeous! It's not easy to describe his coat color but its like a golden-liver with a bluish undertone. Pit Bulls sure come in the prettiest shades. Scotch is medium size and has a proportioned and athletic built. He's quite the looker.
Current Living Situation:
Scotch is doing pretty well at MPR shelter. He needed just a day or two to adapt and is now being a good sport about his situation and not causing any trouble. He's quickly making his way into a volunteer's favorit because he's easy to handle and eager to please. Scotch keeps his kennel neat and clean and uses his doggy-door to access his outdoor run if he needs to relieve himself.
Friendly and outgoing, Scotch seems to always be in a good mood. He does hilarious "butt-runs" in the yard but settles nicely when inside in the playroom. We are still getting to know him, but as of now, can't say anything bad about him. He's a well-balanced, charming dog who doesn't seem to have any hang-ups in life.
Scotch's Level of energy is slightly on the higher side but he's not hyper by any means. Just enthusiastic about fun-time and ready to be in the middle of the action with everyone. We bet Scotch would love long walks in the park or hiking in the woods with his family. He might even enjoy accompanying his owner on a morning run. We've actually been told by our volunteers that he walks great on the leash.
Behavior with people:
He's pretty good with people. Seems to like everyone equally. Volunteers are not reporting any issues with him and everyone agrees that he's super friendly and easy to handle. He's been described as an "excellent listener" by our volunteers.
Behavior with children:
Behavior with other dogs:
Scotch hasn't been with other dogs since being with us but was part of a small playgroup during his brief stay at the city shelter. The staff reported that he did well with females.
Behavior with other animals:
He seems generally well behaved. He was even hesitant to get on the couch when he first arrived, as if he didn't think he as allowed to. It seems like he was someone's companion and have been in a house before. We dont know for sure but he has good house manners.
Adoption Fee: $ 200
Age: 2-5 yrs
Weight: 50-60 lbs
Missouri Pit Bull Rescue makes no express or implied warranty, representation or promise to the age, health, breed, habits, disposition, behaviors, obedience, or safety of the dogs in our program. Our assessments are subjective and based on information we receive when selecting the dogs for our program, as well as observations and reports from our volunteers and caretakers. Adopters understand that no one can predict how a dog will react under all circumstances and situations.