Bombo is a spanish drum traditionally made of a hollowed tree trunk. Bombo is also believed to be derived from "Thumbon", the name of a renowned tribesman in Australia.
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In his inaugural days of MPR, Bombo was briefly in a foster home before his short lived adoption. He was then, through no fault of his own, brought back to our program. Bombo is acclimating to shelter routine; although he does know what having a home is like. What a tremendous sight it would be to see Bombo enter into a loving home! A home to snuggle up with a family.
Adoption Fee: $150
Breed: Pit Bull
Age: 11-48 mths
Weight: 65-75 lbs
Bombo is healthy and ready for adoption.
Bombo is white with a medium brown patch on the side of his head and left ear. He has several matching brown patches along his back, and he is brown with white fur on his hind end. He has a lean & athletic build. Bombo's eyes have a sweet, sullen look to them that can speak volumes as he hold his gaze. He has his natural ears to help him express himself.
Current Living Situation:
Bombo is a treasured guy here at the MPR shelter. He can be reserved when meeting someone for the first time. Bombo is respectful of his space, well behaved in common areas, nondestructive, and highly astute. He loves playing with toys! Bombo is aspiring to be an accomplished leash walker.
Bombo has a heart of gold and is a seriously charming boy! He can be bashful when meeting someone new or with a new experience. He is learning to trust new people, and may require a small measure patience to navigate his new surroundings. Bombo is an especially skilled at the art of the SNUGGLE! He loves to be right with you at your desk. Bombo could even be your best bathroom buddy or maybe a laundry helper. Bombo loves to play with toys and can occupy himself if you'd rather fold laundry alone. Bombo would also love to get out and go for a nice walk to help keep those leash manners progressing. He is remarkably brilliant. There is no question that he would prosper with brain games and other interactive activities or toys. Backyard zoomies are a must for this active boy!
Behavior with people:
Bombo warms up to new faces and things in a timely manner and is well mannered once acclimated.
Behavior with children:
Unknown. We have not had opportunity to see how Bombo does with children.
Behavior with other dogs:
While in his limited stay in foster, it was reported that Bombo flourished with other dogs of various ages. With proper introductions, he could live with a compatible female in his forever home.
Behavior with other animals:
It is currently unknown how Bombo would do with other animals in the home.
Bombo is quite exceptional with his commands: Sit, Look, Touch, Shake, and Wait. He does not have accidents in his kennel. Bombo is eager to learn with the correct motivation and is working hard on his leash manners, after all practice makes perfect!
Bombo is the whole package! He is classically handsome, a lover boy, AND he's got the smarts to boot! You will never be lonely with Bombo by your side, his snuggles could keep you warm during these cold winter months and would be a great guy to have on your next adventure when the weather breaks!
Even if you can’t adopt this sweetheart, you can still help by donating for their care.
Information updated on 1/22/2024 - KO