An ancient stone, that was used in the past, in every aspect of people's lives, to make tools, knives and other useful objects. It became a sacred stone that drew the help of the Gods to their lives.
Flint was found running the streets by a volunteer in Wichita, Kansas.
Ridiculously cute! This big puppy (look at those paws) is currently undergoing treatment for a skin condition caused by neglect before his rescue. Despite a rough start at life, Flint is one happy-go-lucky puppy.
ID Number: #
Adoption Fee: $135
Breed: Pit Bull
Age: 8 to 10 months old
Color: Light Red with White
Good with dogs: NA
Good with cats: NA
Health Condition: Flint is near the end of a treatment for a bacterial infection. His hair is growing back and his skin is not terribly itchy anymore. He could still use medicated bath for a few more months but we think the worse is over. Flint will most likely benefit from a grain-free diet for the rest f his life.
Living Situation: Flint is learning to respect structure and leadership at MPR shelter. He's a teenager dog and will try to test boundaries if you let him. He is eager to please however and loves to make his loved-ones happy. He keeps his kennel clean at the shelter and is not destructive.
Ideal forever home for this fun-loving boy would have a large fenced yard and an active lifestyle. Flint would be good with a female dog who could handle his puppy play or as an only pet if he's getting enough attention. Older kids would also be ideal. He's a playful goofball and loves to be in the middle of the action with everyone.
Personality: Flint is a teenage pup who loves to be close to people He is goofy and loving pup. He is unsure of new surrounding but opens up quickly. Flint is full of energy during the day and always ready for a good time. At night tough, he will lay down next to you and not move until the morning.
Flint has a middle ground disposition. Not overley submissive, and might even be a little pushy at times but he is not dominant. He's actually very eager to please when he recognises leadership, which he thrives on.
Behavior with people: Flint is very people-oriented. He enjoys everyone's companion, small or big. He has a positive energy that is quite contagious. It's hard to be mad at him when he looks at you with his funny ears and silly face. He loves to amuse people and wont miss an occasion to make everyone laugh, friends and strangers alike.
Behavior with children: We are working on jumping when first meeting new people but other than that, he's comfortable with people of all ages and sizes. As a teenager dog, a home with older/bigger kids is preferred as he could accidently knock over a toddler. He's very much an outgoing clown though and we think he would love a home with active kids.
Behavior with other dogs: Flint has been around other dogs before and was very playful. Possibly a little too playful for senior dogs. We think he would do well with a young and energetic female who would appreciate his play style. As with any bully type dogs, roughhousing should always be supervised.
Behavior with other animals: Flint hasn't been around any other type of animals.
Training: Flint is crate trained but can be a little vocal if he's the only one in the crate and everyone else, kids, adults and other dogs, are out. Who would blame him? He just doesn't want to miss out on the fun.
Flint is housebroken and will let you know if he has to go once you learn his signals. He knows sit and kennel-up.
Best Attribute: Flint is a funny and loving guy who enjoys being an entertainer and the light of the party. He has a great disposition and very people-oriented nature. He's cute as can be with his comical ears and loves to make people laugh. He's also a cuddle-dog in the making and promises to keep you warm at night if you left him share the bed.