Margo Bia Gru
She has a sarcastic sense of humor and wit, shown especially when Gru says not to touch anything, to which she replies 'Uh huh, what about the floor?' and 'And what about the air?', and she also mocks Gru's accent.
Little puppy Margo was surrendered to the pound by a family who could not care for her any longer. Margo was very sick at the time but has since made a full recovery. Margo is now learning all about the good life in a caring foster home.
Adoption Fee: $200
Breed: Pit Bull
Age: 12 - 16 weeks
Color: White & Tan
Margo had contracted parvo virus prior to her rescue. This is actually the reason her family gave her up as they couldn't afford her care. Thanks to the great folks at KCPP and their smazing "Parvo Ward", Margo has made a full recovery and is now back on her feet, healthy and VERY happy to be alive.
Margo is spayed, microchipped and up-to-date on vaccinations.
White with tan patches. Hard to predict how big she will be as full grown. She seems very average age for a Pit Bull puppy her age.
Margo is fostered in a home with two adult humans and one dog, Female, Lab/Pit Mix, 2 years old. She is crated when home alone and sleeps in her crate at night. Crate training is in progress but so far so very good. She's doing very well for her age.
Margo is a smart little one. She loves to sit and watch you. She loves hanging out with you but also doesn't mind chewing on a bone in her bed.
For the first two nights, we have not had an accident in the kennel. She also has hardly whined in her kennel. She loves playing with her foster sister and takes correction well when she's being a turd. She is feisty and ornery but it comes with a quirky personality.
Margo appears to have a bit of a dominant personality but she is very smart and very receptive to training. She has a tendency to think she is the boss, but we are working on informing her that humans are actually the boss. She's learning and overall she's a fairly easy-going pup.
Behavior with people:
Everyone's a long lost friend! Margo loves people and she can't believe anyone wouldn't think she's totally irresistible. She's a fun-loving puppy, very outgoing, comfortable in her own skin and eager to meet folks of all ages, shapes and colors.
Behavior with children:
We dont think a home with kids over 12 would be a problem. When it comes to younger kids, it depends on the parent's experience, leadership and management. Margo is a typical puppy and she uses her mouth to bond and to test boundaries. Young children dont have the necessary matury to handle normal puppy behaviors and young dogs often lose their home due to the parent's inability to intervene properly. Please keep this in mind if you have kids under 10. Adult dogs often make a better match for homes with young children.
Behavior with other dogs:
Margo does well with the adult female in her home but she does have a dominant personality. Margo will not be placed in a home with another female. She might do well with a compatible and patient male or would thrive as an only pet.
Behavior with other animals:
Margo is already great on a leash. She goes out on outings with foster mom and her dog (also on a leash) and is learning about life.
Margo is starting to understand that the word sit goes along with the action she is doing. She's very smart.
She has only had a handful of accidents. She has pooped inside a couple times and peed inside once. So far she keeps her kennel pretty clean (even with foster mom being gone 8 hours a day today). She is starting to nail down sit. She is really smart and will try to mimic my dog when I give my dog commands.
She's cute, funny, happy and full of love for life. Her enthusiasm for fun is contagious. She's an outgoing puppy who loves people and is always in a good mood.