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Adoption Fee: $400
Breed: Pit Bull
Age: 6+ mths
Healthy and ready for adoption
Beautiful deep brindle coat. His almond shaped eyes and underbite add so much character to his looks.
Current Living Situation:
Fostered in a home with fenced yard and other dogs.
Monty is a mature puppy but still loves to play and could be a would be a great dogs to take on adventures with you. He loves to cuddle but can also be independent. He LOVES looking out windows and sunbathing in the yard. Monty is such a good boy. He is already well trusted in his foster home to be alone in a different room.
Behavior with people:
Monty is great with people. He loves everyone and honestly everyone loves him and always talks about how calm he is although he still gets the zoomies.
Behavior with children:
Monty has been around children and done well.
Behavior with other dogs:
Monty does great with other dogs, although he would be best matched with a low energy / low anxiety dog. Monty does get stressed when the resident dogs in the house bark or run at things, it causes him stress and we would like to avoid this. As long as the adult dogs are being calm is he great and enjoys their company. He also enjoys playing with the other puppy fosters in the home.
Behavior with other animals:
Monty is showing typical signs of pray drive, which is common in the breed. He likely wouldn't be able to share his home with a cat or any other small animals.
This boy is smart and listens to cues. He is very food motivated and will be a fun dog to train. He already is pretty well potty trained and knows how to sit, wait, touch, shake, come, stay. You can watch his wheels spin as he tries to understand what you are asking of him, it is so fun to have such a smart dog.
Even if you can’t adopt this sweetheart, you can still help by donating for their care.