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This fun-loving dude was hanging out in a bad part of town by himself, scaring folks in the neighborhood because of his appearance. Definitely not because of his demeanor. The dog is a happy-go-lucky doofus! Animal control was called and took him to the pound. He was never claimed. The staff loved his goofy personality and put a plea out for his rescue in hope he wouldn't fall in the wrong hands again.
Adoption Fee: $150
Breed: Pit Bull
Age: 1-3 yrs
Weight: 55-65 bls
Color: White with brindle patches.
Roblox is healthy and ready for adoption. He might have some mild skin allergies. We are monitoring his condition. As of now, "if" he does have some skin issues, they are very minor. We will update his bio as needed.
Handsome young man. Average size. Great build. Beautiful white coat with striking brindle patches and evenly cropped ears. This dog is a stud! ... A neutered stud mind you, but a stud nonetheless, lol!
PS. Roblox likes to act a fool when we try to take his pictures and doesn't always collaborate. He just wants to goof around instead. He's much better looking in person.
This happy clown is enjoying life at MPR. He seems pretty pleased with his new living arrangements and is not complaining whats-so-ever. He's great in his kennel. Quiet and patient. He uses his doggy-door to potty outside. While he keeps the indoor side clean, he does like to redecorate his living quarter by moving his dog-bed around. He is such a comedian.
Very juvenile. Barely an adult, he behaves more like a big puppy. The dog is funny as heck! An entertaining clown who loves to amuse the gallery with his silly antics. He cracks us up.
Energy is medium level. He's actually pretty chill but he loves to play, and he plays hard!
As we said he is puppyish and determined. He's a typical teenager bully breed. He needs to learn and he is willing to do so. He will need a home with structure and leadership in order to thrive.
Behavior with people:
Friendly, outgoing, confident. A little full of himself. He loves to play but can get a little rough. Our training team is addressing this behavior and he's making progress already.
Rob is comfortable around all people and really doesn't seem to be the kind of dog to worry about anything. Super easy-going but he loves to roughhouse. He's what we call a "guy's dog". He will need a home that can provide him with strong leadership and a lot of structure. He's VERY smart and he loves obedience training.
Behavior with children:
No kids recommended for now. He can be mouthy, clumsy and very much a playful teenager.
Behavior with other dogs:
He liked playing with other dogs during his stay at the local pound. Please keep in mind that those play-groups are strictly supervised by professional dog-trainers so not always a perfect indication of future interactions with other dogs. What we know though, is that as of now, he likes to play but can be a little annoying with roughhousing. We think he could do well with a young, playful and easy-going female who could handle his puppy energy as long as owners have a good understand of the breed and know how to manage the dogs interaction.
Behavior with other animals:
He's smart and he loves to show off. He's been enrolled in obedience class and we will update his bio as needed. He's pretty green but someone did work with him at some point. He knows sit and lay down. He loves to do his tricks for a treat and an enthusiastic response. He's a smart dog, but turns into an inattentive goof when bored. Nothing problematic or unexpected for a dog his age. Positive leadership will do wonder with him. He loves to be engaged mentally.
He's gorgeous! He's funny! He's smart and he's SUPER entertaining!
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.