Tiara means crown in Latin. Symbolism of the name Tiara: Tiara is a name of royalty and prestige
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Some of the dogs in our program are adopted before we get to know them. Some stay longer but require several weeks to show their character. Some dogs receive additional evaluations and training by professionals if needed.
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Before joining MPR, Tiara was relinquished to the city shelter when her previous family sadly lost their housing. She and a male pit bull from the home went into the shelter's care.
Adoption Fee: $175
Breed: Pit Bull
Age: 2-4 yrs
Weight: 50-60 lbs
Tiara is currently being treated for an ear infection, but is doing well! She has a slight cauliflower ear, and it's been determined that surgery is not necessary.
Tiara has a liver and white coat with the most adorable freckled pink nose. Her expressive golden brown eyes are full of love. She has a muscular, athletic build with a large block head and dainty legs. She's a beautiful, medium sized girl!
Current Living Situation:
Tiara is living in a foster home with access to a fenced in yard. She is the only pet in the home. Tiara is crate trained and stays in her kennel when left home alone and overnight. There is a neighboring dog who she does not pay any mind to. She loves going on walks and exploring her suburban neighborhood!
Tiara is sweet and eager to please. She is a quick learner and swiftly acclimated to her foster home. She is very loving, and will ask for pets and kisses. She gives great hugs! Tiara is also very playful and a goofball! She has a medium energy level and a well-balanced personality. She is learning about toys and treats. She has had puppies in the past, but she's enjoying being the baby and soaking up all of the attention and affection!
Behavior with people:
Tiara loves people! She is outgoing, friendly, and well-mannered when meeting new people. She quickly bonds with anyone who shows her kindness.
Behavior with children:
She has not been exposed to children in her foster home, so her exact behavior is unknown at this time. Given her friendly nature, she may do well with older children in the home.
Behavior with other dogs:
Tiara lived with a male dog in her previous home. She is doing well being the only pet in the home, but she'd also love a doggy friend to play with! With proper introductions, she could live with a compatible male in her forever home.
Behavior with other animals:
Tiara has shown signs of a low to moderate prey drive. Foster mom describes her as a "fair weather squirrel chaser."
Tiara is eager to please and has been very responsive and attentive to continued training. She is working on perfecting house training, and knows how to sit quickly learned to stay.
Tiara's best attribute is her sweet, and grateful personality. She is a happy dog and can't wait to find her forever family to love on!
Even if you can’t adopt this sweetheart, you can still help by donating for their care.
Information updated on 01/22/2024 - KO