Tisha Roo Bushtail is a kangaroo character in Extinctioners. She is a feisty wife and mother who'd much rather be a loving mother than a fighter (but when loved ones are threatened, she's proven to be quite fierce). She's an expert with the boomerang.
Miss Tisha-Roo was a stray brought to Kansas City Animal Shelter. To everyone's surprise, she was never claimed. Intake staff had fallen in love with her silly ears and happy personality and put a plea out for her to come to our program.
Adoption Fee: $150
Breed: Pit Bull
Age: 1-3 yrs
Weight: 55-65 lbs
Color: Blue Fawn Buckskin
Healthy, spayed, vaccinated and ready for adoption.
Medium size, blue fawn velvety coat, very muscular and well proportioned. Tisha is a heck of a beauty and her silly ears add to her charm.
Tisha is enjoying life at MPR's shelter. She does well in her kennel but would much rather be in a home. She likes interaction with people, and sharing all the attention with the other shelter dogs is not her cup of tea. She's a good sport though and keeps her chin up.
VERY outgoing, fun-loving, energetic and playful. Tisha is people-oriented and loves a good time. She's confident without being defiant. She's super smart!
Tisha is quite enthusiastic when it comes to greeting's but learning to control her eagerness. She's a pretty typical happy pitie, comical and playful.
Behavior with people:
Loves all people. Greets everyone with ardor and spirit. She is a little jumpy. We are working on it. Sometimes she's just a little too-happy-for-her-own-good but nothing that is not commonly seen with the breed.
Overall, Tisha is a fun-loving gal, comfortable in her skin and always in a good mood.
Behavior with children:
We haven't seen her with children, but her disposition is outgoing and cheerful. She's not shy or standoffish. That said, a home with older kids is preferred due to her jumping and energy. With leadership and consistency we dont anticipate this behavior to become a long-term issue but she is definitely exuberant when meeting people and not great at recognizing her strength. Tisha will not be placed in a home with toddlers and small children but would love a house full of teenagers!
Behavior with other dogs:
Unknown. She's a pretty typical Pit Bull. Confident and high-spirited. Tisha will not be placed with another female. Might be ok with a compatible male who'd let her be the queen but only with someone who has a good understanding of the breed and knows how to supervise an manage high-strung dogs. No dog-parks for this funny-lady. She wont back down if challenged by other dogs and she is VERY strong and determined.
Behavior with other animals:
Unknown. We dont recommend a home with cats.
She's a smart girl and very enthusiastic for anything fun. Turn training into a good time, and she'll be right into it!
House breaking is in progress.
VIDEO: Obedience Training Class
UPDATE: Tisha has been enrolled in obedience training and as we expected, she is acing it! She's loves to be engaged physically and mentally and is super sharp. Tisha completed Obedience 1.0 and is currently learning the limits of her body and spacial awareness via pre-agility classes. Balancing acts, beams, ladders, etc. She will be learning to “read” (recognize commands from a cue card) next class in order to improve her formidable intellectual abilities.
She's GORGEOUS! She's SMART! She's ATHLETIC! and we love a dog who's appearance and brain match their fun-loving personalty. That's the case with this entertaining beauty. Although her pictures make her look more serious than she is. Tisha Roo is a fun-loving gal with a clown-like nature who loves to have a good time. Provide her with a good outlet for her energy (large yard, long walks, training, etc.) and the next best thing is cuddle-time with loved-ones.
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.