Wilma Flintstone is a fictional character in the television animated series The Flintstones. Wilma is the red-headed wife of caveman Fred Flintstone, daughter of Pearl Slaghoople, and mother of Pebbles Flintstone.
Wilma and her counterpart, Fred Flintstone, were found as strays. These two goofballs come to life when they’re together and MPR took on the challenge to find a forever home dedicated to keeping this bonded pair together.
Adoption Fee: $200
Breed: Boxer/American Bulldog Mix
Age: 2-5 yrs
Weight: 60-70 lbs
Wilma is healthy and ready for adoption.
Wilma has a snow-white coat and piercing baby blue eyes. There are some light brown splotches on her ears. She has a thick and very soft coat. She is shedding a little bit but lets you easily brush her with no apprehension.
Wilma is quickly adjusting to life at the MPR shelter. She was a bit unsure about her surroundings when she arrived, but she promptly came out of her shell and is blossoming before our eyes. She thrives when she is out with Fred.
Compared to when she first arrived at MPR, Wilma has gained so much confidence in herself. She is very well behaved outside of her kennel and will keep to herself if left alone. She very much prefers being with her pal, Fred. Wilma is very well-rounded. This sweetheart loves to be your right-hand girl and will sit next to you for as long as you’ll pet her. But when she’s with her bestie, Wilma really comes to life and shows her outgoing and playful side. Zoomies with Fred are so fun!
Behavior with people:
An absolute sweetheart. Wilma loves to be pet and get massages. As mentioned, she was a little timid at first, but since she has adjusted to being at the shelter, she is always in good spirits.
Behavior with children:
We don’t know if Wilma has had any experience with children but she's a real sweetheart and very at ease around kids. She can be a little sensitive occasionally so we prefer a home without toddlers. Please keep in mind that since we will adopt her to a home with Fred, two big dogs may not be the best idea for small children. She and Fred love to roughhouse and run around full speed in the yard.
Behavior with other dogs:
Wilma is unbothered by other dogs. She does not bark or cause any trouble with her kennel neighbors. She has only been around Fred to our knowledge and they are a bonded pair 😊 While they love each others and do awesome together, she is a little dominant over him. He takes her attitude in stride. Supervision is a must and triggers, such as toys and food, should always be monitored.
Behavior with other animals:
Wilma is learning basic commands at the shelter with clicker training. She is not a bother at all whether she is by herself or with her counterpart, Fred. This female Flintstones wears herself out after some yard time shared with Fred and is well-behaved when she comes back inside. They would love a big yard to play together. Additionally, Wilma has shown us her athleticism and could be a good candidate for future agility training.
Wilma has completely come out of her shell and we are loving it! She is an absolute sweetheart and a total beauty. She is a sweet, gentle soul when you are one-on-one, but becomes animated and full of life when she’s with Fred. They are such a great pair!
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