DOB: August 2014
Hi! My name is Trubby and I am a 1-1/2 year old Pit Bull mix! I love to play with foster moms other dogs, play fetch, go for walks, and play in water (mud is even better!) I am good at entertaining myself by throwing toys up in the air and chasing them. I also love to cuddle with my people, give kisses, take baths, and get my nails done! New places, people and new dogs are scary to me! I am being conditioned to not feel threatened by these things but it takes time and patience. I did not have a lot of guidance or exposure to new people and things in my previous environment. I am really a happy go lucky guy once I get to know you and your pets! I really get upset with screaming, crying and kids running around. I prefer older children who are a bit more calm, so I'm looking for a home with children who are 16 or older. I am food motivated, HIGHLY intelligent, and aim to please! I need a 5' fenced in yard cause when I am excited I can jump high! I will give you lots of love and enjoyment if you are willing to spend some time to get to know me! I am house and crate trained and can be left out loose in the house during the night. I am beginning to have short periods of daytime out of the crate left alone. So far I have been pretty good about being respectful of the home.
Please check out my videos here: https://youtu.be/dHGwVxNjsNc
*In order to be considered to adopt this specific dog through GRASP, you must have a fully fenced in yard.
My adoption fee includes neutering, distemper, rabies and bordetella vaccinations, heartworm test and microchip. MY ADOPTION FEE WILL BE WAIVED FOR AN APPROVED APPLICANT.
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