Emmett

Estimated Date of Birth:

Sex:

Breed:

Weight (lbs):

7/11/2020

Male - neutered

Pitbull Terrier Mix

59.3

Dog Friendly:

Cat Friendly:

Adoption Fee:

(plus tax)

Yes

Yes, with slow introductions and monitoring

$

250

Hi, I'm Emmett! I am a sweet boy who loves to be with my people! Initially I am a little unsure and shy as I get to know new people and places, but I am making improvements with my confidence. I enjoy taking walks and do really well with my leash skills - I even do well jogging! I LOVE to play tug-of-war and at times may get a little over excited when playing, but what can I say, I am a strong and fun boy. With guidance I have been learning how to play more appropriately. I am also a great chewer - I have not met a 'stuffy' I can not destroy and I love the challenge. But don't worry, as long as I have chew toys, I will leave your non-chew things alone.
I travel well in the car, am potty trained, and sleep well in my kennel, even though I would LOVE to sleep in the human bed, I do require boundaries just like any other household member to keep me being my best self. I do whine when initally kenneled, but if given a good bone and a few minutes I often settle down. I don't like to be alone, but do not need constant attention, I just like to be in the same room as you.
I completed basic obedience class and was a star student! I am VERY food motivated and am handler focused. I know my basic commands and listen well, especially when actively training. I also attend doggy daycare and have the MOST fun!
I currently live with cats and have been slowly introduced and given boundaries to help me know what is appropriate. We often hang out together but if they run or tease me, I do still get a little excited. I have never shown aggression towards the cats or another dog while in foster care.
I am a GREAT guy who forms a tight bond to my person. If you are willing to be consistent with my training
I am SURE TO PLEASE!

Emmett may not be appropriate for an apartment at this time due to whining when left alone. This may not be an issue if there is another dog in the home to keep him company.