Dog Details

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Robin - foster fail
American Pit Bull Terrier / Labrador Retriever / Mixed (short coat)
Medium Adult Female

Available for Adoption

Pet ID # 22-0577

Minneapolis, MN

Organization Contact Info: Underdog Rescue MN P.O. Box 16453 St. Louis Park, MN 55416 inquiries@underdogrescuemn.com https://www.underdogrescuemn.com

About Robin - foster fail

  • DOB: 7/1/2019
  • Weight: 40.0 Pounds
  • Physical Fence Required: Not Required
  • Housetrained: Yes
  • Obedience Training Needed: Needs Training
  • Exercise Needs: Moderate
  • Shedding Amount: Moderate
  • Grooming Needs: Not Required
  • Owner Experience Needed: None
  • Reaction to New People: Friendly
  • Activity level: Moderately Active
  • Requires Another Dog in the Home?: No
  • Good with Other Dogs?: Yes
  • Good with Cats?: Unknown
  • Good with Kids?: Yes

Compatibility Qualities

  • Good with Dogs
  • Good with Kids

More about Robin - foster fail

  • Somewhat vocal
  • Requires a yard
  • Cratetrained
  • Likes to play with toys
  • Playful
  • Affectionate
  • Eager To Please
  • Intelligent
  • Goofy

Paws

  • DOB: 07/01/2019
  • Requires another dog in home: No
  • Okay with dogs of all sizes: Yes
  • Okay with cats: Unknown
  • Okay with children under 12 years old: Yes
  • Weight: 37 lbs
  • Requires a fenced yard:  No
  • Note: dogs must always be leashed whenever outside of a contained area. Invisible/ underground fencing is not recommended for most rescue dogs.

Looking for a friend to go on adventures with you! Then we can be besties! I’m Robin, a happy and active girl.

I am so excited to start looking for my forever family – the awesome people that are fostering me said that you will be getting a gem! My favorite things to do are playing with the other dogs in the yard, chewing on toys and being with my people! I also know how to take a good snooze after we go on adventures. Food I am currently thriving on is Nature’s Logic Distinction.

I am a quick study and am both crate and potty trained. Foster Mom said that I only had accidents when she wasn’t paying attention to me – but with a good routine I am a house training champion!  I am crate trained and I only bark in there when the other dogs aren’t in the same room as I am. Well gee, who wouldn’t bark if they couldn’t see what’s going on with their new friends.  If I can see them, I am calm and quiet in my crate.  I like kids, especially the ones who like to play.  I also like all dog friendly dogs….  I don’t care if they are big or little. I especially love them if they want to play with me. I came to rescue in desperate need for surgery,  I have now had surgery on both legs to repair my torn ACLs but I am now good as new and ready to party!

I don't need a fenced yard, but I’m still learning to walk nicely on a leash, sometimes I pull, but we are working on it. Having a fenced yard would be great for playing, but if you take me on walks and adventures, we could have fun that way, too! What would be even better is another active dog in the home so I have someone to play with – and it would be great to have another dog to help me get on a routine and show me more of those adult dog skills. Although it is not required, that would be fun!  I am a quick study so know that if we went to school together I would be a super star. I already know commands for sit, stay, come and go potty, and I bet by the time you read this I will know even more!  

I am hoping my forever home has two more things that are important to me.  First, I really do enjoy treats.  In fact, I don’t think I have ever been offered a treat I didn’t like!  Second, I really enjoy playing with dog toys. I like lots of different toys, but I think the tug toys might be my favorite.

So if you are looking for a girl who likes to play and be active and then cuddle and snuggle up for a nap, I think I might be your gal!  Just fill out that application now so that we can meet each other soon.

We’re gonna love each other! Love Robin

Please note that some of our dogs are obtained from shelters, surrendered to our care, or released from breeders.  Each animal's bio is based on our experience of the animal within our care, an educated guess based on physical characteristics, temperament and information shared. Some of the animals come from situations where they are lacking experience in a home and confidence in humans. In turn, they require another companion dog and/or a fenced in yard in their forever home in order for them to feel safe. If you are interested in a  particular dog whose bio states those needs and do not currently have them, please understand that your home might not be the right fit.  Please use the filter on our Adoptable Dogs page to find the perfect match for your home.  
 
 

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