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Robin

Pit Bull Terrier

Nevins Farm
Male
9 Months

Meet Robin

This handsome, young boy is definitely a work in progress. Robin is 8 months old and currently weighs 52 pounds. His many attributes include being very smart, lots of energy and a great adventure buddy. Because he is extremely energetic and still working on some much needed manners, Robin will need an adopter that is totally committed to long term positive training which include classes as well as in the home. Robin may look like an adult, but is still very much in puppy mode especially in the home, so his adopter will need to have the flexibility to tweak his training plan as the need arises. Robin is an enthusiastic learner, but will need lots of exercise/playtime to burn off that energy, which will help him focus on training. When he feels settled, he will be a great snuggle friend. This boy enjoys playing with other dogs and should have a good buddy that does not live in the home. He will most likely be able to live with another dog in a few years, but for now he should be the only resident dog in order to work on maturing into the best boy. The same applies to a cat friend, maybe in the future, but not now. Teens that can be committed to keeping Robins training plan consistent, will be considered. The shelter staff is very committed to finding the best home for this good boy and providing additional support to his adopters as needed, to make sure he is successful in the home. If you think you are a good fit and would like to learn more, please fill out the form in the link below.

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Robin

Pit Bull Terrier

Nevins Farm
Male
9 Months

Robin

Pit Bull Terrier

Nevins Farm
Male
9 Months
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