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Sputnik Monroe

Sex: Male

ID Number: 6140

Breed: Pit Bull Terrier / Hound / Mixed (short coat)

Age: 6 Months (Birthdate: 11/3/2021)

Size: (Large)

Other: Neutered, Vaccinations current, Microchip

Housetrained: No

Exercise: Moderate Exercise Needed

Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor Only

New People: Cautious

Dog Friendly: Yes

Cat Friendly: Yes

Adoption Fee: $250

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Name: Sputnik Monroe
Size: (Once fully grown) ~Large range: 61-100 lbs 
Adoption Donation:  $250 (applicable sales tax included).  Adoption fees may be paid by cash or check.  
Other:   Neutered Male, Vaccinations current, Microchip, needs a dog buddy, dog-savvy cats only


Sputnik Monroe is a little cutie looking for his forever home to take extra good care of him!


Foster Home Feedback 

4/25/2022 Foster Feedback: Meet Sputnik Monroe! Just like the wrestler he was named after, Sputnik pretends to be the tough guy, but he's really a good boy at heart! Sputnik Monroe came to us as an unsocialized little 11-week-old little puppy with "puppy strangles." After a couple of months of meds and multiple vet visits, he was finally cleared to get vaccinated, get neutered, and now he's finally ready to find his forever home!

Sputnik Monroe is a sweet, snuggly puppy with my boyfriend and me, but he is quite fearful of strangers and will bark at them when first introduced. And he will bark LOUDLY, as he has a very big bark for a little 40 lb puppy! We are working with him to realize that strangers aren't so bad, especially when they have cheese or jerky treats! His adopters will need to be prepared to both win him over and also to continue working with him to help him realize the world isn't such a scary place! 

Sputnik lives with a medium-sized, middle-aged dog and they love to wrestle and play tug. I think Sputz would do best with another dog buddy to help him be more comfortable and confident in a new home. And while Sputnik Monroe loves to play hard, he also loves to cuddle up to watch tv or take a snooze. 

Sputnik Monroe also lives with cats and would do fine living with dog-savvy cats that aren't afraid of putting him in his place when he gets a little too much in their space from time to time. The first time he got a swat from one of our cats, he cried and jumped up into his foster dad's lap while he was working and stayed there for hours. Now he knows better than to try to push that cat's buttons. 

We do live in a condo, but I don't feel like it is an ideal living situation for him due to his loud bark and apprehension toward strangers. His ideal home would be quieter and have no shared walls, hallways, or stairwells. I'm sure he would love a fenced yard, but he does walk pretty well on a leash, as we generally walk about 2 miles a day if the weather is even remotely decent. We use these walks to work on meeting strangers on the sidewalks and reinforcing calm behavior with treats and praise. 

Sputnik sleeps in his kennel at night and goes in readily with 3 little treats and sleeps through the night without issue. In fact, he doesn't usually want to come out when I get up in the morning for work. He'd rather sleep another hour or two, as would I. We have let him sleep in bed with us on occasion as well, and he sleeps well that way also. His foster dad works from home, so he is rarely kennelled during the day and if he is it's generally for short durations and he seems to do fine with a frozen kong of canned puppy food and peanut butter. 

Potty training has been rough, as it was bitterly cold and he was on steroids that made him drink more water, and therefore pee more, than the average puppy, for the first few months we had him. But now he's doing much better and is down to just one accident a day, which is generally a #2, as he tends to think he can't poop outside if it's raining, snowing, or incredibly windy. Hopefully, he'll soon accept that this is life in the midwest and the sooner he poops, the sooner he can come back inside.

All in all, Sputnik is a great pup and we love him dearly! If you are patient and willing to work with him on slow intros to new people, then he will make a great addition to your life. He will probably bark at you at the first meeting, but you will soon get to see the goofy, sweet, and snuggly pup that we know and love!

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