Bandit is an adorable boy with lots of energy and the personality to match! (You can just SEE his personality in his photo yes?) He is sweet, loving, and wow is this guy playful! Bandit loves to romp and play with other dogs, big or small. He adores toys and will readily amuse himself with them. The best way to describe Bandit is an exuberant little guy who just loves life and is happy to express that!
Bandit is going to do best in a home with an active family and another dog for companionship. He would make a GREAT companion for another dog who loves to romp, wrestle, and play. A fenced yard would be ideal for this boy so he can spend lots of time outside with his canine buddy. If your dog is looking for a fun-loving canine sibling, Bandit may just be the one!!
Bandit is a little reserved and wary of new people because he did not get the important early socialization. A hand full of treats and a patient introduction, however, and Bandit will quickly become your best friend. He enjoys calm, gentle children but would not be a good candidate for a home that has young children. We have not tested him with cats but believe because of his terrier nature that he would not be good with them.
Bandit is house-trained and crate-trained.
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