already neutered, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and not good with cats.
I am already neutered, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and not good with cats.
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Please contact Julie for more information about this pet.Bandit update 1/18/2017 Bandit is now able to go potty on his own so that is a good thing. He even tries to use one of his back legs. He is still on kennel rest.
1/5/2017 Bandit had a back issue on Dec 24th. His foster mom, Julie, got him into the vet right away, they kept him overnight, gave him pain injections and sent him home on Christmas Eve. Unfortunately Bandit was completely down in a matter of hours, he had no deep pain in his back feet so we will do kennel rest and meds for now and see where we go with therapies etc as he doesn't appear to be a surgical candidate. Please keep Bandit in your thoughts and prayers. We will keep everyone updated as far as his progress and if he ends up needing a cart.
Hello - my name is Bandit. My mom loved me very much, but she couldn't keep me any more. She asked DDR to find me a wonderful home and they said they will. My foster mom says I am the sweetest boy ever. I love everyone - adults and kids - anyone that wants to give me attention and love I am fine with that. I really love to be with you, but I don't complain if you have a few things to do. I will wait quietly for you to pay attention to me. Please come to meet me. I am very active and you will never know I am 12.
My name is Bandit and I weigh about 12 pounds. I am 12 years old and my adoption fee is $175 plus tax of $7.88 for a total of $182.88.
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