Banjo is a very sweet and loving little guy! He was rescued from a South Central Los Angles school ground after being trapped and harassed for 2 weeks by the children.
Banjo is still very shy and will need a patient family that will give him space to get to feel comfortable! He is a VERY loving dog who is very gentle. He is very dog friendly and loves the company of other dogs. He currently lives with a pack of 5 dogs of all ages and is respectful to the tiny seniors he resides with. He would do great in a home that already has dogs or kids to play with.
Banjo knows basic commands, walks very well on a leash and is very treat motivated! He is potty trained to go outside, but does need sheduled pee breaks as he is still a young dog.
Banjo is about 14 months old & 19lb, is up to date on shots and neutered!
Please contact us DIRECTLY using the instructions below if you are interested in fostering or adopting one of our Waggytails! Visit our website (www.waggytailrescue.org) for an adoption or foster application. It is important to fill out an application as soon as possible for consideration, and we require a complete application for you to meet an animal. Simply attach your completed application to an email with the dog's name in the title, and send to:
PLEASE NOTE: Dogs marked "Adoption Pending" have an approved adoption application on file and are awaiting final approval. Please check back in a few days to see if they are still available!
We understand you may have questions but the fastest way to get answers is to fill out the application and the foster parent can answer any questions you may have!
Waggytail Rescue CAN NOT guarantee the final size of any of our puppies! If you are concerned about the size of your adopted dog, please consider adopting one of our adults who need you!
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