Hello, my name is Bandit, I am an orange and white 46-pound one and a half year-old neutered male. HW neg, UTD on vaccines and one fantastic boy. I am on HW Prevention, which is a must!!!!
My foster mom told me I am one of the best foster dogs she has ever had. I am very well behaved. I am house broken, I am kennel trained, dog friendly and I would love to have a friend. I love both females or males. I am cat friendly but I get excited when I see one, and that scares the kitty. I do have one kitty friend, but she is old and does not want to play with me. I walk on a leash, and I love my 5-foot fenced yard.
I am not a hunter. I don’t like loud noises. I have not yet learned to stay 4 feet from the front door. My foster mom is trying to make me stay, but I can’t help it. If I get out I don’t hear my own name. I run into the street and I don’t pay attention to the dangers I have no clue about. My foster mom was very upset because she could not catch me. I got out and they do not have a fence in the front yard. I just kept running and running. I love water too. I am young and have lots of love to give to my forever home. I love everybody. They have ducks and chickens here and even a horse. I have never seen a horse before. He is on the other side of the fence and not in my yard.
My request is, I want a wonderful family to love me, a yard that has a 6-foot fence (not IF), a playmate that would love to play with me, cuddles, cookies and all the spoiling you can give me.
If you are interested in adopting me, please visit www.NBRAN.org to complete an adoption application. Contact Nancy Walker at email@example.com and/or Melinde Waddle at firstname.lastname@example.org . for more information after you have filled out the application. The fee to adopt Bandit in Texas is $375 to offset his vetting and to allow NBRAN to rescue more of these wonderful pets. Transportation can be arranged up 1400 miles with the adopter being responsible for the last 100 miles.
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