Bandit is a beautiful little guy with red ticking and Cleopatra eyes. It's clear that his past has traumatized him a bit. He is newly arrived from the shelter (a terrifying place for a dog) and a bit nervous with the changes in his life. He is starting to warm up to his foster mom, but steers clear of the other dogs in his temporary foster home. It's usually the other way around. We would prefer to place Bandit in a home where he wouldn't have to share the love. We would also hesitate to place him in a home with young children who's boistrousness and sudden quick movements would stress him.
Bandit is diabetic. His diabetes is well controlled, and it is inexpensive to treat, but he needs to be in a home where his medical needs will not go untended.
Bandit is a very sweet little boy whom we think will be a wonderful pet once he realizes that he no longer has anything to fear and he relaxes. He is not an instant pet, though, and will need loving patience as he learns to be a housepet.