AgeAdult (18 months - 7 years)
SizeLarge (50 - 100 lbs)
Good With Cats?Unknown
Good With Dogs?Unknown Learn More
Do you know what people, sheep ears and ropes have in common?
I’ll tell you.
They are all my favorite things! And the best part is I can play with all three at the same time. Don’t try and tell me that it’s “too many toys at once” because there is no such thing. You can even watch me playing with my rope while laying on my foster dad.
I would love a house with a yard with a secure fence that I cannot climb and that is at least 6 feet tall on all sides; but there are some benefits to being a city dog.
In the city we go on a lot of walks. The best kind of walks are the really long walks. Sometimes I get to walk more than two miles! And I can keep going. I even have my own raincoat, so nothing can slow me down!
On my walks, I’ve met a lot of people and dogs. I love all people, but can be picky about my dog friends. Sometimes I bark to tell the other dogs to stay away, but I’m learning how to be less reactive on leash. I am also learning about all the loud and fast things in the city, like buses and electric scooters on the sidewalk. Sometimes they get too close or too loud which can make me nervous.
I would do best with a human who can keep me calm on walks and help me learn my manners. I’m smart and already learning good leash manners quickly.
At home, when I am not napping, I learn new tricks all the time. So far I’ve learned sit, stay, down, shake, high-five (my favorite), look, touch and go-to-bed. But I don’t really like that last one, I would rather snooze on the couch with you.
I love all people, but can sometimes play too enthusiastically, so a home with older teens (16+) or without kids would be best.
So, what are you waiting for? I’m irresistible and a great snuggler. If that’s what you need in your family — and you and I both know it’s what you need — email and ask about me.
Video: Bandit playing fetch!
Estimated DOB: 4/27/2017
Weight: 52 lbs
To meet Bandit at one of our weekend adoption events or for more information, email Joshualostdogrescue@gmail.com.