BANDIT – A1060579
BANDIT – A1060579
**SAFER: AVERAGE HOME**
MALE, BR BRINDLE / BLACK, AM PIT BULL TER MIX, 9 mos
STRAY – STRAY WAIT, NO HOLD Reason STRAY
Intake condition INJ MINOR Intake Date 12/14/2015, From NY 11435, DueOut Date 12/17/2015,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary Microchip:Scan negative Sex:Intact male Age:9 months of age. Mentation:Good Eyes:Relaxed Ears:Floppy/Down Nose:Moist Teeth:Good If abnormal BCS:N/A Skin:Good Hair Coat:Good Declawed:N/A Any injuries:Has a Possibly infected paw vs other. sore/wound with discharge coming from region(none painful when palpated). Has a old sore on thigh region. On R pad of hind foot has a old sore as well. Behavior: Medication:N/A Nosf
A volunteer writes: It’s simply impossible to capture the majesty and puppy waddle that is Bandit! Stunningly gorgeous, his coat gleams with good care, and he has that puppy waddle as we walk that you can’t help but smile at. It’s like that gangly teenager who isn’t quite comfortable with himself yet. He’s housetrained, and he sits as soon as the camera is pointed at him which tells me he is used to tons of pictures being taken. No surprise as he’s gorgeous and my camera doesn’t do him justice at all. He also sits as soon as he knows he’s getting a treat! His leash manners are lovely, he’s friendly and easy which is all reflected in his wonderful behavior assessment indicating he’ll be a good fit in most homes. Bandit has some growing to do, he has that schmushy extra puppy fur just waiting to fill out. In play group he engages in energetic play with both males and females. Calm, gentle, affectionate and so easy to be with, this gorgeous boy is looking for a new family to hang out with. Looking for love, exercise, playtime and snuggles, Bandit invites you to come meet him today.
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