Hi! My name is

Bandit

I have an Adoption Application Pending!

AARCS ID
A44245811

SEX
Male

BREED
Akita/Great Pyrenees/Mix

SIZE
Large

Date of Birth
May 3, 2015

Located In
Calgary

About Bandit

“Hi, my name is Bandit! I am a very good, gentle boy. I am very quiet and easy going and I love going on walks and playing tag with my foster mom’s. I am a sucker for a good scratch behind my ear.” – xo, Bandit

Bandit is an adult dog who is looking for his forever home. His ideal home would be one that can walk him regularly and let him hang out in a fenced yard. He is very sweet and cautious of his surroundings. He really likes to be in his owners’ presence even without getting attention. Bandit loves to hang out in the yard and watch things go by but never chases or barks. He is always to content to people watch and is calm around other dogs. He would love a quieter, low key home to match his personality. Bandit has previously been uncomfortable around certain dogs, and as he is a chill dude, we think he would do best in a home with calm dogs such as himself or he would be just as happy as the only pet.

Bandit is becoming very comfortable in the house and will reliably do his business outside. He is also getting used to being left alone and sleeping in his crate at night. He will come on command from the backyard but other commands are still a work in progress. He would be a great candidate for an obedience class, where he can learn the basics with his new family. As he was initially vocal when left alone, apartments may not be the best place for him at this time though he is getting better at this.

This calm, sweet boy would benefit from living in a home with a backyard and a family that could give him the attention he needs.

Come meet Bandit today! A cool dude looking to chill with you!

Good with Cats?

Not recommended

Good with Dogs?

Prefers Calmer Dogs

Good with Kids?

Yes, Good with Kids

Do I Need Special Care?

Yes, Medical Special Needs - Bandit had a previous fracture to his leg that means he will sometimes walk with a limp. At this time it does not cause him much discomfort and can be managed with some long term pain medications and joint supplements.

Adoption Application