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Estimated Age: 1 Year
Estimated Weight: 60 lbs.
Location: Austin, Texas
Adoption Status: Adopted 2/13
Estimate of Health Status: Great!
Animal Interaction Observations
All interaction between animals should
be supervised at all times
Child Interaction Observations
All interaction between animals and
children should be supervised at all times
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Guess what! I now know how to play ball! My foster Mom and I use two balls. She throws one, and I return it to her, and drop it at her feet when she throws ball #2. I try to make her go get the ball, but she makes me retrieve it and bring it to her if I want to keep playing. I think she is making me do all the work, but that's ok. I still have all the fun! This way, if I don't get two walks a day, I still get plenty of exercise to keep me happy!
Hello, my name is Bandit and I am just a fun loving puppy that just wants someone to love me and play with me! I get along with all of the dogs that I have met recently, however, with smaller dogs, I have to get used to them before I like them, but it doesn't take long for me to realize that they just want to play like I do. I don't really like cats though, I haven't hurt them and I don't really want to eat them, but I think because I really don't know what they are, all I do is bark at them and chase them.
I have so much energy that my foster mom and dad, walk me anywhere from 2 to 3 miles, two or three times a day. I have played with my foster brother and sisters a little. I do love to play. I love to play ball. I don't always bring the ball back to my foster mom, but I try to remember that is what I am supposed to do.
I am just ready for my forever family, won't you come over, meet me, play with me, and adopt me into your family?
NOTE: In our experience many German Shepherd Dogs are very good with kids. In our bios, we may provide information on our experience with a particular dog and children. However AGSDR discourages ALL unsupervised animal/child interaction. Children should be supervised at all times when they interact with ANY animal, whether it is a horse, dog, cat, bunny, lizard, or any other species. Even loving household pets can have a grumpy day, or otherwise get tired of a child's attention, so proper supervision is essential for the well being of any child and any pet.
The entire biography of this dog is based solely upon our volunteers' experiences with the dog. The dog's age and weight are estimates, and statements about the health, temperament, training, and ability to get along with other animals, children, cats and other dogs, are estimated solely based on our volunteer's experiences with this dog. Your experiences with this dog may be quite different than those of our volunteers.