Meet Bandit, a black cocker boy. He will turn 4 in December. He came to rescue with a male tri-colored cocker as an owner surrender to this rescue. They belonged to an elderly owner who had to give them up because she is not in good health and is also taking care of her brother who has cancer. The daughter drove them to meet us.
His vet care had been neglected for awhile so he was matted, dirty and needed to be groomed. He is now neutered, has had a dental and is current on shots and necessary vet care. He is heartworm negative and crate trained .He cannot be adopted to any home with children and will do best with just adults who can work with him on how to be a good indoor companion. This is due to aggressive tendencies. He can be with one other passive dog in a home environment but you will need to work with him on things that irritate him, frustrate him or challenge him. He loves toys, running and playing in a fenced yard and he likes balls but doesn't give them up easily. If you are interested in adopting this cocker boy, we can make suggestions on how to help him with his issues and adjusting to a new home.
His adoption fee is: $350.