What Banjo is looking for:
Patient family to help him with puppy training
Fenced yard for exercise and exploration (no apartments or townhomes)
Active family willing to walk him daily
banjo is currently located in Houston
All About Banjo
It’s impossible to be sad when a lively, happy Banjo is playing in your backyard. This 3 month-old doodle mix plucks an upbeat rhythm with his generous affection, playful antics, and joyful demeanor. Though Doodle Dandy doesn’t know his pedigree, the vet suspects this green-eyed pup is a mix of poodle, Irish wolfhound, and Labrador retriever who will grow up to be a big boy. He may also have a little bit of bunny in him because he hops when chasing his toys or watching his foster kids on the trampoline!Whatever his lineage, Baby Banjo is a loving, loyal dog in tune with his family. His morning routine includes greeting his foster parents with kisses, going potty, and running upstairs to check on the kids. Once he knows everyone is safe and sound, he’s ready for breakfast and playtime.A friendly pup, Banjo gets along with all people, including children. Due to his size and young age, his adopters need to understand how to successfully integrate a puppy into family life with younger children.
Banjo does shed and will need to continue a consistent potty-training schedule in order to master entirely. However, he never has accidents in his crate. He sleeps quietly in his crate at night after a short period of fussing to let you know he’d rather be with you. He’s started leash training with his foster in the backyard. Banjo needs one more round of shots, so he hasn’t been able to take walks yet. Once he’s fully vaccinated, we think he will enjoy all the sights, smells, and sounds of a daily walk! Like all puppies, his owner will need to continue working with him on all aspects of training. Smart and eager to please, he would love someone to help him be his best-behaved self.If you want to add Banjo to your band, fill out an application today!
Banjo’s adoption fee is $600 plus sales he’s current on all HW/Flea preventatives, microchipped. Due to the large breed, the vet suggests he be neutered around nine months of age, which will require commitment in final contract. All adoption fees go toward expenses like medical and food for Doodle Dandy Dogs and help make it possible for us to continue giving amazing pups like Banjo a second chance. If you would like to fill out an application and you are within a 5-hour radius of the DFW area please click on the Adoption Application at the top of this bio!