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Bandit - Border Collie / Mixed (medium coat) Dog For Adoption
Border Collie Mix Dog For Adoption in Houston, TX, USA


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Ad ID: ADN-549306
Times Ad Viewed: 156 times
Date Listed: 05/14/2017
Date Expires: 08 days from now

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Breed: Border Collie-Unknown Mix
Gender: Male Male


Color/Markings: Black with White
Size at Maturity: Medium
Availability Date: 05/14/2017
Location: Houston, TX, 77007
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Tags: Border Collie Mix Dog For Adoption in Houston, TX, USA

Border Collie Mix Dog For Adoption in Houston, TX, USA

Physical Attributes
Eye Color Black
Ear Type Semi-erect
Tail Type Long
Coat Length Medium
Grooming Needs Moderate
Behavioral Characteristics
OK with Kids Yes
OK with Dogs Yes
Activity Level Moderately Active
Additional Information
Was the Dog Found No

Posted Breed: Border Collie / Mixed (medium coat). Meet Bandit! This active little guy sure does catch everyone's eye. Poor Bandit was starved by his previous owners, they played a game where they would withhold food and water from him and now he has some slight resource guarding habits. He did great at our adoption event with about 30 kids ages 4-13 all petting him and giving him love. He rides great in the car but has some hesitation when he sees a car slowly drive by and will bark a few times until they pass. Bandit is crate trained, and we think will be an easy transition for him to be in a home, but for right now he is patiently waiting for his home at a boarding facility. Bandit is submissive with people and will crawl his way towards your lap, but is slightly dominant with other dogs and will try to get them to play with him. He is a gorgeous little guy who will make a great addition to your home! Adoption or foster applications can be found on our website at If you have any questions please contact us at

Border Collie-Unknown Mix.

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