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In shelter Dog

Philadelphia, PA, 19125
Pet name:
Yellow Labrador Retriever
White / Cream
Bandit is a 7 month old, 33 lb gorgeous boy. 

He was found as a stray and stayed in a local kill shelter where they only have 3 kennels and euthanasia can be high. 

Bandit is now safe in a foster home and thriving!!

Bandit has been around a bunch of different dogs and loves all of them! The foster mom said this:

I think he would be okay with cats. He did well with my young daughter and her friends and younger brother about 10 years old. He’s gonna be a good dog. He warmed up to Danny fast (her husband) I think a calmer other dog would be good. He really wants love and lots of attention and would be a wonderful couch buddy and snuggler.

All adoption fees include spay/neuter, current negative hw test if old enough, current vaccines including rabies, parvo/distemper, bordatella, current heart worm and flea/tick preventions, lifetime registered microchip, 2 dewormers and transport costs from Texas to the East Coast. 


To adopt fill out an application at: under ADOPT 

We process applications as first come, first serve so we suggest you fill out an application as soon as possible as we can receive quite a few per animal.

If you submit an inquiry that questions something answered in this bio, we will not respond due to high volume of inquiries. 

ALL OF OUR ANIMALS ARE LOCATED IN SOUTH TEXAS. They are posted in areas where we transport to ONCE ADOPTED. 

95% of our animals are pre adopted prior to transport, if you want to do a meet and greet with an animal in person we suggest going to a local shelter as we probably will not be able to offer that.

Once approved though us, we will put you in contact with the foster family that has your animal to learn more about them! 

We transport every 3 weeks, so if youre looking for an animal for around then, please keep an eye out! Our next transport leaves September 30th

Application turn around is usually about 1-3 days max, if not sooner. After you submit an application and want to send additional information or pictures of current animals/past ones in a separate email, we love that and it always helps your chances :)


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