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Meet Bandit!

Item ID#:4033242Location:
New Berlin,
Seller ID#:1325861 Views:
Additional Info: Name: Bandit. Born: February 11 2016. Sex: Male.

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Say hello to Bandit! He is a Pomsky. His mother is an AKC registered Siberian Husky and his father is a CKC registered Pomeranian. Bandit himself is CKC registerable but not AKC, as the AKC does not recognize the Pomsky as an "official" breed of dog. He is almost 6 months old and he is a very happy, playful puppy! He absolutely loves people and loves to play fetch, when fully grown and trained I could easily see him being the kind of dog you could take to the park and play frisbee or any sort of throw & catch game with!

Bandit is housetrained and has an extremely pleasant demeanor. He gets along with everybody, especially kids. He is not a barker and except for an occasional bark when he's happily playing with a toy or when he thinks and intruder is invading his space, or when your not playing enough with him; your neighbors will certainly not complain!

I do have medical records from the breeder that I bought him from and I also have a record of the vet visit that I took him to after I bought him. He is up-to-date on his shots and his flea and tick medication but will need a few more puppy shots over the coming months. His front paws have had the dewclaws removed but he still has them on his back paws. Bandit is a fantastic dog that would probably do best in a family with young children given his playful nature, his size, and his cute look.

The unfortunate reason I am looking to find Bandit a new home is my cat does not like living with a dog and since my cat has bonded with me over the two years I've had him and it wouldnot be fair to choose the new dog over the cat.

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