• Banjo
  • Mixed Breed
  • 1 year old
  • Male



Weight (approx): 65 lbs

Energy: Medium

Children:   Yes. Banjo has done well whenever he has been around children while in care and interacts well with children while on walks.

Dogs: I am very friendly with other dogs but on walks I will pull and whine wanting to meet other dogs

Cats:   Unknown as he has had no direct experience with cats while in care; However, Banjo does exhibit prowling behaviours while on walks

Health Notes:   Banjo came into care as a transfer from Parkland county. While in care Banjo started having seizures. After many tests and vet visits it was discovered that he has idiopathic epilepsy. His epilepsy is now under control with medications. It will be expected that his new owners continue with his epilepsy medications. Now that his health has been taken care of he is a happy go lucky dog! He is neutered and microchipped, He is up to date with his antiparastics and bordatella. He has had is DACPP and rabies vaccinations.

Ideal Home: Banjo is an amazingly lovable dog. He likes nothing more than to follow his humans around all day and show his love through endless wet kisses. For his age, he is very mature/chill and happily lies around during the day. 

Banjo would love a yard, he enjoys just lazing away the day in the grass, playing fetch and curling up in his 'dirt bed'.  Banjo would likely prefer to have a dog sibling as he loves other dogs, this would be especially so if he is going to spend extended periods of time at home without his humans. Banjo loves people and would do best in a home where he gets lots of time with his humans. Banjo does best when kept on a routine, with proper exercise, in managing stress/seizure triggers. Banjo needs a home with adopters who are willing to work with him and provide medication to manage his epilepsy.







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