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Banjo

Status Property Check Pending


Age 10 years
Sex Male
Breed Miniature Poodle
Desexed Yes
Location South Auckland
Donation $200
Good with other pets? Yes with dogs a similar size to himself
Good with kids? Not suitable
ATTENTION POODLE LOVERS .... 

Banjo is a black miniature poodle around 10 years young, an older gentleman recently rescued by Humane Society, who would dearly love to go to his forever home. 

Banjo is the sweetest boy, very well behaved, who gets on well with dogs of a similar size, is very affectionate and loves to be with his human every minute of the day - a typical poodle! 

He loves to play with toys and is particularly partial to a squeaky one he carries around most of the day and night. He would probably enjoy going in the car and off out for walks with his new owners. 

He is ideally suited to an older person or couple, similar in age to what he is, who are at home most of the time. He would not do well being left alone for any length of time. 

He is definitely not suited to a family situation with young children - he came to us from one of the city shelters, so we have no history on him. 

Banjo has been vet-checked, vaccinated, neutered, microchipped and is currently registered so we will ask for a minimum DONATION of $200 towards these costs.  

We would prefer Banjo to remain in the greater Auckland Area.

If you are interested in adopting him, you will need a securely fenced property to keep him contained which a volunteer from the Society will check prior to him being released to his new home. 

You will also need to meet him at our foster home in Waiuku as we WILL NOT send dogs anywhere and must meet all prospective new owners. 

Our aim is to adopt each dog to a compatible owner. The Humane Society reserves the right to decline any dog adoption application at its discretion. 

Please phone or  email for more information.


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How to adopt

If you are interested in adopting this dog, please make sure you read our adoption guidelines, then contact us to arrange a meeting.