Dog Pound Pet of the Week


This brindle little boy is Banjo, a shy, 9-month-old with a very mixed family tree and the Highland County Dog Pound Pet of the Week. Beaten and abandoned, Banjo has had a rough early life, but despite his mistreatment, he is gentle and sweet-natured. A little timid, still, he is willing to accept new people in a very short time and he seems fine with other dogs. Just 30 pounds, Banjo is stylishly slim and runs like a fawn. To meet Banjo, or any of the many good dogs at the pound, make an appointment by calling 937-393-8191.

This brindle little boy is Banjo, a shy, 9-month-old with a very mixed family tree and the Highland County Dog Pound Pet of the Week. Beaten and abandoned, Banjo has had a rough early life, but despite his mistreatment, he is gentle and sweet-natured. A little timid, still, he is willing to accept new people in a very short time and he seems fine with other dogs. Just 30 pounds, Banjo is stylishly slim and runs like a fawn. To meet Banjo, or any of the many good dogs at the pound, make an appointment by calling 937-393-8191.


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This brindle little boy is Banjo, a shy, 9-month-old with a very mixed family tree and the Highland County Dog Pound Pet of the Week. Beaten and abandoned, Banjo has had a rough early life, but despite his mistreatment, he is gentle and sweet-natured. A little timid, still, he is willing to accept new people in a very short time and he seems fine with other dogs. Just 30 pounds, Banjo is stylishly slim and runs like a fawn. To meet Banjo, or any of the many good dogs at the pound, make an appointment by calling 937-393-8191.

This brindle little boy is Banjo, a shy, 9-month-old with a very mixed family tree and the Highland County Dog Pound Pet of the Week. Beaten and abandoned, Banjo has had a rough early life, but despite his mistreatment, he is gentle and sweet-natured. A little timid, still, he is willing to accept new people in a very short time and he seems fine with other dogs. Just 30 pounds, Banjo is stylishly slim and runs like a fawn. To meet Banjo, or any of the many good dogs at the pound, make an appointment by calling 937-393-8191.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2021/08/web1_Banjo3a.jpgThis brindle little boy is Banjo, a shy, 9-month-old with a very mixed family tree and the Highland County Dog Pound Pet of the Week. Beaten and abandoned, Banjo has had a rough early life, but despite his mistreatment, he is gentle and sweet-natured. A little timid, still, he is willing to accept new people in a very short time and he seems fine with other dogs. Just 30 pounds, Banjo is stylishly slim and runs like a fawn. To meet Banjo, or any of the many good dogs at the pound, make an appointment by calling 937-393-8191. Submitted photo