Bandit takes to life on road in Nimbin

TAKE HIM HOME: Bandit in The Doughouse.
TAKE HIM HOME: Bandit in The Doughouse.

BANDIT is a bit of a mystery. The young outlaw was found out at Nimbin Road but that's literally all Lismore City Council Rangers can tell us about the two-year-old make kelpie.

Perhaps his upbringing on the streets has made him the man he is today. He is an absolute ripper of a dog with an affectionate, fun side and bright as a button.

The Rangers say he is one of the nicest dogs they have ever had at the Lismore Pound.

"Bandit is trained really well, and he is just a great dog... I'd take him home if I didn't already have one," Ranger Russell Davis said.

"He loves to come and jump up on our lap when we're at the computer, but he does it in such a lovely way. He is actually really well trained and he knows he shouldn't be doing it. He's the most polite little outlaw we've ever had."

Bandit would cost $190.50 to adopt and would come microchipped, desexed, registered, wormed, vaccinated and vet-checked.

If you'd like to meet him, call Lismore City Council on 1300 87 83 87.

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