Menu
Community

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.

Topics:  lismore city council


Stay Connected

Update your news preferences and get the latest news delivered to your inbox.

Artists create spaces on safari at Artstate

CHECK IT OUT: Art Safari trail map of Installations, musical performances, workshops and exhibitions taking part in newly activated Lismore CBD shop spaces to coincide with ARTSTATE 2017.

Artists create spaces on safari at Artstate

Sustainability, imagine that

Dr Airdre Grant at Classic Wallabies versus Barbarians in Lismore.

Sustainability, imagine that

Leading women get recognition

Lismore MP Thomas George, Austin Curtin and his wife with NSW Nationals' leader John Balilaro, on Saturday.

Leading women get recognition

Local Partners